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    Casual, classy or preppy... as long as it's true Gingham

    Casual, classy or preppy... as long as it's true Gingham
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    "Mister, I don't want no trouble. I just came downtown here to get some hard rock candy for my kids, some gingham for my wife. I don't even know what gingham is, but she goes through about ten rolls a week of that stuff. I ain't looking for no trouble, Mister." - Bill Hicks

    Stay cool and feminine with lace. Vintage look for warm days

    Stay cool and feminine with lace. Vintage look for warm days
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    "Women think of all colors except the absence of color. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony" ~ Coco Chanel

    Fine, elegant, breezy and simple Broderie Anglaise looks good at any age. 

    The story of silk

    The story of silk
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    Silk is a natural, animal, raw material, a protein. An insect, called a Bombyx mori, which only eats mulberry leaves, produces it.... The Roman Empire knew silk, though they only began producing it around 550 AC. It seems the monks of the Justinian Emperor hid silkworm eggs  from Constantinople in some reeds.

    WHAT'S THE BEST FABRIC FOR A SHIRT?

    WHAT'S THE BEST FABRIC FOR A SHIRT?
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    Natural fibres are made from natural materials that have been used to make clothing for thousands of years. They're created without toxins or unnatural processes and they make your skin breath. 

    Timeless linen

    Timeless linen
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    Each of our shirts tells a story of quality and passion and shows meticulous attention to detail. We love the creased elegance of linen, exalted by a nonchalance style

    Linen is the oldest known textile ever made. It's a strong, fine and naturally breezy. Its fibre is very absorbent and shirts made of linen are valued for their exceptional coolness and freshness, especially in balmy and humid weather.

    HOW TO WASH SILK

    HOW TO WASH SILK
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    How to care for silk. Fill a bucket with cold water and a drop of baby shampoo –You may gently rub some Marseille soap on stains, if it's the case. Rinse with cold running water. Then

    How to choose a silk shirt

    How to choose a silk shirt
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    What’s the best silk? Most of us have heard about thread counts per inch (TPI) in cotton fabrics. This measure is used to understand what type of material one is so...

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