Laws in the United States require clothing labels to include the following information about the item:

  1. Fiber content: listed in descending order in terms of material composition percentage.

  2. Country of origin: it is required that brands disclose the country where the item was created, including the materials that were used in its manufacturing.

  3. Care instructions: care practices that could harm the item must be disclosed, as well as suggested washing temperatures.

  4. Manufacturer identification: information about the company that manufactured the item.

The information displayed on each product's label, the order and presentation of the garment's characteristics vary depending on the brand and product type. Countries outside the United States have regulations that may result in different information being displayed on the label.

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