Home is a place where we want to feel cozy and com­fort­able, where we rest and reju­ve­nate. For some, qual­i­ty and prac­ti­cal­i­ty remain the key cri­te­ri­on when choos­ing a home out­fit, for oth­ers it is more impor­tant to feel beau­ti­ful in any envi­ron­ment.

So, let’s see if home clothes can com­bine both qual­i­ties.

1. The main cri­te­ri­on is the qual­i­ty of the mate­r­i­al.

Syn­thet­ic fab­rics (poly­ester, elas­tane, nylon, etc.) can cause aller­gies and cre­ate a “green­house effect”, caus­ing over­heat­ing of the body, itch­ing, and aller­gies. The fab­rics used in the prod­ucts must be nat­ur­al. They let air through, do not elec­tri­fy, are hypoal­ler­genic, pleas­ant, soft to the body and do not harm your health.

2. Home out­fit should not hin­der move­ment and cause dis­com­fort, the cut can be semi-fit­ted, mod­er­ate­ly free.

3. The col­or scheme is prefer­ably calm, avoid bright acid shades. Nat­ur­al nat­ur­al col­ors are desir­able: milky, sandy, del­i­cate pink, gray, green, beige.

4. Home clothes should not have hard fit­tings and coarse lace, which will rub the skin.

5. A win­ning solu­tion will be a home out­fit that com­bines nat­u­ral­ness and com­fort with fem­i­nin­i­ty and ele­gance.

The La kea home­made com­bi­na­tion is made from an eco-friend­ly, all-nat­ur­al, del­i­cate fab­ric, for the man­u­fac­ture of which Aus­tralian euca­lyp­tus wood is used as a raw mate­r­i­al.

Dress — a com­bi­na­tion with a spicy cutout on the back and thin adjustable straps is suit­able for a com­fort­able pas­time at home (as a home night­gown), a roman­tic evening, host­ing guests, bridal gath­er­ings, and also “going out” as a vari­ant of a sum­mer com­bi­na­tion dress.

La kea is not only beau­ty, but also self-care.