The Manufacturing Process Of Unitards

The Manufacturing Process Of Unitards

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Leotards & Unitards  are one-piece garments that cover the entire body. Unitards are usually made from lycra, spandex, or a similar stretchy fabric, often used by dancers, athletes, and acrobats. A unitard's tight fit can help improve performance by reducing drag and increasing muscle control.


The manufacturing process of unitards is highly specialized, and there are only a handful of factories in the world that can produce them. The fabric used to make unitards is also very special; it must be able to stretch and recover quickly, and it must be comfortable to wear.


Here is the manufacturing process:


1)Measurement and Cutting

The first step in manufacturing a unitard is to take accurate measurements of the person wearing it. The measurements are used to create a pattern, which is then used to cut the fabric.



After the fabric is cut, the pieces are sewn together to create the unitard. Seams are typically serged or reinforced with additional stitching to prevent them from ripping under stress.



Once the unitard is assembled, any zippers or other fasteners are added. The person wearing the unitard is then tried on it to ensure a good fit. Finally, the unitard is ready to be worn for its intended purpose.


4)Painting and dyeing

Some unitards are also painted or dyed to create unique designs. This is often done for dance or theatrical performances where an audience will see the unitard. The painting and dyeing process can be done by hand or with machines, and it usually involves multiple layers of paint or dye to create the desired effect.



These unique garments are created with care and precision, and they can be used for a variety of purposes. Whether you're a dancer, gymnast, cyclist, or triathlete, a unitard can help you achieve your goals.


Size Guide

XS 19"-21" 16"-18" 21"-23" 35"-38"
S 21"-23" 18"-20" 23"-25" 38"-41"
M 23"-25" 20"-22" 25"-27" 41"-44"
L 25"-27" 22"-24" 27"-29" 44"-47"
XL 27"-29" 24"-26" 29"-31" 47"-50"
2XL 29"-31" 26"-28" 31"-33" 50"-52"
3XL 31"-33" 28"-30" 33"-35" 52"-54"
XS 48-53CM 40.5-45.5CM 53-58.5CM 89-96.5CM
S 53-58.5CM 45.5-51CM 58.5-63.5CM 96.5-104CM
M 58.5-63.5CM 51-56CM 63.5-68.5CM 104-112CM
L 63.5-68.5CM 56-61CM 68.5-73.5CM 112-119.5CM
XL 68.5-73.5CM 61-66CM 73.5-78.5CM 119.5-127CM
2XL 73.5-78.5CM 66-71CM 78.5-84CM 127-132CM
3XL 78.5-84CM 71-76CM 84-89CM 132-137CM


1. Bust

Measure the fullest part of your bust ensuring your back is straight.

2. Waist

Measure around the narrowest part of your torso.

3. Hips

Measure around the fullest part of your hip ensuring the tape is straight.

4. Girth

Measured in a circle around the shoulder and crotch.

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Size Guide