The foreign trade underwear
factory teaches you how to identify foreign trade underwear. First, the button of the clothes button 'the wrong version' is also one of the signs of 'good goods'. Big brands will strictly control the import and export of raw materials because of fear of 'piracy.' After placing the order, they provide the manufacturers with fabrics, buttons, zippers and other accessories according to the production quantity. Taking into account the production scrap rate, the foreign trade underwear factory will definitely get a little more fabric than expected, but the supporting accessories will not be so much. After finishing the order, foreign trade underwear factories usually have leftover fabrics and run out of buttons. At this time, some manufacturers 'waste utilizationAlthough the details of this batch of clothes are rough, the main materials are crisp, and they are also rare 'extreme products' in foreign trade goods. 2. Seams, parquets, zipper color striped shirts, and large-flowered fabric skirts are the most test of the workmanship of foreign trade underwear factories. Hand-made exquisite clothes, the direction of the color strips, and the pattern arrangement will be arranged in advance. On the shoulders, cuffs, and waist joints of the clothes, the strips of the same color on the left and right sides are just aligned, and the direction is the same; each petal of the flower is embedded 'seamlessly' to make a complete flower. Such an approach not only requires thorough design in advance, but also a waste of fabrics. Some high-grade ready-to-wear fabrics will not have repeated patterns within 1 meter. It is conceivable that how much material is wasted to make a flower. 3. Cut the cards Don’t believe the boss’s so-called “cut cards”. The kind of small holes and corners on the signs that are not painful or itchy are all “gimmicks” to coax laypersons. The 'cut-brand goods' that are really forced to be destroyed will never show mercy if they go down with a pair of scissors. Either cut the crescent shape and cut out all the words on the trademark; or the trademark was 'uprootedI can't make you recognize it anyway. 4. Packaging We know that since it is a domestic enterprise only a foreign trade underwear factory, many well-known underwear brands will strictly control packaging. Anyone who has worked in an export company knows that, many times, the exported products are simply packaged and only refined packaging is carried out when they arrive abroad. Therefore, foreign trade underwear rarely has refined packaging. Fifth, the fabric really determines the quality of a 'foreign tradeLet's just say the BCBG black pleated camisole that was everywhere this year. The 3,150 yuan piece hanging in the store is light and soft, and it is held in your hand as if holding a cloud. The one in Sijiqingli, which has the same style and is also made of silk, is priced at only 135 yuan, which is soft and handy at first glance, but compared with the real one, it has a taste of georgette. A good fabric is to be soft and comfortable without losing your muscles and bones. For example, high-count pure cotton has a thick texture and is not easy to deform after washing it several times; a good coat fabric has a vague luster and will not pilling after rubbing it a few times; down jackets should be soft with tentacles and no feather stalks can be touched. There are also anti-drilling compartments. 'If the same style is available in a specialty store, it's best to take a bit of thought and compare them one by one. This is the highest level of identifying foreign trade surplus goods! Maybe you can really find exactly the same one in a small store!'
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