While our dresses are undeniably fashionable, the use of silk fabric is what really takes them to the next level. Silk is a natural temperature regulator so you’ll be warm in winter and cool in summer. Functional and stylish, buying our silk dresses for women is a decision without consequence.
Learn more about this luxurious natural protein fiber below.
MOMME: Pronounced 'moe-mie', it is Japanese form of measurement used to grade the weight of Silk. Abbreviated as 'mm', it expresses the weight in pounds of a piece of material sized 45 inches by 100 yards. The higher the momme weight, the heavier and denser the silk weave will be.
SILK GRADE: Silk quality is graded A, B, or C, with Grade 6A being the best. Grade A Silk is top-grade silk that can be unraveled without silk floss breaking. When stretched out, a single silk floss can be as long as a mile.
BIAS CUT: A technique of cutting fabric on the diagonal grain (at 45°), rather than the straight across the grain. The technique causes the fabric to fall and drape in a way that creates a slinky silhouette.
SATIN: A weaving technique that produces a characteristically lustrous material, typically with a glossy top surface and a matte underside. Using Silk in a Satin weave creates a particularly lustrous fabric.