Soft and hardly wrinkles.
Hardly wrinkles after a quick wash, just gentle dry in the shade.
Suitable for newborns, bamboo is hypoallergenic, breathable and eco-friendly. Soft bamboo fibres bounce back into place. They also hardly wrinkle after a quick wash, just gentle dry in the shade.
An Australian family business recognises these benefits, and have been producing undergarments, amongst other things, that hold their shape and feel like second skin.
Sourced from organic plants, Boody transforms bamboo fibres that grow with only rain water without fertilisers and pesticides. Harvested by cutting greenshoots into chunks of raw bamboo, they are then soaked in a closed loop system to soften.
All liquid is recycled, while solvents are captured and removed to ensure that the process is as eco-friendly as the bamboo itself. Dehydrated, grounded and spun into a viscose yarn, garments are then knitted into luxurious clothing that feels silky soft.
As a result, Boody offers soft fabrics as good basics with reasonable price points. They become a natural choice for wearables that blend comfort with sustainability.
From everyday leggings to active socks, Boody has designed products in classic colours. While fashion brands continue to pay lip service with seasonal designs on heavy rotation, black, white and natural tones eliminate the hassle of constantly reviewing what to make and how to wear.
Over time, Boody stands out as a feasible alternative to cotton based clothing. It is a clothing brand that lives and breathes a green, conscious lifestyle, with bamboo paving the way for durable, classic wear.