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Instantly elevate your summer wardrobe with our customer favorite. It's light, airy, and linen fabric is stone-washed for softness and Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified. Cut for a relaxed fit, gathered at each tier with belted waist to define waistline. Flouncy tiers fall to an elegant midi length. Pair it with slip on sandals.
About the collection
Either you are reading travel books in the garden, taking a walk in the nearby meadow or exploring foreign islands, we want you to feel beautiful in all corners of the Earth. Our Summer Wanderlust collection is designed with a free-spirited, adventurous and worldly woman in mind. This season we are offering lightness and femininity to carry you wherever the summer calls you.
The colorful linen is sourced in Latvia, in one of the three Baltic States, well-known for the diverse and pristine nature. Our linen carries the STANDARD 100 BY OEKO-TEX® certificate, which is a worldwide independent testing and certification system, testing products for harmful substances during all stages of the manufacturing process. All garments are also proudly made in Latvia, European Union, by highly skilled artisan women with years of experience.
To ensure your linen garments last long and have a successful life, you must know how to take care of linen. For that, you will need to know only a couple of care instructions, as it is easy to look after linen.
Submerge linen into a clean sink filled with lukewarm water and add a pinch of mild detergent. Leave it soak for about 10 minutes and then use gentle swishing motions. Do not twist or scrub the cloth. Once done, rinse the garment in clean water until soap-free.
It goes without saying – whites, colours and darks – should be washed in separate batches to avoid any potential colour bleeding. If possible, do a separate load only for linen. Choose a gentle cycle where water is lukewarm or cold and add a dash of detergent. Once the cycle is finished immediately remove the clothes from the machine to avoid any added creasing.
You can use a tumble dryer, but you need to follow two rules. Choose cool temperature and remove garments while they are still damp to avoid over-drying, as it can make linen stiff. If you don’t want to use a tumble dryer, just hang out to dry.
Moisture and steam are your best friends. If possible, set your iron on a linen setting and iron while the garment is still damp. If your garment has dried completely, spray some water and add steam while ironing.
|Color:||Available in a range of colors|
|Material:||100% Pure Linen|