natural fiber fabrics

Go natural. All natural. Natural clothing will improve your health, comfort, and carbon footprint. It's the best alternative to your birthday suit. We discuss the benefits and properties of clothing that is made of natural fibers.

Silk Fabric

Silk fabric is made from silk fiber. Silk fiber is a natural protein. Insect larvae produce the protein while building their cocoons. The larvae of the mulberry...
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The Top 3 Healthy Benefits of Natural Underwear

Skivvies, undies, underwear, under-roos, panties, boxers or briefs, chonies, neglige, unmentionables - whatever you call them, we all want the same things from our...
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How To: Go Natural

Ok - so let's do this. Let's get you in natural clothing. It might seem daunting at first, but it's actually easy! And we're here...

Hemp Clothing

what is hemp? Hemp is an extremely durable and comfortable natural fiber with great potential to be grown sustainably. The fiber is collected from a plant in...

Cotton Fabric

Cotton fabric is made from cotton fiber. Cotton fiber is naturally occurring and grows as a protective casing around the seeds of a cotton shrub....

Jute & Linen Clothing

Jute clothing is made out of the vegetable fiber jute, which is known as 'the golden fiber'. Jute fiber is derived from plants in the Chorchorus...
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Semi-Synthetic Fabric: Rayon, Modal, Lyocell, & Cupro

Rayon fabric, modal fabric, lyocell fabric, and Cupro are made of cellulosic fibers. Cellulosic fibers are created with a natural polymer called cellulose, which is a structural component...

The Differences Between Synthetic, Semi-synthetic, & Natural Fibers

natural fiber Natural fibers include: silk, cotton, cashmere, sheep wool, alpaca, hemp, linen, and jute. A natural fiber is collected from plants or animals. It's that simple. semi-synthetic fiber Some textile fibers are semi-synthetic. Semi-synthetic...