Fashion 69 | How to recognize poor vs. good quality in clothes (in 5 points) | Justine Leconte
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How to recognize poor vs. good quality in clothes (in 5 points) | Justine Leconte

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How to recognize poor vs. good quality in clothes (in 5 points) | Justine Leconte



This video explains how to spot (cheap) bad quality clothing and what high quality would look like. You don’t need to be a fashion designer to learn how to recognize poor quality!
I tackle the following 5 points:
– Good fit / Good cut
– Colors / Dyeing
– Prints / Appliqués / Jacquards
– Fabrics / fibers
– Sewing quality / Stitching / Threads

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FIBERS MENTIONED

– The core 4 natural ones: cotton, silk, linen and wool.
– The “new” natural ones (with better properties, derived from natural materials): modal (better than cotton), viscose (made from wood), tencel (made from bamboo).
– The most common synthetic ones: acetate (this one is old and not breathable, stay away!), rayon (a substitute for silk), nylon, acrylic (a substitute for wool), polyamid, elathane (great to make e.g. a cotton fabric or denim fabric bounce back after you have moved!)

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37 Comments
  • Justine Leconte officiel
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Hi there! Now that you saw my failed purchases from the past (sigh), what are yours?? 🙂

  • diamond Tran
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    thanks so much <3

  • Wing N.
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    wow that was a really informative video! thank you!

  • S Holdsworth
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Thank you Justine, this a brilliant channel!

  • Chinagirl 3343
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    This is helpful to a clothing lover like me. Thank you

  • miamivicepastels83
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    informative

  • dgmojojojo
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Super informative. You just won a subscriber. Very informative and information packed almost like a class subject

  • LadyLucyla
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Until now I though viscose was synthetic because…. it sounded like one so i was scared to buy viscose tops due to my not really happy memories with synthetic fabrics.
    This knowledge will change my life

  • Muki Zuki77
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Very good video but WHERE can I buy good quality fashion ??

  • LethalBlueStar
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I've shown your videos to my friend and we agreed that buying good quality clothing is a better option… but here's a question: where? What are some of the brands or manufacturers you'd recommend? Sometimes, even a name that used to stand for quality ends up being so commercialized that a consumer is paying for the name more than actual quality. We've gone over what's available to us in Slovenia and Austria, and concluded there's very few options, and even those usually have styles that don't fit us. I don't mind paying more for a piece of clothing if I can be sure it will stay the way it's meant to even after wear and wash, but I really haven't a clue and I've sometimes paid more only to still have to contend with things that were just not made to last.

  • Maria Perez
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Thank you so much ! Now I know I'm not crazy. my boyfriend thought I was crazy for spending good money on clothes and that i was picky, because i pay attention to fabric , stitching etc. I have gotten to the point that I just want to make my own clothes and underwear. Even asked my mom for a sweing machine for my birthday .
    I have even saved a bunch if my grate grandmother's clothes that are amazing so when I get my machine fit it to my size.

  • Bosh Babe
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Great video! Very useful!

  • Tatiana Aragão
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Thirty seconds have passed and I need to know: which nail varnish are you using? Lovely colour!

  • Baily Brittany McDaniel
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Thank you for this. I learned so much! ?

  • Clara Maria Garcia
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Hi Justine! Is it possible that some cotton garments don't shrink right away but with time? I have several shirts that now look significantly shorter than when I first bought them, years ago, so that made me wonder. Thanks for this video, it's very informative!

  • Siska Strakova
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Jeeeeeeej! This helped me a lot! Thank you so much! Love from Slovakia <3

  • Denise Jackson
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Excellent video! Thank you! <3

  • Elise Hanson
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Fantastic video, @JustineLeconteofficiel ! Chalk full of tons of little gems to consider when shopping, and keeping a collection all around! 🙂

    You also have an incredible collection of clothes you showed, and I kinda can't believe there's more posts about that a little 😉 out of curiosity (and I hope you don't mind me asking, where did you get your skirt at 8:44? It's magnificent and so futuristic 😀

  • Frederick Kahrs
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I may be incorrect. I often am. But I would love to hear opinions. I learn by listening. Rayon is wood fiber, no? With some synthetic elements. It actually, in my experience baths quite wee and hangs well. Am I mistaken?

  • sweetplum
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Randomly found this video! Very well done, thank you for the info!

  • Elise Marette
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Your videos always provide me with excellent information! Many thanks for providing above and beyond what you say you will! Keep it up!

  • LethalBlueStar
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I really like this! Thank you!

  • Sara A.
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    i need you to come shopping for me ??

  • Locmele
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    very good examples, thank you for the video 🙂

  • Virginie K
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    To me viscose and rayon are same. Hate both. Shrinks, loses shapes, and creases. This is a really cheap fabric so companies make a ton of money on this, but I end up throwing it out because it's just horrible. 🙁 I prefer cotton and modal. Thanks for the video.

  • emilytchuu
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Are you french ? because you have a french accent

  • erob65
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I hate when I find a beautiful dress but it's lined with acetate. I can't buy it because the lining is so uncomfortable.

  • L RX
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    this is actually super useful! i never thought about these things and would generally use intuition for selecting garments. so glad i found your channel 🙂

  • Illyés Izabella
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I frekin love you! You made me aware of so many things, changed my whole view on stuff I buy/consumerism. Your videos are high quality, easy to understand and very very useful. Keep up the great work you do, you are a true professional! 🙂

  • Jaime Micelotti
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I just discovered your channel yesterday. You are very informative.

  • Nipzche
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    This is so helpful! Thanks!

  • Arti
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I enjoyed this. In Britain, it's getting harder and harder to buy cotton, linen or wool clothing. Everything is now polyester or nylon blends. I used to love the White Stuff because a lot of their clothes were natural fibres. Now, most of their clothes are 50% polyester or nylon or acrylic. I don't like the feel of them on my skin.

  • qarina
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I accidentally clicked on one of ur videos today and now having a full marathon ? really like ur videos… have SUBSCRIBED…tc

  • Mare Graphix
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I could listen to you all day long!

  • Johanne Jørlo
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    Wow, this was amazing!

  • Mung Sze Cheng
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    I m surprised u did not talk about the most easily found for comparing good n bad quality garment: if the the garment is symmetric.

    It is highly requested to have both length on left n right draps balance. Others r like pocket placement, pattern (e.g. Checks or strips on seams n even in the facing n lining).

    Other workmanship u can talk about is the waving on hem when lay flat on table, the cracking of seam n stitches when stretch, the puking on seams (which is somehow a desire for demon appearance)………..

    Appearance is the first thing for judging the garment. Then colour, workmanship, material n performance.

  • Mung Sze Cheng
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 May

    About the fibres, not all synthetics are bad……they have good features like high colour maintenance, strength to tackle the high tension in high speed fabric making process (weaving or knitting, jacquard), light weight, high yield, diversity.

    Like most sports brand have their product development with synthetic fabric n many high performance like quick dry, thermal, water repellent, were made for professional n outdoor purposes. In certain countries with extreme environment, they are needed.

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