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  • Memeri Pure Silk Belly Warmer (Regular/Long)

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    Now in two sizes - Regular or Extra Long

    Keep your midsection cosy in the middle of winter with this pure silk waist warmer. Soft and smooth, it's a superb yet subtle insulating layer that can be worn under any outfit. In two sizes, regular or long. The long version can be folded double, fit over a growing baby bump and stretch to cover the entire torso for dancers etc. Be great for post-partum recovery and nursing mothers for keeping tummy warm and covered when lifting top to feed. Highly versitile, could also be used as a cowl, neckwarmer. Silk is a very soothing natural fibre with great thermal properties and perfect for highly sensitive skins.

    made in Japan

    composition : 100% silk rib
    sizes : Regular 35cm, Long 55cm
    • circumference 50 cm unstretched

    Colours: Black, Ecru

    care : Do not tumble dry. Wash in laundry net.

    Memeri harness years of knitwear knowledge and a rich heritage to produce high-quality but accessible products in cheerful colours. Dedicated to using only gentle and natural materials such as silk, wool, linen and cotton, all their products are manufactured in Japan. Memeri consider their socks and accessories to "be like a loving friend who always stays by your side," and you couldn't ask for better friends.

    Brand: Memeri a brand of Knitwin ltd - Nishiguchi Kutsushita
    Designed in: Japan
    Fabric structure: 100% silk
    100% Biodegradable: No
    Machine Washable: Yes, gentle (see our guide to washing wool)

    Care: If machine washing, wash cold on a wool cycle, choose the slowest spin cycle, and use a laundry net.