Our new Fenja undershirt in burgundy is made from a super soft soy jersey in combination with our delicate burgundy lingerie lace. Fenja has a beautiful lace strap solution - this means the slightly wider lace straps are incredibly comfortable to wear and they also create a beautiful back look. Fenja has transparent cups in the front like our bralettes - but there is only a narrow elastic in the underbust area that prevents the cups from slipping up. In this respect, Fenja can of course also be worn without a bra/bralette underneath, but it provides a little less support than our other items of clothing.
In terms of the other pieces, Fenja goes perfectly with all of the pieces that have the color name "bordeaux", for example the Hosi Theresia as shown in the picture, but also with our Rieke sleeping shorts in old pink-bordeaux or our Selena dressing gown
We manufacture our Fenja in sizes S, ML and XL.
Our loungewear, which is largely made of natural fibers, is very easy to care for. We recommend washing the pieces in the washing machine at 30 degrees on a delicate setting. Ironing is possible without any problems, but not necessary, as the elastic fibers straighten themselves out when you hang the pieces up to dry.
It would be important to avoid fabric softeners and detergents that contain bleach and to wash the pieces (especially at the beginning) with similar colors.
Handwork at the highest level
There is a part of us in every piece of laundry
Each piece of laundry was sewn with a lot of love and conscientiousness either by us, Victoria and Elisabeth, or by one of our seven great employees Mira, Monika, Rosi, Lea, Julia, Sascha and Sabrina.
You can see that in the result - and you can feel it too
Consciously sustainable sourcing
Because fair fashion begins with the materials
We obtain all our materials from overproduction and "leftovers" from the European luxury fashion industry, "rescued tips" so to speak.
We also purchase lace, rubber straps, etc. from various traditional companies, mostly from Germany and Italy.
Since 2021, almost all newly produced lace and swimwear have been made from recycled fibers.