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CloseA B C D E F G I J L M N O P R S T U V W X AAcetateA manufactured fiber refined from cotton filaments and/or wood pulp, and acetic acid that has been extruded through a spinneret and then hardened. Antron®A type of nylon made by DuPont®. BBambooBamboo fabric is made from the pulp of the bamboo grass. It is light and strong, and has excellent wicking properties. The use of bamboo fiber for clothing was a 20th century development, pioneered by several Chinese corporations.Bamboo is highly water absorbent, able to take up to three times its weight in water. In bamboo fabric, this translates to an excellent wicking ability that will pull moisture away from the skin so that it can evaporate. In addition, bamboo fabric has insulating properties and will keep the wearer cooler in summer and warmer in winter.BlendA term applied to a yarn or a fabric that is made up of more than one fiber. In blended yarns, two or more different types of staple fibers are twisted or spun together to form the yarn. Polyester/cotton is an example of a typical blended yarn or fabric. BoardingThe process applied to hosiery to improve the final presentation. When the hosiery is still damp from dying it is pulled over a metal form and subject to pressure and heat. This sets the garment to its familiar leg and foot profile (used only with non-stretch or polyamide products).BreathabilityThe term ‘breathability’ is associated with fabric and its ability to allow airflow. Generally, if a fabric has breathability, the garment will not hold in moisture. A simple test to see if a fabric has breathability is to hold it up to your mouth and see if air can pass through it. If it can, the fabric has breathability.CCarbonA carbon fabrication blends carbon-infused fibers by the burning of bamboo, and blends them with poly-tech fiber to create a durable, tech fabrication that is beneficial to your body – anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, deodorizing, breathable, and moisture wicking.CharmeuseA lightweight silk or silk-like fabric.ChenilleA soft, fuzzy fabric developed in France. The name means caterpillar in French.ChiffonAn extremely sheer, lightweight, soft fabric made of silk, polyester, rayon or other fibers. It is made of highly twisted filament yarns.Combed CottonCotton in which a combing process removes the short fibers and any debris that may be with the fiber when it was in the field. This results in a cleaner, more uniform and lustrous yarn.CoolmaxA polyester fiber designed to move moisture away from the body and out onto the surface of the garment for quick absorption. This leaves the wearer feeling cooler and dryer. Coolmax is also fast drying, resists fading, and doesn’t wrinkle or shrink. Because of the movement of moisture, wearing Coolmax indoors without airflow to properly evaporate can cause puddling, since Coolmax does not absorb. Coolmax works best outdoors where there is airflow to evaporate body moisture.CottonA natural fiber that grows in the seedpod of the cotton plant. Fibers are typically 1/2 inch to 2 inches long. The longest staple fibers – longer than 1 1/2 inch, including the Pima and Egyptian varieties – produce the highest quality cotton fabrics.Cotton LisleA hard-spun two ply cotton yarn made from long staple fibers and treated to remove all short fuzzy ends for a smooth finish. Lisle is a popular choice for fine men’s knitwear, including tops and socks.CrinolineOriginally, it was the name given to coarse horsehair fabric used in early petticoats to give a very full skirt volume. Later, the word crinoline came to be the name for a hoop skirt.DDouble KnitA knit fabric in which two layers of loops are formed that cannot be separated. A double knit machine, which has two complete sets of needles, is required for this construction.DriLayerDriLayer is a registered name of Moving Comfort. When stated, the garment has the ability to transfer moisture away from the skin to the outside of the fabric for quick evaporation.EEcosil PolyesterEcosil means the polyester fibers are spun very compactly to give the fabric a clean appearance, and a resistance to pilling and abrasion.Egyptian CottonAll cotton grown in Egypt is ‘Egyptian’ but it is not all extra-long staple (ELS) cotton – the most desirable and softest. The description ‘Egyptian cotton’ conjures in the