Silk: A Gift From Nature

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Silk is the thinnest material on the planet with an incredibly soft, smooth, and fine texture. It is more delicate than a baby's skin, finer than a spider web, and ten times thinner than a human hair. It is 200 times stronger than steel by weight while also softer than cotton. It is truly a gift from nature and has earned its reputation as one of the most desirable and luxurious fabrics in the world.  

What Are The Benefits of Silk?

  • Silk is an incredibly strong and long-lasting natural fiber. It doesn’t pill and retains its shape and elasticity.
  • Silk is hypoallergenic and naturally moisture-wicking. You will stay fresh and dry for a very long time.
  • Silk is naturally antibacterial which increases hygiene and helps reduce odor causing bacteria.  Silk also doesn’t hold onto odors.
  • Silk is incredibly lightweight and smooth. It can be worn as an inner/outer layer or on its own.
  • Silk is very soft and doesn't itch. It has a luxurious look and feel and is something you immediately don't want to take off. Silk underwear is popular because of the hygiene benefits and luxurious feeling it provides.  



What  is Mulberry Silk?

When it comes to the silk of the utmost softness, there's a standout: Mulberry silk. Celebrated for its unmatched soft and smooth feel, Mulberry silk is widely recognized as the most exquisite and luxurious silk in the market, which is why we exclusively source sustainable Mulberry Silk for all our products. 

Is Silk Really That Warm?

With its hollow structure, silk contains significantly more air pockets than other materials. Since air is a powerful insulator, the more air between you and your environment, the warmer you’ll be. This porosity makes silk much warmer than most materials. 

Is Silk Suitable for Winter?

Silk is one of the best fibers for cold because it wicks moisture away from the body while insulating with its porous structure, helping you effectively regulate body temperature. It also absorbs less moisture than wool and is warmer than cotton.


The Marvels of Wool
The Marvels of Wool