MO-SHMERE is a blend of Modal and Cashmere fibers that offer a soft and durable mix. Modal is a type of rayon that is made from beech trees, and it is known for its strength and color retention properties. Cashmere, on the other hand, is a luxury fiber that is soft and elegant to the touch.
The combination of these two fibers creates a unique fabric that is soft, durable, and elegant. MO-SHMERE fabric has excellent color retention, so it will maintain its vibrant color even after multiple washes. Additionally, it is non-static, which means that it won't cling to your skin or clothes.
Most importantly, MO-SHMERE fabric is extremely soft, making it comfortable to wear all day long. It can also be easily cared for as it is machine washable at 30 degrees Celsius.
Machine Washable at 30 degrees Celsius
Cashmere is considered a "living" fabric because it is made from the fine undercoat of cashmere goats. The fibers are incredibly soft and lightweight, making them a popular choice for luxury apparel & accessories. However, because cashmere is a natural fiber, it can be susceptible to pilling.
Pilling occurs when small balls of fibers accumulate on the surface of the fabric, usually in areas of high friction or wear. This can be caused by rubbing, washing, or wearing the garment. While pilling is not exclusive to cashmere, it is a common issue with natural fibers and can detract from the appearance and quality of the garment.
To prevent pilling, it is essential to care for cashmere garments properly. Avoid washing or drying them with other garments that could cause friction, and follow the care instructions carefully. Gently brushing the garment with a soft brush after wearing it can also help to remove any loose fibers that could lead to pilling.
While pilling may occur with cashmere, it does not necessarily indicate poor quality. It is a natural occurrence with all natural fibers and can be managed with proper care and maintenance. With the unique combination of Modal and Cashmere in MO-SHMERE, pilling might be less likely, but proper care is still important to maintain the quality and appearance of the fabric.