6 Sustainable Linen Brands You’ll Be Wearing This Summer
Some nights I dream of cocktails in Greece, other nights, I dream of linen.
Linen is that raw looking fabric you see on men with man-buns in Melbourne, and babe bloggers in Bali.
Linen has quickly become one of the most popular natural fibres on the block, dressing Beyonce, Judi Dench, Gwyneth Paltrow, and many more celebs who stay cool, trendy, and (most likely accidentally) eco-friendly.
It’s no surprise linen has become so popular, and it’s certainly not just for the celebs and Instagrammers.
Linen is a sturdy, durable fabric, made from flax fibers. It doesn’t stretch, keeps you fresh in summer, warm in winter, and is lint free. To add to linen’s fantastic resume, it’s also known as an incredibly sustainable fabric. Linen is gentle on the planet when manufactured, and easy to break down at the end of its lifespan.
Linen lovers, welcome.
Linen newbies, prepare to fall in love.
Image via Linen Fox