mind of many consumers the image of the very finest and longest cottons in the world. Egypt does produce and sell some of the best ELS cotton in the world, but it amounts to less than 15% of annual global ELS cotton exports, and is approximately 40% of Egyptian cotton exports.ElastaneElastane is just another name for an old fiber: Spandex. The word ‘elastane’ is used in Europe while ‘spandex’ is used in the United States. Elastane/spandex trade names are Lycra and Dorlastan.EmbossingA process that produces a raised design or pattern on fabrics by passing the cloth between hot, engraved rollers that press the design in.EmbroideryAn embellishment of a fabric or garment in which colored threads are sewn on to the fabric to create a design. Embroidery may be done either by hand or machine.EyeletA type of fabric with patterned cut-out designs, around which stitching or embroidery is applied in order to prevent the fabric from raveling. FFailleA glossy, soft, finely-ribbed silk-like woven fabric made from cotton, silk, or manufactured fibers.Fence NetA very large net design similar to that of a chain link fence and used for stockings, hold-ups, and pantyhose.FiberfillLightweight, synthetic fiber that can be used to line bra cups.FishnetA smaller net design, which is taken from the construction of a fisherman’s net, usually made of nylon or nylon-lycra blends. These come in seamless and seamed styles, with various designs of lace or silicone tops on the stockings and hold-ups. Also in tights or pantyhose which are very popular with dancers and for costumes.Flat KnitThe process used in making full-fashioned stockings, where the yarn is knitted flat on the machine and literally sewn together to form the backseam. The tops of the stocking are then folded over and sewn, forming the familiar double top welt and finishing hole in the back of the full-fashioned stocking.FrastaglioFrastaglio is an antique type of Florentine workmanship. Flat stitched embroidery is trimmed to cord yarn on a veil of tulle which is attached by hand to silk or another fabric. The effect obtained is a refined inlay motif that seems to climb up the fabric. Frastaglio is primarily used in silk corsetry and nightwear.French TerryA circular knit fabric with a looped pile back and smooth face.freshFXA product of Invista, and teamed with Lycra, freshFX technology creates ‘refreshing’ fabric to be used in underwear and/or sleepwear to give it a great fit, feel, coolness and freshness all day long. FreshFX also has a fabulous soft hand and an excellent drape.GGossamerThe dictionary refers to gossamer as a light, thin, film-like cloth. We see that filminess and sheen in the 100% non-stretch nylons made famous by the artist Vargas, and the model Bettie Page.IInterlockA rib stitch variation, interlock resembles two separate 1×1 ribbed fabrics that are inter-knitted. Interlock stitch fabrics are thicker, heavier, and more stable than single knit constructions.Italian NylonA very high quality knit fabric with 4-way stretch that comes from Italy. Italian nylon includes some lycra to give great stretch and recovery, good strength, abrasion resistance and germ resistance to body acids.JJacquardAny fabric that has a pattern woven into the fabric rather than printed on it. The name comes from Joseph Marie Jacquard who designed a loom attachment capable of weaving patterns into fabric. This attachment provides versatility in designs and permits individual control of each of the warp yarns. Thus, fabrics of almost any type or complexity can be made. Brocade and damask are types of jacquard woven fabrics.Jacquard KnitA double knit fabric in which a Jacquard type of mechanism is used. This device individually controls needles or small groups of needles, and allows very complex and highly patterned knits to be created. JerseyA generic term for a plain knit fabric without a distinct rib. Originally made of wool, jersey fabric was first manufactured on the island of Jersey.LLaméA woven fabric using flat silver or gold metal threads to create either the design or the background in the fabric.Laser CutRather than cutting fabric the traditional way, a laser is used, but only on synthetic fabrics – otherwise, a fabric could catch on fire. The advantages of laser cutting include no raveling, and a flat seamless edge.LatexLatex is made with rubber and thus has rubber-like qualities. Used