Natural raw silk, the so-called bureta, is a type of linen that is extremely durable.
Unlike cotton, it does not rub off and wear out so quickly.
In India, this valued material is used to make traditional, elegant dresses.
It is an incredibly durable fabric.
After many, many washings, its durability is still the same.
Use can be seen mainly from the fact that over the course of many, many washes, the thread gently thinns, but it does not have a tendency to chafing like cotton.
It looks a bit like linen mixed with cotton.
Nevertheless, it is a silk that after the first wash becomes limp, charmingly flowing and very soft to the touch, and characteristically "inhibits" when you move your finger (raw silk - literally translated raw silk).
It is not a smooth fabric.
It has visible balls and threads.
It can also have threads of a different color woven in.
It is a natural thing that is characteristic of this fabric.
Small ecru balls can remain on dark tights.
To avoid this, iron the garments as recommended.
Then the threads will fall.
Raw printed silk is natural raw silk onto which the print was applied.
This makes the fabric thicker.
However, it does not lose the characteristics of this fabric (see above).
Organic cottonwith hemp, breathes beavers.
It is ideal in warm and humid climates as it resists mold and absorbs moisture, and protects against the sun.
It is antiallergic and bactericidal.
After each wash, it is softer, and thanks to the great strength of the hemp fibers, the products will last a long time.
This is one of the most ecological fabrics in the world.
Its cultivation does not require much water (half as much as cotton) or the use of pesticides, it displaces weeds, controls soil erosion and produces oxygen.
It is a renewable resource, grown in just 100 days and used 100% in the production process: seeds for the production of oil and dietary supplements, and the stems are processed into fibers.
The fabric has a Fair trade GOTS and Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certificate and is made in Poland.