Cotton women's clothing nice and airy and cool

What could be nicer to wear in a warm summer than airy cool cotton clothing. Especially for women over 50 who regularly suffer from menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and excessive perspiration, it is nice to wear cotton clothing. Cotton absorbs moisture very well, is washable and dries quickly. Many advantages of cotton it is a very suitable application for young and old.

Our cotton collection includes cotton dresses, cotton sweaters, cotton cardigans and cotton tunics sustainably produced in the Netherlands by the Knit Factory brand.

Viscose women's clothing

Viscose clothing is also known as rayon and is an artificial fiber produced from wood pulp. The advantages are:

  1. Soft texture: Viscose has a silky smooth texture that feels pleasant on the skin. This makes it comfortable to wear, especially in hot weather.
  2. Breathability: Viscose has excellent breathability, which means that it absorbs and wicks away moisture well. This makes it a good choice for summer clothing as it helps to keep the wearer cool and dry.
  3. Shiny appearance: Viscose naturally has a shiny appearance that is similar to silk. This gives garments made of viscose an elegant and luxurious look.
  4. Colourfulness: Viscose absorbs dyes well, resulting in bright and vibrant colours. This makes it easy to find viscose clothing in all sorts of colors and patterns.
  5. Good drape: Viscose has excellent drape, which means that it falls smoothly around the body and conforms to the contours. This makes it ideal for making flowy dresses, skirts and blouses.
  6. Mix with other fibres: Viscose can easily be mixed with other fibres, such as cotton, polyester or wool, to adjust the properties of the fabric. This allows the comfort of viscose to be combined with the durability or elasticity of other fibres.
  7. Environmental friendliness: Although viscose is synthetic, it is produced from renewable resources, such as wood pulp. This generally makes it more environmentally friendly than some other synthetic fibers. However, there are also environmental issues associated with viscose production, such as the use of chemicals in the processing process.
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