Elegantes, Pijamas de Seda

Elegant, Silk Pajamas

For more than 4000 years, silk has held the position of Queen of Textiles. It is definitely the luxury fabric for people with demanding tastes.

Quoting the renowned dressmaker Oscar de la Renta, "Silk does for the body, what diamonds do for the hand." Centuries ago, legend has it that there lived a Chinese empress, Si Ling Chi, who watched a silkworm spin in its cocoon as she walked through the royal gardens every morning. She dreamed of dressing completely in fabrics made only with these fine, shiny threads that this worm produced. Thus, it was the beginning of silkworm farming 5000 years ago, and even today, the principles remain the same.

What exactly is silk and how is it made?

Silk is a fine thread with which the silkworm spins its cocoon. It is a so-called "silk" worm, because while it develops as a moth inside the cocoon, it produces silk. The thread produced by the rotating glands of this silkworm is the finest and strongest natural fiber in the world. This naturally, structurally and organically compound is very similar to human skin, because it has a high concentration of proteins, which makes it a very healthy and usable fiber in every way.

What Makes It Special

Due to the unique luster of silk, the colors radiate and acquire a luminescent character. Thanks to its extremely fine and soft fibers, the silk flows in a flexible and docile way, like caresses to the skin.

Another characteristic of silk is that it is insulating. The silk cools and heats simultaneously. Silk garments, especially the pijamas, they are perfect for summer and winter. Silk can be used as a second layer under clothing, to warm up without being bulky or bothersome. It possesses the wonderful ability to absorb moisture and perspiration, allowing the skin to breathe. Silk contributes to well-being and comfort at all times. That is why the best and most prized pajamas are made with it.

Fabric of Great Beauty

Silk is a material that presents a lot of beauty and at the same time a lot of resistance. Its smooth surface resists dirt and odors well. It has the ability to resist the most common drawbacks of clothing fabrics; does not wrinkle, does not tear and dries very quickly and efficiently. It is also hypoallergenic, it does not produce discomfort or discomfort generated by allergies. For people with skin allergies, silk can be a godsend.

This fabric has been known and adored in a memorable way throughout history; He has dressed kings and queens, emperors and how much nobility has existed during history. It has been the subject of many stories and lyrical songs, poems and stories that highlight its harmonizing virtues, beauty and elegance and its indelible relationship with good taste, healthiness, comfort and above all its naturalness and wonderful versatility. You just need to get a few sets of pajamas for your daily use, and you can see firsthand all these claims

The Best Among All Fabrics

Among all the fabrics available, the fabric of silk it is the most expensive and richest. It is considered in all countries, regardless of culture and sense of dress. Silk can vary from country to country, the name can be changed, but the main material of the fabric, which is silk, does not change and maintains elegance throughout the ages and styles. There are many other types of fabrics such as Cotton, Crepe, Georgette, Satin, Chiffon Fabric, Stretch Fabric, Tissue. Apart from cotton and silk, all the others are synthetic fabrics.

That is why silk fabric can be used as a cloth for clothing or as an upholstery fabric; and to produce savannas and luxury pajamas. Silk is simply incomparable when its sensual touch and softness count as protection when enjoying rest and daily sleep. Usually, when you are going to decorate a tin society home, you will choose silk fabric like curtains. Silk fabric has a natural sheen and softness that adds style and grandeur that other fabrics do not.

This natural fabric is also one of the most durable fabrics out there. Associated with luxury and style, silk fabric has its own style statement. Not only in the past, but also today, silk is a symbol of wealth, and success. The durability of silk is more than proven. Among all the natural fabrics used to make clothes, silk is the most resistant. The test is simple. By taking a steel filament of a defined diameter and taking a silk cloth of the same diameter, it will be possible to experience that the steel filament is destroyed before the silk cloth.

A lot of advantages

The other advantages of buying silk fabric is that it has a shiny look and gives all clothing elegance and freshness, be it a Pijama, a wedding dress or an evening dress or a party dress. Silk fabric can be chosen as the main material for creating and making a wide variety of pajamas, and have the best sleep in the world. Beautiful embroidery can be done on the fabric or used plain without any embroidery work. Silk fabric is also comfortable and airy, as its moisture wicking ability is excellent, making it cool in summers and warm in winters.

Silk cloth is actually protein cloth; Its high glossy quality and smoothness is due to the protein produced by the worm. As already mentioned, silk fabric is a fabric produced by the threads produced by silk caterpillars. To produce silk fibers, silkworms are grown in large numbers. Silk caterpillars live on some specific trees and eat their leaves to live. These braids are grown to grow these worms.

Before the moth silkworm hatches, the cocoons are soaked in hot water to produce filaments. These filaments are then spun to form silk fibers that are processed into the highly valued and sought-after silk fabric.

It is very true that you can find a large quantity of variety of silk on the market; such as chiffon fabric, Chinese silk, cotton silk, organza, crepe silk, satin silk, etc. But all these fabrics are chemically and artificially made.

There are mainly four types of natural silk fabrics. These are mulberry silk, taser silk, muga silk and eri silk. Among these, mulberry silk is the most popular and expensive. It is produced by the Bombyx mori worm, which feeds entirely on the leaves of the mulberry plant, hence its name.