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  • Cloth: Twill fabric
  • Composition:: Cotton with Elastane, Wool with Polyester
  • Weight: Thick fabric (190 - 250gr / m2)
  • Uses: For jackets, For skirts, For dresses
  • Care: Cold wash, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry
  • Color: Gray
Delivery 1-2 days
1.50 width m
From 25cm
  • Cloth: Twill fabric
  • Composition:: Cotton with Elastane, Wool with Polyester
  • Weight: Thick fabric (190 - 250gr / m2)
  • Uses: For jackets, For skirts, For dresses
  • Care: Cold wash, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry
  • Color: Gray
Delivery 1-2 days
1.50 width m
From 25cm
  • Cloth: Twill fabric
  • Composition:: Cotton with Elastane, Wool with Polyester
  • Weight: Thick fabric (190 - 250gr / m2)
  • Uses: For jackets, For skirts, For dresses
  • Care: Cold wash, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry
  • Color: Gray
Delivery 1-2 days
1.50 width m
From 25cm
  • Cloth: Twill fabric
  • Composition:: Cotton with Elastane, Wool with Polyester
  • Weight: Thick fabric (190 - 250gr / m2)
  • Uses: For jackets, For skirts, For dresses
  • Care: Cold wash, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry
  • Color: Gray
Delivery 1-2 days
1.50 width m
From 25cm
  • Composition:: Wool with Polyester
  • Weight: Very thick fabric (251 - 280gr / m2)
  • Care: Cold wash, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry, Can be ironed
  • Cloth: Cloth
  • Uses: For coats, For jackets
  • Meters per Roll: 10m roll
  • Color: White, Black
1.50 width m
  • Composition:: Wool with Polyester
  • Weight: Thick fabric (190 - 250gr / m2)
  • Care: Cold wash, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry, Can be ironed
  • Cloth: Cloth
  • Uses: For coats, For jackets
  • Meters per Roll: 10m roll
  • Color: White
1.50 width m

Print - prince of wales - for clothing, upholstery or decoration

The prince of wales prints They are characterized by a design based on two colors alternating frames and screens.

The basic and elementary motive that composes it is the houndstooth pattern Normally in black and white.

Although it was originally intended for wool, its motif has been used in cotton shirts and other garments.

And it is that its origins the picture of Prince of Wales dates back to the nineteenth century. It was then that the large landowners settled in Scotland used it to identify their workers through the locker room.

This design began to be used in male wool jackets from the 1920 years and was introduced in the female jacket suits from the 1930 years.

Undoubtedly, this design was popularized by the Duke of Windsor when he was Prince of Wales, from whom he receives his name.

In the United States and Europe it is normal to see it in business locker rooms, while in the United Kingdom it is reserved for sports and leisure.

Today, it is part of both male and female costumes, being synonymous with elegance and sophistication. This is undoubtedly one of the fashionable prints this autumn-winter of 2019.