in some elastics to provide greater elasticity. Breaks down easily when exposed to sun and body moisture. Many people are allergic to direct contact with latex on their body. In these cases, spandex is an alternative.Leavers LaceThe name ‘Leavers’ derives from the loom used to create this lace. The Leavers machine introduced the production of intricate lace patterns similar to those created by hand. Leavers looms are the only machines capable of working with a high number of threads, reproducing the intricate work of hand made lace. The lace created is distinguished by high definition design. The length, width and the thinness may vary depending on the machine used.LinenA fabric made from linen fibers obtained from inside the woody stem of the flax plant. Linen fibers are much stronger and more lustrous than cotton. Linen fabrics are very cool and absorbent, but wrinkle very easily, unless blended with manufactured fibers. Linen is one of the world’s oldest textile fibers.LiningThe name given to the material sewn into the inside of a garment to make it more opaque or more comfortable against the skin. Lining is frequently used in a bra to add structure or provide a pretty background to sheer and/or lacy fabrics.LycraA trademark of DuPont, Lycra is the spandex fiber produced by DuPont. It is lightweight and soft, but stronger and more durable than rubber. Lycra can be stretched over 500% without breaking, and can be stretched repeatedly and still recover to its original length. It provides lightweight freedom of movement in foundation garments. It is quick to dry and accepts dyes very well. Garments with lycra do not pill or hold static.LyocellLyocell is a cellulose fabric obtained by an organic solvent spinning process. This fabric is a sub-category of rayon. Tencel is the trademark name for lyocell.MMemory FoamMemory foam is being used more and more in bras. It’s the same foam you see in the mattress commercial where the girl is jumping but the water glass is not moving. When used in a bra cup, this foam will shape more to your body, then return to its original shape once it’s taken off. This advantage means that your bra cups will not develop creases that are hard or impossible to remove. Storage of memory foam bras is not as important because the shape will pop back if crushed.Mercerized CottonThis is a cotton that has been through a wet finishing process, which swells the yarns of the fabric to give it a round, smooth surface and stop the cotton from further shrinkage. This process results in a stronger and more lustrous yarn that is more easily dyed, producing brighter, deeper colors.Merino WoolMerino wool means the wool fiber is long and fine. The result is a fabric that is thin, soft and luxurious.MeshAn open-weave knitted or woven fabric that produces a net or sheer-like effect.Micro ModalMicro Modal is a trademarked microfiber from the Austrian textile company, Lenzing. Micro Modal is a fabric made from spun beechwood cellulose. The fabric is delicate and light. The smooth surface of Micro Modal prevents deposits of lime and detergents. Even after numerous washings, fabrics made from Micro Modal remain soft and silky – and the colors, bright and shiny. Micro Modal is 50% more absorbent than cotton, thus allowing the skin to breathe and providing incredible comfort.MicrofiberFabric made with microfiber means that the fabric’s filaments are extremely fine – much finer than silk. Microfiber fabrics are thus lightweight, and look and feel luxurious. Because microfiber filaments are packed so closely, they can prevent moisture from passing though, yet allow air flow. Usually a blend of polyester or polyamide (nylon) fibers, microfiber fabric is known for being very light, smooth, soft, hard wearing and breathable.MicrofleeceMicrofleece is an ultra-soft synthetic wool-like fabric. It’s the fabric that teddy bears are made of.ModalModal is made with cellulose from beech trees and is essentially a variety of rayon. It is about 50% more water-absorbent than cotton. Modal fabric has softness, good drape and is said to breathe even better than cotton. Garments made in modal have anti-crease properties and are relatively easy care.ModulusThe amount of power for support a fabric would give in its most stretched or elongated state.Moisture WickingFabrics that have the moisture wicking feature are able to draw moisture