Functional and Non-Functional (Mock) garment accessories, Drawstrings, Cords/Ties (Children)

Below are applies to Childrens clothing only.

Functional drawstring
Functional drawstring

Cord, chain, ribbon, string or tape of any textile or non-textile material
which passes through a channel, loop(s) or eyelet(s) or similar, has 2
loose hanging ends and is used to adjust the size of the opening, or part
of the garment or to fasten the garment itself.

Continuous drawstring
Continuous drawstring

Cord, chain, ribbon, string or tape of any textile or non-textile material
which passes through a channel around the total circumference of a
garment, has no loose hanging ends and is used to adjust the size of the
opening. Two loose hanging ends cannot be knotted together to form a
continuous drawstring.

Non-functional (decorative) drawstring
Non-functional drawstring

Non-functional cord, chain, ribbon, string or tape of any textile or nontextile
material, of fixed length which has two loose hanging ends and is
used to simulate the use of a functional drawstring, but is not in fact a
drawstring and has no drawstring functionality and is not intended to be
used to adjust the size of the garment opening or fasten the garment
itself.

Functional Cord/Tie
Functional Cord or tie

Cord, chain, ribbon, string or tape of any textile or non-textile material,
which is attached to the outside of the garment and is used to adjust the
size of the opening, or part of the garment or to fasten the garment itself.

Non-functional (decorative) cord/tie
Non-functional Cord or tie

Non-functional cord, chain, ribbon, string or tape of any textile or nontextile
material, of fixed length and not intended to be used to adjust the size of the garment opening or fasten the garment itself.

Elastic Cord/Tie

Cords containing yarns of rubber or elastodiene or elastic polymer or similar, having high extensibility & complete or near complete recovery.

Halter Neck Cord/Tie

Functional cord worn round the back of the neck holding the garment (for example dress, blouse or bikini) together leaving the shoulder and back bare.

Loop

Cord or narrow strip of fabric curved in shape, which maybe fixed or adjustable in length, where both ends are attached to the garment.

Sash

Drawstring, decorative or functional cord of textile material of not less than 3cm/1 ¼” in width worn round the waist area of a garment and tied in a bow.

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