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Our mixed sea sweaters in wool

100% Made in France, we are proud to present our mixed sweaters, designed and manufactured in our workshop in Beausse-sur-Mer, on the Côte d’Émeraude in Brittany.

These mixed sweaters, adult size, thanks to their slim fite, suitable for both men and women.

We manufacture sweaters in 100% wool, in 50% wool/50% acrylic and 50% cotton/50% acrylic.

To ensure its quality, each sweater is carefully controlled throughout our manufacturing process: knitting, press, cutting, assembly, finishing, ironing.

The wool coils arriving in our workshop are also carefully checked.

Mixed sea sweaters in wool Baie des Caps are available in a range of sizes and colors to suit all tastes and needs. They are also available in a variety of styles, ranging from round neck sweaters to V-neck sweaters.

These sea sweaters are perfect for a casual outfit, but can also be worn for more formal occasions. They are elegant and timeless, and can be easily matched to other wardrobe clothing.

In addition to being warm and comfortable, sea sweaters mixed in wool Baie des Caps are also durable and easy to maintain. They are carefully manufactured to ensure superior quality and long life.

In addition to offering mixed sea sweaters in wool, the website Baie des Caps also offers a complete range of mixed fashion clothing and accessories. You can find everything you need to complete your outfit.

In summary, if you are looking for beautiful sea sweaters in quality wool, the website Baie des Caps is an excellent choice. With a wide selection of sizes, colors and styles available, you will surely find what you need to complete your wardrobe.

Mixed mode

Mixed fashion, also called "uniexe", is a movement that aims to create clothing and accessories that can be worn by all people, regardless of their sex. This trend has accelerated in recent years, partly because of the emergence of new perspectives on gender identity and the increasing acceptance of self-expression.

Mixed fashion opposes the traditional division of the garment into "masculin" and "feminine" and aims to create versatile parts that can be worn by everyone. It often includes more androgyne cuts and patterns, as well as colours and prints that are traditionally not associated with a particular sex.

In addition to allowing people to express themselves freely through their dress styles, mixed fashion also has ecological benefits. By creating clothing that can be worn by everyone, we reduce waste associated with the production of gender-specific clothing.

In a word, mixed fashion is a booming movement that aims to create clothing and accessories that can be worn by everyone, regardless of sex. It generally includes more androgyne cuts and patterns, as well as traditionally gender-specific colours and prints, and has ecological benefits by reducing waste associated with manufacturing. produces gender clothing.

The maintenance guide

It is important to keep your clothes in French wool well in order to keep them in good condition as long as possible. Here are some tips to take care of your wool clothes:

Wash them by hand with cold water and a soft soap. Avoid putting them in the washing machine, because it can distort and damage them. If you have to put them in the machine, use a delicate cycle and a special washing bag for wool clothing.

Dry your clothes flat, away from direct heat sources. If you need to suspend them, use wooden or flexible plastic hangers to avoid distortion.

Put your wool clothes in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to the direct sunlight, which can discolor them.

If you need to iron your wool clothes, make it at low temperature and use a wet cloth to protect the fabric.

Following these tips, you can enjoy your French wool clothes for many years. Remember that taking care of your clothes is a long-term investment that allows you to achieve long-term savings.

The virtues of wool

Here are some of the reasons why wool is an ideal material for hats and scarves:

The wool is naturally hot: thanks to its hollow and insulating fibers, the wool is naturally hot and allows to maintain the warmth of your body. It is especially useful to protect you from cold in winter.

Wool is breathable: unlike synthetic materials, wool is able to breathe and evacuate moisture, making it comfortable to wear even when it is hot. It is therefore always good to have a small scarf or a hat in your wardrobe for the coldest days.

Wool is resistant: wool is a robust and durable material that is resistant to friction and stains. It also has excellent form retention, which means that it does not fade easily. Your accessory is not ready to leave you.

Wool is ecological: wool is a natural material that can be produced ethically and sustainably. It is also recyclable and biodegradable.

By choosing wool hats and scarves, you enjoy all these benefits, while opting for a quality product that will keep you warm all winter. So don't hesitate to invest in wool accessories to stay warm all season!

The work of wool

 

Wool is an increasingly valuable and versatile material that has been used by artisans in the Brittany region for centuries to make warm and durable clothing.

Here are some of the different ways to work wool in our workshop to make clothes:

Tricot : You've probably seen it already, it's a hand weaving technique that consists of threading knitting needles with wool and making it pass over and below the needles to create a fabric. The Breton knitters are known for their hand knitted wool sweaters, which are very warm and comfortable.

Filing : filage is the process of processing raw wool into yarn of wool. The Breton craftsmen often use a wheel to spin the wool, which consists of a handle with a manually operated wheel torso the yarn wool. We now use more efficient machines but the wheel breathes authenticity.

Teinture : dyeing is the process of dyeing wool. Breton craftsmen often used plants and minerals to paint wool in different colours, creating unique shades of colours for their wool clothing.

Weaving : weaving is the process of fabric creation by entering wool wires. The Breton craftsmen often used manual or mechanical weave jobs to weave wool fabrics to make clothing. It is thanks to this process that we can determine the thickness of our wool.