1. Cotton fabric: the advantages are comfortable, breathable, soft, warm, anti-allergic, and easy to clean; the disadvantages are that it is easy to wrinkle, shrink, deform, and fade.
2. Hemp fabric: the advantage is natural fabric, comfortable, light and breathable; the disadvantage is: easy to wrinkle and poor elasticity.
3. Wool fabric: the advantages are light weight, softness, warmth, wrinkle resistance, dirt resistance, and not easy to leg color; the disadvantage is that it is prone to insects, can only be dry cleaned, and the cost is high.
4. Silk fabrics: the advantages are good luster, bright colors, light and soft, good hygroscopicity; the disadvantages are shrinkage, easy to wrinkle, easy to fade after washing and need to be ironed.
5. Polyester fabric: the advantages are high strength, good elasticity, wrinkle resistance, corrosion resistance, strong silk-like feeling, and bright luster; the disadvantages are that it is not soft enough, poor air permeability, easy to generate static electricity, and difficult to dye.
6. Nylon fabric: Nylon, also known as nylon, has the advantage of particularly good wear resistance, and is often blended with wool to enhance its fastness; the disadvantage is that it has poor air permeability and is prone to static electricity.
7. Cotton and linen fabrics: the advantage is that it is relatively soft, has the advantages of both cotton and linen, and has a strong texture; the disadvantage is that it is not wrinkle-resistant and easy to fade.