away from the body and put it on the surface of the fabric for quick evaporation. Many sports bras and tops are made with moisture wicking fabrics.NNylonA completely synthetic fiber, nylon is known for its superior flexibility and excellent resilience. Quick-drying nylon fabric is naturally hydrophobic and resistant to shrinkage and wrinkling. Developed in the 1930s by scientists at Du Pont, nylon was the first truly synthetic fiber to be commercialized. Nylon fibers have the luster of silk and their tensile strength is higher than that of wool, silk, rayon or cotton. Nylon washes easily, dries quickly, needs little pressing, and holds its shape well since it neither shrinks nor stretches. Another name for nylon is polyamide.OOpaqueWhen used in the lingerie industry, opaque means the body can not be seen through the garment. PPaisleyA swirled pattern characterized by a teardrop shape. Popularized in Paisley, Scotland during the 1800’s, this design was originally an adaptation of a spade pattern found on Indian shawls. Today, paisley decorates everything from sheetings to fine dresses and always makes a statement of rich elegance.PanneA velvet-like fabric that has been flattened to achieve a desired design or look.Peau de SoieA heavy twill-weave drape-able satin fabric, made of silk or a manufactured fiber.Peruvian Pima CottonPima cotton that is grown in Peru under excellent growing conditions. This cotton is harvested by hand, which reduces the scratchy impurities and guarantees a more brilliant white shade that can be easily dyed.PicotA small, embroidered loop forming an ornamental edging on a ribbon or lace.Pima CottonPima cotton is a generic name for extra-long staple (ELS) cotton grown in the U.S., Australia, Peru and is in very limited production in a few other locations around the world. Pima was previously called American-Egyptian cotton but was renamed to honor the Pima Indians who were growing the cotton for the USDA in Sacaton, Arizona. Pima is from the gossypium barbadense species, compared to gossypium hirsutum to which upland cotton belongs. The primary differences between Pima (ELS growths) cotton and upland cotton are staple length and strength of the fiber. In the U.S., cotton is considered to be ELS or Pima if it is an inch and 3/8 or longer. Its strength and uniformity measurements are considerably higher than those of upland cotton. It has a silk-like hand and a very fine weave.PiquéA medium-weight fabric, either knit or woven, with raised dobby designs including cords, wales, waffles, or patterns. Woven versions have cords running lengthwise, or in the warp direction. Knitted versions are double-knit fabric constructions, created on multi-feed circular knitting machines.PlaidA fabric in which bands of color running horizontally and vertically intersect to form squares. Plaids date back to the 1500’s and now come in many patterns from argyle and gingham to madras and windowpane.PolyamideThe basic fiber-forming substance for nylon fiber. It is also the European term for nylon.PolyesterThis is both the name of a fabric and a fiber. A manufactured fiber introduced in the early 1950’s, it is second only to cotton in worldwide use. Its ability to stretch and resist wrinkling makes it a popular fabric for lingerie. Polyester has high strength (although somewhat lower than nylon), excellent resiliency, and high abrasion resistance. Low absorbency allows the fiber to dry quickly. PowernetA two-way stretch nylon fabric that provides excellent support. Also used in high-end compression garments, powernet has high compression with low stretch qualities to give you outstanding support without stretching out and losing its strength. Bras with powernet will last longer and stretch out less than bras using other stretch fabrics.RRayonA silk-like fabric made from wood pulp, cotton linters, or other vegetable matter. It is a comfortable fabric against the skin and absorbs moisture. It is not a strong fabric.Rib KnitA knitted fabric with alternating raised and lowered rows. More elastic and durable than plain knits, they tend to fit the body and are used frequently in T-shirts as well as for the trims of socks, sleeves, waists and necklines.Ringspun CottonThe cotton fibers are tightly twisted together to make a stronger, smoother and finer thread. Ringspun cotton fabric is therefore softer and finer feeling than basic