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What is the difference between Jersey and Pique?

Asked by S. Barnes, Last updated: Sep 11, 2019

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N. Reyes

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N. ReyesWriter, B.ed, California
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Answered on Oct 22, 2019

Jersey and pique are known to be two different types of fabric normally used by people to create polo shirts. The pique is sometimes referred to as the Marcella. This fabric is unique because it makes use of a certain weaving style that is done with the use of cotton yarn.

This may be a bit heavier and more formal as compared to the jersey, which is another type of fabric. Jersey is known to be lightweight, and it does not crease like other pieces of clothing. They are ideal when you want to travel, and you do not want to worry about wrinkles that you still need to iron out from your clothes.

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H. Jones

H. JonesWeb Content Writer, San Antonio,
Web Content Writer, San Antonio,

Answered on Sep 11, 2019

Jersey and pique are types of polo shirts, but they are not the same. Jersey is made from the same material as T-shirts. They are often made from wool or cotton. Jersey often appears flat and smooth. Jerseys are lightweight and are the preferred choice for most sports. Jersey is also cheaper than pique. Jerseys show less wrinkle compared to pique. Piques are made from knitting which appears more like waffle weave pattern.

Piques typically have an It is made from cotton yarn and cotton-polyester blends. Pique is a lot thicker and bulkier than a jersey. A pique is much more expensive than a standard jersey knit. They are more preferred of formal dressing. The Lancashire cotton industry also introduced piques. They show sweat less compared to their jersey counterparts. I hope you find this information helpful.

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F. Ray

F. RayStudent, Kansas City
Student, Kansas City

Answered on Sep 06, 2019

People would love to wear different types of clothing, and this is something that people want to know about. When it comes to polo shirts, there are two fabrics that people choose from, namely jersey and pique. Jersey is known to be made out of wool or cotton while anger can be made out of cotton yarn.

There are a lot of people who are using jersey fabric to make some sports equipment. The pique fabric is usually used to create white tie fabrics. The jersey was first introduced in the Channel Islands. Pique was introduced by a company and has been used by a lot of clothing brands ever since.

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J. Pollock

J. PollockScience Professor, Los Angeles
Science Professor, Los Angeles

Answered on Sep 04, 2019

If in case you do not know these two, these are two of the possible fabrics that can be used when creating polo shirts. Some people find this extremely important depending on when and where they are going to use the polo shirt. The pique fabric comes with a more textured and waffled look. This can make it more interesting for people who do not like the smooth fabric of the jersey.

There are some people who choose pique over jersey when they want to wear something that is considered to be more formal. This can be your option if you want to wear something more formal or if you just want to have something that is a little bit different from what you are used to.

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