details + care
TURQUESE elegant water wear is made with some of the finest cotton and linen in the world. To prolong your use and enjoyment of all your TURQUESE purchases, we want you to know how to best care for them. If you have any questions about caring for your TURQUESE items, or want more information about our products please email us at email@example.com
All TURQUESE water wear is made with 100% woven cotton that is printed, preshrunk and colorfast. Our fabric is washed with three different processes, and becomes progressively softer with each, to achieve a refined, supple finish. We hope our water wear will see plenty of sunshine, salt water and chlorine. With exposure to those elements, all natural fibers will inevitably—but gently—lose some of their color.
Suggested TURQUESE water wear care instructions:
The TURQUESE Carl shirt is made with 100% Italian linen, a wonderfully light—but not transparent—fabric. Linen is highly breathable and will feel just as sensational against your skin on a hot afternoon as on a cool evening. Designed to look elegant whether tucked or untucked, the gently curved hem is the right length for any occasion. Our fit is a modified European silhouette; it is relaxed, without being baggy, and fits most body types well.
Suggested TURQUESE linen shirt care instructions:
cotton jersey shirts
The TURQUESE Stefano shirt is made with 100% Italian cotton jersey, a wonderfully light—but not transparent—fabric. Cotton jersey is highly breathable and will feel just as sensational against your skin on a hot afternoon as on a cool evening. Designed to look elegant whether tucked or untucked, the gently curved hem is the right length for any occasion. Our fit is a modified European slim silhouette; it is tailored to gently fit closer to the body than the Carl shirt. The Stefano is for those that seek a slimmer alternative for day or evening wear.
Suggested TURQUESE cotton jersey care instructions:
TURQUESE signature towels are made with 100% cotton, colorfast 500-gram terry and individually embroidered by skilled artisans. When you receive your towels you will notice that a biodegradable plastic film covers the surface of the embroidery. This is not a defect; the film secures and protects the fabric during sewing. To remove it, follow the suggested washing instructions that appear below. Do not attempt to remove the plastic film by hand. All towels that appear on this website were washed before being photographed, therefore the film is no longer visible.
All high quality new towels—including ours—shed a significant amount of lint during their first wash and dry. For any questions or further information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org