The Juice

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Process For our collections, we always choose different processes to make the article rich. Various techniques, such as embroidery printing and washing.

Embroidery is done with different techniques to get a height difference or complete look. Embroidery is making decorations with needle and thread on textiles, leather, or other surfaces. It is an art that has existed since mankind uses substances. Around the world, it is estimated from 3000 BC. Embroidery applied to fabrics.

The following stitches are often used depending on the embroidery:

  • half cross stitch
  • petit point chain stitch
  • cross stitch stem stitch
  • backstitch 

Printing can be affected by the fabric, but can also embellish separate parts.

When printing textiles, patterns are applied to a piece of fabric in one or more colors. It is related to dyeing textiles, but the entire material is uniformly colored. There are various techniques for printing textiles, the most important of which are direct printing, reserve printing, and etching printing.

Washing the clothes is done to give the fabric a different look and feel.

" It is hard to separate the art from the artist. " - Juice World

 

Our new Washing methods:

We at In Gold We Trust have applied a new way of washing to a large part of our collection, and this allows us to choose the colors of the collection and not be limited to the standard and to determine the softness of an article.

A pigment is a material that changes the color of reflected or transmitted light as a result of absorption. Pigments are used to change the color of paint, ink, fabric, food, and many other products. Originally derived using natural sources, including minerals, botanical materials, and animal byproducts, today, pigments are largely synthetic and are available in virtually every color imaginable.

 

The steps of pigment dying a garment:

  1. Pretreatment A cationic pretreatment (fabric activator) is applied to fabric in a dying machine, where it will sit to absorb into the fibers of the material.
  2. Rinse Fabric is rinsed with water to clear off any impurities.
  3. Acid washes The fabric is washed with an acidic agent to provide softness.
  4. Pigment Next, the pigment is added to the machine to begin the final color of the dying process.
  5. Binder A binder is fed into the dying machine that will allow the pigment to “bind” on top of the material fibers.
  6. Rinse Fabric is rinsed with water to clear off any impurities.
  7. Tumble dry The fabric is tumbled dry to cure the dye.
  8. Final wash The garment is again washed, this time with a bio-polished enzyme to remove unfixed dyes.
  9. Final dry The garment is tumble dried one last time to finish.

Our new t-shirt named ‘’The Juice’’:

  • 100% Cotton
  • Garment Dye
  • Normal Fit
  • Spring Summer SS20
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Size Guide

This size chart is based on our basic hoodie; measurements may vary depending on this model.

The model is 1,77cm tall and wearing size L.

Clothing

Size guide

Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm)

Hip        (cm)

XS /6 50 - 54 49 - 50 49 - 49
S / 48 53 - 55 51 - 52 51 - 49
M / 50 55 - 56 53 - 53 53 - 50
L / 52 56 - 57 53 - 54 50 - 51
XL / 54 59 - 61 57 - 60 53 - 55
XXL / 56 56 - 58 59 - 62 62 - 65
 

How do I measure my size

  • #1 - Chest (cm)

    Measure your chest size where it is largest

  • #2 - Waist (cm)

    Measure where the size of your waist is narrowest

  • #3 - Hip (cm)

    Measure where the size of your hips is widest