Mulberry Silk Robe - Varanasi Blue

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100% mulberry silk.

Breathable, lightweight and temperature regulating for your utmost comfort.

Tailored in a Fairtrade tailoring unit using eco-friendly mulberry silk.

Details include French seams with pockets at sides.

Machine washable.

Printed by hand using the artisan techniques of block printing. Slight irregularities in colour and patterns are characteristic of block printing, making each piece unique. These imperfections are embraced as a sign of the garment's authenticity and its hand made beauty.

Low impact, AZO free dyes are used in block printing. All water is treated & recycled.

As there is no stretch in the silk, our loungewear is designed to be a comfortable, relaxed fit. If you are on the cusp of a size, we recommend going up a size but please use our size chart for accurate measurements.

Testimonials

★★★★★

I bought them for my mum and they've changed her life. She is always going on about them... Best nights sleep shes had in ages and she says her skin feels so smooth.

Verified customer
★★★★★

My fiance bought this pillowcase for me in Christmas of 2020 to help with my skin and acne. Other silk pillowcases have dyes or added chemicals that have made my skin irritated. However, since using this pillowcase, my skin has improved and surprisingly my hair is healthier as well. My fiance loved the pillowcase so much that I ended up buying one for her. I recommend this pillowcase to anyone that is looking for good quality silk.

Verified customer

ETHICAL TAILORING

It is essential that our products are tailored in a principled manner, the alternative is just not an option for us. Committed to always using ethical tailoring units, The Ethical Silk Company products are made in Fairtrade tailoring unit Mehera Shaw, located in Jaipur, India. By partnering with Fairtrade units, we, and our customers can have peace of mind in the production of our products.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Committing to our social responsibility, The Ethical Silk Company has pledged to donate 10% profits to charity. Having visited the Jeevan Jyothi AIDS Centre in Theni, and witnessed first hand the tireless work carried out by the staff, I decided to pledge 5% company profits to the centre. Focus Ireland, a charity that works to prevent people becoming, remaining or returning to homelessness, also receive 5% company profits.


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