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An overall comfort during the heat waves | Introducing light weight linen clothing

Clothing is an effective tool for the human body to adapt to various climates. We all seek to keep our bodies in an appropriate thermal and wet state; that is why our clothes should not only provide us visual comfort but by no means be functional, climate adaptable, and comfortable. It is also crucial to find clothes that provide comfort state because clothes come into direct contact with our skin.

Light weight linen clothes are life savers in extremely hot and humid environments. This is because they are made from light weight (140 g/m) linen fabric that allows air to circulate more freely compared to medium-weight fabric. As a result, they have superior moisture absorption, ventilation, evaporation of sweat, and drying qualities, and they effectively prevent clothing from becoming stuck to the skin.

The overall comfort during the heat waves is also largely determined by the clothing design, features, and fit. Having this in mind, our light weight linen garments are relaxed, flowy, and loose-fitting. All those structural features having sensory comfort factors in mind provide our customers with garments that are once again one of the most effective tools to fight against thermal stress during harsh environmental conditions.

Our light weight linen fabric is less share than other light weight linen fabrics because of the gingham pattern, and our customers love wearing the clothes without extra linings. However, more sensitive people might consider wearing nude-colored undergarments to prevent visible lines. Also, like always with linen, lighter-colored linen fabrics tend to be sheerer than darker-colored fabrics.