Our recent trend research found monochromatic outfits with different kinds of mesh incorporated in all of them. Read on as we talk more about the differences of each mesh.
The mesh incorporated in the bottom of these pants is a nylon fishnet knit type of mesh with spandex. The holes are larger and have a diamond appearance. This type of mesh can be ordered on a roll and is more heavy duty than actual fishnet tights.
See his transparent t-shirt overlay? This is actually a polyester mesh knit. The holes are tiny and this fabric is traditionally used in the lingerie world.
The mesh cut-outs in the pants above have a custom pattern knitted in with heavy to sheer results. The large holes are knitted with a sheer mesh covering them. This is more like a combination mesh, meshing (ha,ha) the first 2 types of meshes shown above. With mesh becoming so popular, our sources are growing in this category. We can find your brand many of these looks of mesh with our fabric sourcing service.
Check out this mesh with the french terry! This mesh is a similar type to the men's top shown above but in a entirely different application. When selecting 2 different mesh fabrics to be incorporated into one piece, keep in mind the weight and stretch should be similar to each other.
Last but not least, this mesh look is done by doing laser cut-outs. We offer this type of mesh and many others to our brands we develop and manufacture for. Try our fabric sourcing service.