Youve been told time and again about the importance of knowing where your clothes are made and what theyre made of. However, given the number of tags that come with your clothes might make it a little difficult to decode. This is your guide to understanding each part of your garment label correctly and becoming more aware of what you wear1. Fibre ContentThe fabric details often make it to the first leaf or tag. It mentions a percentage of components that the fabric of your garment contains. If your garment includes a lining, the tag will include similar details for the lining fabric too. For example, you might see something like 100% cotton in English among other languages depending on which country the concerned brand sells in.Image used for representational purposes only.2. Manufacturing CountryWhat comes next is usually the details of the garments production, and import details, if applicable. If the garment is made in India the tag would say Made in India along with details of the importer and countries they were imported from.Image used for representational purposes only.3. Laundering InstructionsThis is perhaps the most confusing part of a garment label. If all those washing instructions tend to leave you more confused than ever, youre not alone! Refer to the chart below to know exactly what each symbol means and how you should wash and maintain your garment for better longevity.Image used for representational purposes only.4. RN NumberThis applies to most fast fashion brands that are from the US. The RN number or Registered Identification Number helps you identify the brand behind the particular garment, the address as well as whether the company is the importer or manufacturer of the particular product. All you need to do is click here and type in the RN number to find details of your garment. This is especially useful when you want to find out where your thrift find is really from.We hope this helps you know your clothes better and ask the right questions about where they come from.