Linen

Sometimes used as currency in ancient Egypt, linen has a long history as a go-to luxury cloth for Summer. Egyptian mummies were wrapped in linen as a symbol of light and purity, and as a display of wealth.

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Dormeuil uses the world’s finest linen fibers from France and Ireland.

Following Memorial Day Weekend, it is time to take a look at linen as we approach the hottest months of the year…

From D Philosophy SPRING 703: 412.011 (11) 75% Worsted Wool 15% Silk 10% Linen

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The naturally muted colors of linen make the fabric the perfect choice for garments that are more casual and more relaxed.

From D Philosophy SPRING 703: 412.024 (24) 75% Worsted Wool 15% Silk 10% Linen

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Linen is light and breathable with a dry hand, but creases easily. Worsted Wool adds strength, stability, and crease resistance. Silk adds a soft touch.

From Naturals bunch 503: 410.002 (17) 60% Linen 25% Worsted Wool 15% Silk

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Pure linen still has an allure when airy comfort outweighs the need for crease resistance.
 
From Naturals bunch 503: 863.701 (35) 100% Linen

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Relax, enjoy, and embrace the hot Summer weather with luxurious linen cloth by the House of Dormeuil.

Luke Mayes
Dormeuil

Rex Fabrics

825 SW 37th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33135

+1 305-448-0028

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