cotton fabric.SSanforizedA process of preshrinking fabric. Patented by Cluett, Peabody and Co., Inc. the label means permanent fit – the fabric shrinkage is held to just 1%.SatinA woven type of fabric with the characteristic of being highly lustrous on one side, and matte on the other. Can be made in a variety of fibers. Typical examples of satin weave fabrics include: slipper satin, crepe-back satin, faille satin, bridal satin, moleskin, and antique satin.ScallopA decorative border on fabric or lace made up of a series of half circles.Semi-opaqueThis is a term to describe hosiery that is slightly translucent but not totally non transparent. It is usually of a lighter denier tight, or a heavier denier stocking of hold-up.SergedA serger machine sews, overcasts and trims a seam all in one step. Therefore, this seam is called a serged seam. A serged seam usually is made with 3 to 4 threads.SheenSometimes called ‘gossamer,’ this is a term given to the shininess or glitter-like appearance of the stockings. 100% nylon non-stretch stockings and nylon-lycra blends have a very high sheen, which is their trademark.SheerA term used to describe garments that are transparent and allow the body to be seen.ShirringA decorative effect created by material being gathered into lines.SiliconeA rubber-like polymer, which maintains its elasticity over a wide range of temperatures. Used inside the lace top of hold-up stockings to cling to the skin and keep the stocking up without garters.SilkA natural filament fiber produced by the silkworm in the construction of its cocoon. Most silk is collected from cultivated caterpillars. Tussah silk, or wild silk, is a thicker, shorter fiber produced by caterpillars in their natural habitat. Most silk comes from Asia, primarily China.SimplexA type of knit fabric that is firm, yet can also be knit to give a little stretch. Simplex has a mechanical stretch – meaning it stretches evenly in all directions. However, like our skin, it can stretch, but wants to bounce back to it’s original state. Therefore, it’s a perfect ‘second skin’ fabric.SoutacheSoutache consists of loops similar to a ribbon, made of silk or other material, primarily attached by hand on fabric in an intricate pattern. Soutache is both used in lingerie and swimwear and represents one of the most sophisticated types of workmanships used by lingerie designers.SoySoy fabric is made from the leftover dregs from soybean oil or tofu production. The protein is extracted and the fiber spun into cloth. It is an excellent recycle scenario that makes this fabric eco-friendly. Similar to natural silk, it is common for there to be occasional slubs in the soy fabric, which adds to its natural beauty.Soy is incredibly soft and silky and is otherwise known as vegetable cashmere. Soy is as easy to care for as any cotton T-shirt.Spacer FoamSpacer foam, also called spacer fabric, is a very expensive knit used as the cup fabric in molded bras. It is a knit that has both a top and bottom layer, with filaments in between – similar to a corrugated box. This creates air pockets between the layers. All of this is knitted as one piece of fabric. The advantage of spacer foam is that it is very lightweight, breathable, can be thinner than traditional foam used in contour bra cups, won’t yellow, and provides modesty like a contour cup bra.SpandexA synthetic fiber made from polyurethane. It is lightweight, highly elastic, strong, durable and non-absorbent to water and oils. A great alternative to people allergic to latex. In Europe, they call this elastane. The spandex polymer itself has not been proven to be a sensitizer. It is other chemicals that can be added to spandex that can cause a skin reaction.SpannetteA natural rubber latex/nylon stretch fabric with thousands of air holes for comfort and breathability.StabilizerA rigid fabric interlining that restricts the stretch of selected areas of the garment to allow for better support.StabilizersA rigid fabric interlining that restricts the stretch of selected areas of the garment to allow for better support.Supima CottonThe name ‘Supima’ is a licensed trademark owned by Supima and its members. It is used to promote textile and apparel products made of 100% American Pima cotton, but is strictly controlled by the grower organization. The name ‘Supima’ is an abbreviation for Superior Pima.SupplexSupplex nylon is made by DuPont. It is a cottony, soft nylon that offers the performance benefits of a man-made fabric with the look of cotton. It is lightweight, quick drying and durable.TTactelTactel nylon is made by DuPont. It is a silkier, softer nylon with a crinkle finish. It is lightweight and quick drying.TencelTencel is the trademark name for lyocell. Lyocell is a cellulose fabric obtained by an organic solvent spinning process. This fabric is a sub-category of rayon. ThemastatA state-of-the-art fiber with a hollow core to keep you warmer and drier by wicking moisture away.TricotThis word comes from the French word ‘tricoter,’ which means ‘to knit.’ Tricot is a finely knit fabric that stretches in both the lengthwise and crosswise directions. It was developed especially for the underwear industry and can be made from nylon, wool, rayon, silk, cotton or other fibers.UUltra SheerThis term refers to the very light deniers, which are very light transparency and high sheen. Usually made of 100% non-stretch nylon. Some Lycra/nylon yarns of less than 8 denier can be ultra-sheer.UPFUltra-violet Protection Factor (UPV) is a rating system that measures the UV protection provided by the fabric. It’s similar to the SPF rating system used in sunscreens. For example, a fabric rated UPF 30 means that if 30 units of UV rays fall on the fabric, only one unit will pass through.VVelourSoft plush fabric with a close, dense pile.ViscoseThe European term for rayon.WWovenWoven fabrics are made from two pieces of yarn that are stretched out over a loom and woven together in both horizontal and vertical directions. Woven fabrics do not stretch because their fibers run at 45-degree angles to one another. Woven fabrics include linen, denim, twill, satin, chiffon, corduroy, tweed and canvas.XX-Static Silver FiberX-Static – The silver fiber, has a layer of pure silver permanently bonded to the surface of a textile fiber. The process is such that the fiber, with its silver layer, retains traditional textile and tactile characteristics. It can be used in knits, wovens and non-wovens as either a filament or spun yarn. X-Static offers all of the benefits known to be inherent to pure silver, only in a new format – a textile fiber. Previous section: Women’s Lingerie Glossary Customer Care Contact Us Returns & Exchanges Shipping Information Coupons & Sales Gift Cards Customer Reviews About Us Our Story Tomima’s Blog Become an Affiliate Site Map Terms of Use View Mobile Site Your Account Track Order Sign In Wish List Subscribe to HerRoom Unsubscribe Feedback: How do you like HerRoom? © 2019 Andra Group, LP – Friday, April 26, 2019 (HERA2 ). Chat Content

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This pair was deemed most comfortable by all. They’re high-waisted but sit at your natural waistline, so our editors escaped the horror of an underwear sunrise above their jeans. One disclaimer: The panty-line is thicker than most, so it may show through sheerer fabrics.

Thong: Commando Better Than Nothing

Commando Better Than Nothing Thong $55.96’s Trends and Reviews Editor Lindsey Murray has yet to find a thong that she thinks is as comfortable as briefs, but Commando’s nude option comes pretty close. It’s totally seamless, so you don’t have to worry about bunching. Just note that the fabric is very lightweight, so it may feel a little, ahem, breezy under dresses.

Cheeky: Victoria Secret No Show Cheeky Panty

Victoria’s Secret No Show Cheeky Panties
If you’re anti-thong, this underwear is elastic-free and offers extra coverage. The laser-cut edges didn’t show up under even the sheerest fabric. Victoria’s Secret offers four different shades of nude, but some editors still had a tough time finding a good match.

Best Overall: ThirdLove Seamless Bikini

ThirdLove Seamless Bikini $6.00
All four editors named this pair their favorite. The fabric is comfy and seamless, so panty lines are literally out of sight, out of mind. Even better, ThirdLove offers five nude shades ranging from pale to dark, more than any company we could find.’s editorial fellow Alexis Jones says the dark was an almost perfect match (but wouldn’t be against a sixth option!). Lindsey Murray Trends & Reviews Editor Lindsey works with the Good Housekeeping Institute to test and review products like appliances, bedding, baby items, and more

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