This article will give you some information on the Harmonised System classification of Cogarment clothes, the Manufacturing process, and the Social messages that our clothing sends. In addition, we will discuss the history of Cogarment clothes and learn about their different uses. Hopefully, by the end of this article, you’ll have a better understanding of what makes this type of clothing popular. Until then, please enjoy the rest of this article.
Classification of Cogarment clothes under Harmonised System
A garment is a piece of clothing that bears the imprint of the wearer. They can be worn, carried, or used as an adornment. This classification applies to all garments, whether made of textiles, leather, or other materials. Unlike textiles, which have a standardized classification system, garments can vary widely. For example, a t-shirt may be different from a dress shirt, and women’s dresses may be different from men’s.
Similarly, industrial garments are not clothing for everyday use. Their fabrics are usually tough and do not feature any decoration. They are generally made of cotton or synthetic fibers, with a high degree of close-fitting features. This classification excludes garments that have ear muffs or similar elements. However, this classification does not apply to hairbands, which are made of textile fabrics with an integrated flexible metal wire.
The manufacturing process of Cogarment clothes
In the first step, a pre-production sample of the Cogarment clothes is made to follow the style instructions of the buyer. The sample is manually prepared and sent to the buyer for approval. The finished product is then packed in poly bags with price tags or hang hags. The packing accessories used in the packaging process depend on the size of the garments. Some are packed directly in paperboard cartons, while others are packaged in bigger cartons.
The cutting room is a major process. During the cutting stage, the fabric is spread and cut into pieces. This is an important phase as serious mistakes cannot be rectified once the fabric is cut. The cutting process includes several steps. During each step, the cutting room supervisor makes cut orders by dividing each piece into smaller ones. The cutting stage is the most crucial because mistakes made during this step will be more pronounced, and errors are more likely to occur in the end.
Social messages sent by clothing
Clothing has long been a medium for social messages. Clothing can indicate social status, sexual availability, or ethnic affiliation. It can also be used to express beliefs and attitudes, and in some societies, even religious affiliation. Different types of clothing convey different messages, and different groups may react to a certain wearer in different ways. The messages sent by clothing are shaped by the fashions of the day. Here are some examples of the social messages conveyed by different kinds of clothing.