More About Linen: Benefits & Beauty

More About Linen: Benefits & Beauty

We chose linen as our primary material because of its amazing features we believe you gonna love too. Take a look at a few of them!

  • Above all, linen is a sustainable, natural material with a lower environmental impact than cotton. It is also recyclable and biodegradable — a real conscious choice.
  • Strong and durable fabric. If treated with care, linen garments are intended to last for many seasons or even generations to come, without losing shape after washing.

  • Breathable. Linen fabric is famous for its thermo-regulating properties. Due to its porous nature, linen allows air to move around more freely, so it’s cooling in summer and warms you up on those colder days.
  • Odour-resistant. Pure linen effectively soaks up moisture and quickly releases it into the environment. This is how linen helps suppress potentially harmful microorganisms and keeps you fresh.
  • Considering the above, linen is hypoallergenic — kind to even the most sensitive skin, perfect for kids and newborns, too. 

Linen Care 
Linen garments are pretty easy to care for. We suggest a few methods to ensure they stay in tip-top shape!
  • For best results, we recommend dry cleaning.
  • However, if you prefer to wash at home, machine wash on a gentle cycle with a temperature of 30°C.
  • Wash separately. 
  • Do not bleach.
  • Tumble dry low or hang to dry.
The best part about linen fabric is its versatility. With a little spray of water, you can quickly create a relaxed, wrinkly look. Or, if you prefer a more polished style, simply iron the fabric for a perfect, flat finish. The choice is yours!

What kind of linen can be found in our shop? 

Our clothing and accessories are made from premium quality 100% natural linen and handcrafted with care for exceptional quality. In our shop, we offer garments from medium or heavy weight linen.

  • Medium weight linen is used for most of our products — dresses, skirts, tunics, etc. — and stands out with its flowy look.

  • Meanwhile, heavy weight linen is thicker, and we use it for jackets and coats, so they could keep you warm on those colder days.

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