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At XPLORE, our new product development team is focused on creating the very best sustainable styles at competitive prices that don’t compromise on high performance designs and flattering fits. Whether we’re creating classic wardrobe staples or on-trend pieces, our priority is creating clothes that you’ll want to wear over and over again.


Did you know the average item of clothing in the UK is only worn 7 times, and thrown out after 2.2 years? We want to make sure you’ll be loving your clothes for as long as possible, and whilst we recognize that keeping up with changing consumer habits is no small task, sustainability will always be at the forefront of every product we create.

This means finding sustainable, durable fabrics that move when you move, feel comfy when you’re relaxing, and fit seamlessly into your everyday life. To create a variety of options for everyone, we use a number of different fabrics in our clothes. Here are some examples of the recycled, upcycled and natural fabrics we use – you can find more information about where they’re used on our individual product pages. 

  • Cotton
  • Lycra
  • Polyester
  • Fleece
  • French Trey
  • Rayon
  • Viscose and others fabric as per buyer requirements.


Most useable woven, denim, twill, velvet fabric name & image are given below:

1) Solid Fabric

2) Yarn Dyed Check

3) Yarn Dyed Stripe

4) Printed Fabric

Embossed Fabric
6) Brocade Fabric
7) Cashmere Fabric

Chambray Fabric
9) Chenille Fabric
10) Chenille Fabric

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