Neoprene is a type of synthetic material used for making wetsuits and other clothing suitable for water activities. It traps body heat and has a rigid, body-hugging character.
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What is neoprene?
Polychloroprene is also known as Neoprene and is a synthetic rubber substitute that is completely waterproof. It is the ideal material for wetsuits or other equipment designed to protect from cold and damp conditions. There are hundreds of companies that manufacture this rubber around the globe. The final product can vary depending upon how the manufacturing process is performed.
Styles in Neoprene Clothing
This thick, padded fabric is available in nearly all clothing, including jumpers and sandals with scuba panelling.
Enjoy the fact that this reliable texture doesn’t require Spanx or sculpting undergarments, and if you’re trying for a statement party dress, make sure it fits snugly around your contours to prevent gaping or bagginess with a neoprene dress.
You can also choose neoprene jeans or a neoprene jacket for a casual look.
Pair one of these neoprene slacks with a silky shirt or tee for a new take on the workplace. Or, go for a structured jacket for a more professional and elegant look.
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