We just wish you could feel our fabrics; just one touch and you will know you've made the right choice. So soft they feel like silk; so durable they will last and last. Try them on, look in the mirror, feel the weight and the way they drape, you'll be delighted with what you see and how you feel. Flattering and stylish, feminine and elegant. So comfortable you wont want to take them off.
Our bamboo viscose fabric makes you feel good inside and out, knowing it is produced ethically and sustainably.
Benefits of Bamboo!
Luxuriously soft: Bamboo fabric is super soft and feels like a combination between silk and cotton. Bamboo fabric is often compared to the softness and luxurious feeling of cashmere.
Regulates body temperature: Bamboo fabric clothing has micro-gaps, which aid in ventilation, meaning they trap cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter to regulate your body temperature. This means you stay a few degrees cooler in the summer months, and a few degrees warmer in the winter months.
Absorbent & moisture wicking: The porous nature of bamboo fabric also means it is three to four times more absorbent than cotton, allowing it to wick and absorb perspiration away from the body, keeping you dry, comfortable and clean all day long.
Anti-odour: Bamboo clothing naturally has anti-bacterial properties to fight odour. It needs washing less frequently which makes it more environmentally friendly.
Amazingly durable: Our bamboo fabric lasts and lasts and retains colour exceptionally well. It is also biodegradable so you can bury it in your garden should you need to dispose of it!
Non-irritating fabrics: The naturally smooth fibers of bamboo fabric lie flat against the skin, limiting skin irritation and sensitivity. Making it a convenient solution for sensitive and easily irritated skin. It is also anti static, so no embarrassing clingy moments!
No chemical pesticides: Bamboo can grow organically without the use of pesticides because it is naturally disease and pest resistant. Making it a better natural alternative to cotton, as conventional cotton is one of the most intensely sprayed crops in the world?!