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Ready-made garments

Ready-made garments are mass-produced finished textile products of the clothing industry. Ready-made are garments that can be bought off of store racks or online, and are ready to wear. They are not custom tailored according to measurements, but rather generalized according to anthropometric studies. They are made from many different fabrics and yarns. Their characteristics depend on the fibers used in their manufacture.  Ready-made garments are divided into the following types: outer clothing, which includes work wear and uniforms, leisure wear, and sportswear (e.g., suits, pants, dresses, ladies' suits, blouses, blazers, jackets, cardigans, sweaters, coats, sports jackets, skirts, shirts, ties, jeans, shorts, T-shirts, polo shirts, sports shirts, tracksuits, bathing shorts, bathing suits); and undergarments, which include jersey goods and lingerie (e.g. underpants, undershirts, socks, stockings, and pantyhose)

History :

The first ready-made garment factory was established in New York in 1831. During the American Civil War the need for ready-made uniforms helped the garment sector grow in the United States.  Near the end of the nineteenth century there were changes in societal views towards ready-made garments: They were no longer seen as only for the lower classes but also for the middle classes. This trend started in the United States. In the beginning they were more popular with men than women.  In the late 1860s, twenty-five percent of garments produced in the US were ready-made, but by 1890, the portion had risen to sixty percent. By 1951, ninety percent of garments sold in the United States were ready made. During the same time two-thirds of garments sold in France were ready made.

Top Ready-Made Garment Manufacturing Countries in the World :

Every country has some garment manufacturing company to meet the minimum needs of that country’s demand. However, all of them are not world-class. Among them, here are the top garment manufacturing countries in the world according to the manufacturing index.

  1. China
  2. Germany
  3. Bangladesh
  4. Vietnam
  5. India
  6. Italy
  7. Turkey
  8. United States of America
  9. Hong-Kong (China SAR)
  10. Spain