About garment tags. Again. I speak of tags sewn into garments, not the digital ones that run amok all over social media.I have written a rant about tags already in 2010, then re-published the same a year later because I liked it so much. This is completely different. If you are curious about the original, feel free to click the bold text: The War on Tags
I spent most of the day Saturday performing tag-ectomy surgeries. Out of ten garments, I only needed to mend 3 of them, this is a great percentage BTW.
I have questions for the garment industry. I do not know where to send them – this is why I am asking y’all. Please, if anyone happens to know the answer – use the comment section and tell us all!
- Why do you use the stiffest, scratchy, and itchiest fabric for the tags? Can’t you use the same fabric as the garment?
- Why do you use large, black tags with sheer blouses & nighties?
- What is with the tags on the side seams of garments now? If they replaced the neckline ones that could be good, but alas, they are an addition to the removing and resewing process. Grrr!
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Ha ha, probably due to cost is my guess, unfortunately 🤔☹️
I would pitch to them that garment scraps could be cheaper. I am sure cost is a major factor, but don’t sew the tags in better than you sew the garmet together!
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