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  • Description

  • Matter

    Falsterbo

    THE IDEAL SUMMER CASHMERE

    Made of thin yarns where cashmere (70%) and silk (30%) blend perfectly, Falsterbo is the ideal composition for your summer cashmere knits. It is drapey and light-as-air without being see-through and the silk brings it shine and a soft and silky touch: a skillfully balanced mix that offers insulating properties with elegance.

  • Conseils d'entretien

    Despite beliefs, cashmere is a water-loving material. However, it should not be washed anyhow if you want to make it last a lifetime.

    Here are some tips for caring for your cashmere and preserving its softness.

    • Wash the cashmere every 2/3 worn, and let it air out between uses.
    • Use a detergent suitable for wool (the one we came up with is perfect!)
    • Never add fabric softener.
    • Wash cold or at 30°C maximum, in a protective cover. • Always dry your cashmere flat on a towel, away from light and heat.
    • Iron it with an iron that is not too hot and a lot of steam - if in doubt: it is best to use a damp cloth between the iron and the sweater.
    • Store your cashmere folded and not hung to preserve its cut.

  • Shipping and returns

    As weaim to please, we do acceptReturns and Exchanges at Linnea Lund.
    As all of our products are custom made and sensitive we kindly ask you to send back a product that hasn't be worn nor used.
    For any returns or exchanges, please contact us on info@linnealund.com and we will be happy to assist you in the best way possible.

In stock product are available tomorrow in our shop of 7 Rue de Furstemberg View store information

In stock product are vailable in classic delivery within 72 hours.

Returns and exchanges within 15 days

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7 Rue de Furstemberg

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

7 Rue de Furstemberg
75006 Paris
France

+33688321287

Our wool is produced in a family workshop in Cagli, Italy

Our fibers come from sustainable sheep farms in Mongolia

Parts made on demand to avoid overproduction and waste

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