We are very proud that from the very beginning we produce our clothes in Poland, using the highest quality fabrics.
We sew from quality materials:
viscose - breathable, delicate, light, pleasant to the touch
Viscose is a synthetic fibre obtained from natural renewable raw materials. It is characterized by very high breathability. This quality of the material makes it perfect for the summer. The viscose is also very delicate and pleasant to the touch, ensuring full wearing comfort.
How to wash and care for your viscose:
- For first time washing, soak the product in ice water to avoid cloth shrinking and loss of colour
- Wash by hand, gently, without rubbing hard, on the left side. The water temperature should not exceed 30ºC. High temperature weakens the fibres and affects their colour
- After washing, hang the product out to dry. Avoid tumble drying, which damages viscose fibres
- Viscose has a high tendency to deform and therefore creases very easily. Use a steam iron for easier ironing
- ironing Iron inside out on low heat
Cotton - soft, comfortable, breathable, everyday
Cotton is a natural fibre derived from cotton seeds. It has high tensile resistance, is breathable, and helps regulate heat, making it very comfortable to wear.
How to wash and care for cotton:
- Cotton can be machine washed and hand washed. To prevent the fabric from shrinking, wash at 30ºC
- Place delicate products in a mesh bag to avoid hooking and twisting during the washing cycle.
- After washing, hang the product out to dry. Avoid tumble drying, which damages cotton fibres
- Iron inside out on low heat
Linen - light, airy, breathable, anti-allergic
Linen is a natural material; its yarn is durable and highly resistant to friction and stretching. It is characterized by high breathability and lightness. It is a breathable, quick-drying material that is comfortable to use, ideal for travel and warm months.
How to wash and care for linen:
- Wash at low speed at 30ºC. High temperature weakens fibres and affects their colour
- After washing, hang the product out to dry. Avoid drying in a tumble dryer that destroys linen fibres
- Avoid hanging the product on wire hangers; they can leave traces and push out the shoulders
- Linen creases easily, so it's worth using a steam iron to make the product smoother