Premium fabrics and expert cuts combine in Plein Sud's collection. Whether you prefer blouses and shirts, or T-shirts, long-sleeve and short-sleeve separates, there’s a piece that perfectly captures the brand’s contemporary spirit.
Demonstrating Plein Sud's signature style, each piece is feminine yet modern; expect floral prints, romantic ruffles and lace trims. Wear yours casually with jeans and sneakers, layered underneath tailoring or tucked in with a skirt.
Whether your garment is cotton or cotton-blend, there is the possibility that it may shrink if not properly cared for. As cotton is prone to shrinkage, it’s best to clean in water that is 30°C or below. This will help avoid color fading and dye transfer. Cotton pieces can then be gently stretched to restore the original shape. Air dry cotton naturally.
Made from the fibers of the flax plant, linen is simple to care for and can generally be both hand and machine washed. It can usually be washed by hand or in the washing machine, and will actually benefit by regular laundering as it becomes softer over time. Typically, linen can be washed in lukewarm or cold water, on a gentle machine cycle and with a mild detergent is best at protecting the material’s fibers. This will help prevent color fade. Avoid using bleach and fabric softener on linen, and never wring the fabric after hand washing. Remove your linen as soon as possible after washing to avoid wrinkles, and leave to dry flat naturally. Store your linen garments in a cool, dry place, and avoid wrapping them in plastic.
Silk is a beautifully luxurious fabric, and often requires special care to keep it looking its best. Before attempting to clean your silk item, we recommend checking the care label for instructions as some silk is dry clean only, and others are washable. Some silk products are labeled as strictly ‘Dry Clean Only’, while others have ‘Dry Clean’ as the recommended cleaning method but may also be hand washed or machine washed. If you do decide to hand wash silk, always use lukewarm water and a specific, mild detergent in order to protect the silk’s natural properties. Turn the item inside out, and soak for up to 30 minutes, then rinse with cool water to remove any remaining soap. Silk should not be tumble dried, and instead can be laid flat to dry naturally. If you need to clean in the machine, first place in a laundry bag, select a delicate, cold-water cycle and remove promptly once the cycle has finished to reduce wrinkles. If the care label on your silk item says that it can be ironed, then use a low iron setting and ideally iron while it is still slightly damp.
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