All About Linen
Linen is extremely durable, breathable, anti-bacterial, anti-allergenic, ant-bacterial, even humidity & heat friendly. And don't worry, it's quite easy to take care of!
We’ve talked a lot about linen already, but it’s still so much to be said. We are lucky our linen production partner “Klasikine Tekstile” is situated next door to our office, thus we are happy to invite you all to the backstage of linen production, where you can see the complexity of the process.
Linen is completely natural and is a fully biodegradable resource! Non-biodegradable clothes, which are synthetic textiles, such as polyester, spandex, nylon & rayon, might take between 20 to 200 years to fully biodegrade. Linen in the meantime can decompose in as little as 2 weeks if it is all-natural.
We already talked about the great qualities of linen fabric, but still questions arise as to why linen is more expensive than other fibers? Let us take a look at that.
You might feel a bit uncomfortable putting your beloved Classic Dress to a washing machine, but linen fabric is very easy to take care of, so put the fear aside and follow our step by step guide to taking care of your linen dress.
Linen clothes are sometimes considered being difficult to care for, and we want to assure it’s not at all the truth. Linen is actually very easy to launder, we just need to understand its needs, hopes, dreams, and fears.
Linen offers fashion designers unlimited creative potential and wearers lasting enjoyment. No other fiber can offer this unique blend of luxury and comfort, supreme elegance and down-to-earth practicality.
Son de Flor has been designing garments using varied linen colors but only one type of weave style. This Fall we introduced a new type of linen weave to our offer -twill. How is it different from the linen used before? Let’s explore both types of weaves a bit more.