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Types of materials
Meet the materials our products are made of, their origin, features, labels and everything that is necessary for you to make the right choice for yourself.

Natural fibers
Bamboo - Completely natural fibers / mixture of bamboo and eco cotton fibers. It gives extremely comfortable feeling of coolness.
Cotton [CO/BW] - Natural fiber of vegetable origin that absorbs moisture very well. It can be ironed at higher temperatures as well. By special processing cotton can acquire great look, which prevents creasing and reduces shrinkage.
Silk [SE] - Natural material of luxurious look, pleasurable for skin. Care is slightly more demanding.
Linen [LI] - Material that absorbs moisture very well and has natural glow. It can be washed and ironed at high temperatures.

Natural origin fibers
Viscose [VI] - Regenerated cellulose fiber. Material is pleasant to the touch and for wearing.
Modal [CMD] - Regenerated cellulose fiber of high tensile strength and high elasticity module. Material is pleasant to the touch, softer than viscose and pleasant for wearing.
Acetate - Modified cellulose. This material has a pleasant look, falls well and is full to the touch, with low creasing. Care at low temperatures is simple.

Modern fibers
Polyamide [PA, PA6, PA66] - Synthetic fiber, firm and durable, does not crease. Care at low temperatures is simple.
Polyester [PES] - Synthetic fiber, can be similar to wool, silk or cotton. Polyester is firm, durable, does not crease or shrink. Care is simple and it dries fast as well.
Elastane [EL] - This material has high extensibility and elasticity. In mixtures with other fibers it is used for products that adhere to the body.
Laundry maintenance
Every woman shall be more satisfied with her nicely adhesive fashionable underwear, which shall emphasize her beauty even more. In order for the underwear to keep its form, colour, elasticity and other features, it is highly important to warn about proper underwear care. Sewn label on each model carries the marks for underwear care which, unfortunately, many women do not know about or do not consider during the process of washing.
Underwear, especially with sewn busk, as a rule should be washed manually. However, contemporary way of life and lack of time force us to wash most of our laundry and the rest of clothes in washing machines. In order for you to still preserve the beauty of those pieces of underwear, wash them in a special net bag that will keep the form and appearance of the underwear during the washing process.
Are you afraid that your underwear shall tinge? You can avoid that by not washing white, that is, light coloured underwear with the underwear of other colours. Dark underwear often contains more colours, so it is recommended to wash it manually for the first time and in that way remove superfluous colour.
With the ítems with foam cups it is important that they do not crease too much, deflect or break, since that deforms the shape of foam cup. It is highly important that the washing machine is not overfull, especially when washing foam cup bras. Due to the weight of the laundry they might crease. When you take the bra off the washing machine, adjust the cups before you put them to dry.
Generally a rule is valid that white pieces of underwear are washed with universal washing substances. With coloured models detergent for delicate laundry should be used. The softener is not applied since it decreases firmness of the fibers and increases the possibility of laundry stretching with time. Apart from this, the additives in the softener fill the fine pores between the fibers, so that webbing does not drain the moisture as efficient as in the beginning. We do not wash any piece of underwear at the highest temperature (90°C)!Contemporary materials and washing substances enable a satisfying cleanliness at lower temperatures already.
After washing we hang the underwear, but we never dry it at sun. Direct exposure to the influence of the sun can cause the laundry to become yellow. Additionally, drying on the air is far much better for the durability of the underwear than drying in the machine. After drying, ironing of the most models is not necessary, nor recommended.
In maintenance of the underwear signs for maintenance listed on the sewn labels can help.

Swimwear maintenance
Sun creams, sea or chlorinated pool water respectively, and especially in combination and under the influence of the sun and heat, damage the bathing suits, mostly elastic and elastomer in the fiber. In order for you to extend the lifetime of the product you should stick to the instructions for care and maintenance:
  1. After the usage of bathing suits wash them manually with the substance for washing coloured or delicate laundry at 30°C. Rinse them good with clean water.
  2. Wet bathing suits should not be packed until they are completely dried.
  3. We keep our bathing suits on air, not in plastic bags.
  4. Firm and foam cups are washed so that they are not crumpled. The dried ones are folded one into the other to keep their original form.
  5. Fluorescent gleaming colours under the influence of sun beams usually lose their intensity.
  6. Golden and easy prints lose their original gleam with time. Wash them gently in a lot of water.
  7. Presence of grease (oil, sun creams, sweat) damages the elastomer, so it is important to stick to the maintenance instructions.
Maintenance symbols
Sewn label on each model carries the marks for underwear care which, unfortunately, many women do not know about or do not consider during the process of washing.
If you want the laundry to keep its form, colour, elasticity and other features, remind yourself on this place about the meaning of certain symbols.
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Size calculation
The first thing we determine is the basic size, which is based upon the volume of the body immediately under the breasts (on the sketch marked with 2). We measure across the back in the height of dorsal neck and in the front under the breast fold. In this way we get the basic sizes: 65, 70, 75, 80, 85 and so on. They are determined so that they correspond to the volume of 2 centimeters lower and 2 centimeters higher than the stated. That means that, for example, the size 80 corresponds to the measured volume of 78 – 82 centimeters below the breasts.
Then we measure the breast volume (on the sketch marked with 1). We put the tailoring meter across the back in the height of the dorsal neck (on the place where the bra is usually buttoned up), and across the breasts and breast bone to the breast cavity.
This measure we further compare to formerly measured volume under the breasts:

- If the breast volume is bigger than the volume under the breasts for 12 – 14 centimeters, cups A shall probably fit you,
- If it is bigger for 14 – 16 centimeters, cups B,
- If it is bigger for 16 – 18 centimeters, cups C,
- If it is bigger for 18 – 20 centimeters, cups D,
- If it is bigger for 20 – 22 centimeters, cups E, that is,
- If it is bigger for 22 – 24 centimeters, cups F.

Thus, if the volume under the breasts is 80 centimeters, and the breast volume between 96 and 98 centimeters, it is most likely that the bra with the size label 80C shall fit you.
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