|Sizes (measurement in cms)||S||M||L|
|Shoulder to Shoulder||35||36||37|
|Centre Back Length||130||131||132|
Caring for your Linen
Linen is relatively easy to take care of since it resists dirt and stains. It can be dry cleaned, machine washed or hand washed. Finished linen products respond to “tender loving care “ use pure soap or gentle detergent in soft water when laundering linen. Chlorine bleach should be avoided as it can cause yellowing, its best to use oxygen type bleach. Avoided wringing out linen before drying. To retain whiteness dry in sun. Iron when linen is damp iron on the wrong side then right to bring out the sheen.
The beauty of linen lies in its unique quality to CRUSH that gives it its exclusive character and elegance. The natural shine in it gives it that extra touch of glamor.
The Story of Linen
Linen is one of the earliest products known to civilization. Flax from which linen is made is one of the oldest agricultural plants in the world.
Over 5000 years ago the Egyptian named it the “woven moonlight” Linen is the most ancient vegetable fabric known to man. Flax is the raw material of linen. Today flax is a prestigious, expensive fiber and only produced in small quantities. Linen fabric has a high natural luster and their natural color ranges between shades of ivory, tan or gray. It’s highly absorbent and will remove perspiration from the skin. Perfect for a hot, humid and dry weather. Linen is a natural product the more it is washed the softer and luminous it becomes. Freshly washed linen has a natural fragrance and gives a sense of well-being.