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Organic fibers

Comfort, quality, and wearability are paramount. Especially when wearing clothing for many hours a day. However, creating menique clothing alone is not enough. We seek to do the right thing and want to feel good about everything we create. In an effort to be as eco-conscious as possible, we grew to appreciate living sustainably, in harmony with our surroundings.

From the natural and sustainable materials we use to how we develop and create our styles. From our hands to your doorstep, each piece of the item has gone through a number of quality control tests for strength and softness.

Earth-friendly fabric

Linen is a sustainable textile carefully made from the fibers of the flax plant which makes it biodegradable, leaving behind a small environmental footprint.

Carefully sourced material

Organically grown Merino wool comes from nature meaning that it is a 100% recyclable and renewable resource. It is flexible, bends softly against the skin, and does not itch at all.

A team of experienced professionals cut, sew, wash, dye and iron menique pieces. No machine can be smart enough to replace human beings.

Luxurious wool fabric

Cashmere's origin in the soft undercoat of cashmere goats contributes to its luxury status, with its fine, lightweight fibers prized for their exceptional warmth and luxurious softness.

Softness of fluffy fibers

Sourced from the fluffy fibers surrounding the seeds of the cotton plant, is a natural fabric prized for its softness, breathability, and comfort.

OEKO-TEX certification

Our garments hold the OEKO-TEX certification, ensuring they are free of harmful chemicals.

WOOLMARK certification

Some of our garments have the Woolmark certification, assuring top-quality wool and strict production standards.

FAQ about our materials

Make sure to check the care label on the individual item.

Merino wool.Always machine wash at 30 °C on a gentle cycle, and with similar colors. Do not tumble dry and make sure that when ironing you use a low temperature. Never use bleaches or softeners.

Linen. Machine wash in lukewarm or cold water on gentle cycle or linen wash setting, and with similar colors. Never use bleaches or softeners. Tumble dry on low heat or hang to dry for the best results. No iron necessary – enjoy the natural creases and crumples. However, if you still want an item pressed, use a medium-hot iron on the steam setting.

We recommend looking at the actual fabric by ordering a samples swatch. We do our best to represent products as precisely as possible online but can’t guarantee a color will display accurately on your computer screen.

Linen

As part of our ongoing commitment to sustainable clothing all menique linen products are made once you place your order. They are hand cut and then sewed by highly experienced seamstresses. This method decreases the wastage of fabric and of finished garments.

All of our linen designs are handcrafted by our craftsman. An approximate time estimate for a linen garment production would be up to 3 weeks.

Lead time – 2-3 weeks;

Once the clothes are made, your order will be delivered via Express Shipping within 2-4 business days.

While our listings feature our top best-selling colors, we understand that you may have specific preferences. If you desire a color not currently listed, we can accommodate custom orders from a selection of colors provided here. Simply reach out to us via support@menique.comwith your preferred color choice, and we'll be happy to assist you in creating your desired garment.

Yes. Sometimes linen can shrink when washed, around 4% on average. However, linen has a tendency to relax again after the initial shrinkage, especially with subsequent wears and washes. Washing linen in cold water and air-drying it can help minimize shrinkage, and the fabric tends to regain its shape with wear.

Our curated linen style guideassists you in selecting clothing tailored to your body shape, figure type, and personal preferences, ensuring a perfect fit every time.

Merino

The distinction between 160gsm and 250gsm Merino wool lies in their respective weights, measured in grams per square meter (gsm). A higher gsm indicates a denser and heavier fabric, while a lower gsm means the fabric is lighter.

The lighter 160gsm Merino wool is well-suited for warmer weather conditions, like summer, due to its lower weight and increased breathability, making it comfortable for various activities during hot days. On the other hand, the midweight 250gsm Merino wool offers excellent insulation and thickness, making it ideal for colder weather, providing extra warmth and comfort during chilly climates.

Hence, when choosing between these two options, consider the specific weather conditions and activities to ensure the most suitable and comfortable choice for your needs.

Yes, merino wool clothing is suitable for warm weather. Its natural breathability and moisture-wicking properties help regulate body temperature, keeping you cool and comfortable even in hot conditions.

Layering merino wool clothing is an effective way to stay warm in cold weather. Start with a lightweight (160GSM) merino wool base layer to wick moisture away from the skin, add a mid-layer for insulation, and finish with a waterproof outer layer for protection against the elements.

Merino wool is prone to some pilling, especially in areas of friction like underarms or seat areas. However, high-quality merino wool garments are less prone to pilling compared to lower-quality wool blends.

At menique, we conduct extensive pilling testing to ensure our merino wool clothing maintains its quality and resists pilling over time.

No. Merino wool is known for its softness and fineness, making it much less itchy compared to traditional wool.