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Crushed fabric has a surface that has been flattened or looks crushed. A fabric with a crushed effect has a (slightly) creasy or wrinkled structure.
Why the crushed effect?
Crushed fabric has a special appearance due to the irregular structure. The effect is often applied to materials such as velvet, taft, silk and artificial silk. On crushed velvet, the effect is highly visible since the pile is pressed in all directions. Crushing shiny fabrics such as taft and silk, emphasizes the shine by all the small creases or wrinkles. It creates a patterned appearance and a unique texture. Depending on the type of fiber used, the crushed effect is beautiful for party wear, skirts, dresses, tops, pants, other daily wear and decoration.