The 6 clothing materials that hold the warmest and do not thicken the silhouette

With a reputation for keeping warm, wool is not the only clothing material to retain body heat and to act as a protective barrier against the cold. Velvet, flannel, linen… What are the fabrics to favor in winter, and which thicken our figure the least?The 6 clothing materials that hold the warmest and do not thicken the silhouette

With a reputation for keeping warm, wool is not the only clothing material to retain body heat and to act as a protective barrier against the cold. Velvet, flannel, linen… What are the fabrics to favor in winter, and which thicken our figure the least?

Size dilemma when a drop in temperatures is felt, choosing a clothing material that is sufficiently covering to face the cold in style, can make us opt for the easy option. Because rather than relying on an insulating fabric that resists the icy wind, we usually have the unfortunate tendency to superimpose different layers of clothes. A human reflex certainly, but impractical since successively removing a coat, a sweater, a sweatshirt, and a t-shirt has never been the simplest. The option all found? Change the game by choosing natural materials that retain heat, and that does not give us the impression once worn, of having gained weight.

Covering fabrics that do not thicken our morphology to adopt in winter

Velvet

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A perfect alternative to wool or flannel, velvet is an ideal clothing material as soon as autumn winter arrives. This fabric anchored in the style of the 70s traditionally consists of tight and cut hairs held by the threads of the fabric. And contrary to popular belief, there are many types of velvet, such as silk velvet, mohair, linen, but also cotton. The first two are the most resistant, and the cheapest.

Flannel

Known as cotton scraped on one side or both, flannel testifies to a fluffy and felted texture that makes all its singularity. Whether it dresses coats, shirts, sweaters, and hats, flannel naturally keeps warm, no matter how thick it is.

Flax

Contrary to popular belief, linen is a natural vegetable material that keeps resolutely warm, and especially when it enters the entire composition of 100% linen sweater, which stands out as a clothing alternative of choice, to counter the cold. Another option? Bet on a linen t-shirt or shirt as an undershirt, to retain body heat, adding an extra layer of textile to our outfit. As a bonus, flax, which comes from the cultivation of the eponymous plant, has the reputation of being a solid ecological material, which has the ability to absorb up to 20% moisture, much more than cotton.

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Lyocell or Tencel

Alter ego of viscose but much more eco-responsible, lyocell otherwise called Tencel, is a material composed from a non-toxic solvent and wood pulp and in particular that of eucalyptus, from eco-certified forests. Breathable and resistant, lyocell is often compared to vegetable silk, whose silky texture it models. If this material is less hot than wool, it is nevertheless one of the most covering materials to favor when choosing a shirt or blouse in winter. Regarding pants, lyocell is all the more insulating and thick, when mixed with organic or recycled cotton.

Fine wool

Resolutely covering, wool is an integral part of the ranking of the fabrics that hold the warmest. All in all, many clothes composed from this natural animal fiber, are resolutely thick and have the particularity of thickening our silhouette. In this case, it is better to favor fashion pieces made with fine wool and not large wool. Despite the fact that its thickness is less important, its thermal insulation capacity allows it to trap about 80% of air, and therefore to act as a real barrier to the cold. And on the shopping side, we recommend turning to clothes made with recycled wool, local or from organic farming, or Oeko-Tex certified. Note that the Woolmark certification ensures that the wool comes from the shelving of healthy and live animals.

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Cashmere

Essential material for any stylistic survival in winter, cashmere is one of the hottest wools in the world. Is sometimes an expensive price? It is justified by the rarity of this natural material, woven with hair from the Kashmir goat that lives in the Tibetan highlands of Ladakh and Tibet, and mainly in Inner Mongolia. In addition, each goat produces between 150 and 300 grams of cashmere per year. This warm wool rises to the top of the ranking of the most covering clothing materials, and the least thick. The good news? Many cashmere sweaters are offered at much more affordable prices, such as those from our selection.

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