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The people wear cotton dresses more than any other fiber and it is mainly grown-up and used to make dress. Cotton is a fully breathable fabric, which means that it can be cooler to wear in hot conditions
Due to its rapid moisture vapor transmission it is getting popularity day by day. Cotton fiber is mainly cellulose based fiber which contains about 94% of cellulose. Cotton is composed of pure cellulose, a naturally occurring polymer. Cellulose is a carbohydrate, and the molecule is a long chain of glucose (sugar) molecules. It ranges in length of fiber is about 10 mm to 65 mm and diameter from about 11 micron to 22 micron. DP of cotton is around 1000-14000. Cotton is basically a crystalline (about 70%) fiber but small portion of amorphous region also present in the fiber.
Because cotton is a natural produce and the way it is designed and manufactured into clothing, it has many benefits, such as its ability to control moisture, insulate, provide comfort and it is also hypoallergenic, weatherproof and is a durable fabric.
A Cotton Dress is breathable and transmits moisture away from the body and is absorbent and removes liquid from the skin, like a towel, according to Cotton Incorporated. Cotton allows you to remain comfortable as you exercise, keeping moisture from building up between your skin and clothing.
Cotton Dress protects against from heat in the summer and cold in the winter by providing thermal insulation as the cotton fabric traps air between the fabric fibers. The cotton fibers in clothing hold the fabric away from the skin, further allowing for more air to be trapped between the skin and fabric which helps with insulation and comfort.
Cotton Dress rarely causes allergic reactions and wearing cotton is often recommended for those with skin allergies, notes Cotton Incorporated. Because cotton is hypoallergenic and does not irritate skin, it is used in medical products like bandages and gauze, and is the fabric of choice when it comes to baby clothing.