SMOCK - Material and Care Guide

HOW TO TAKE CARE:
This fabric is not to be washed. When needed, please send your garment in for a gentle dry clean.

HOW TO STORE:
We recommend that cotton smock styles be folded and stored on a shelf or drawer to avoid the weight of the fabric from stretching the garment. Other smock garments made in faille, fil coupé, or silk may hang on hangers in the closet.

SMOCK COTTON

Smock cotton is created through embroidery work executed with stretchy yarn. Through the tension of the embroidery and a selected motif, the base fabric shrinks into a more or less systematic pattern.

GRAPHENE SMOCK TAF

Using fabric upcycled from Nona Source's archives as a base, the Graphene smock group is created by the application of a smock embroidery, stitched with elastic thread. The tension in the embroidery thread gathers the fabric in a square motif, creating a three-dimensional texture.

PANSY SMOCK FAILLE
Cecilie Bahnsen's signature Pansy smock is created through smock embroidery, stitched with elastic thread. The tension in the embroidery thread gathers the fabric in a succession of different patterns, creating a distinct three-dimensional texture.

ADDITIOINAL SMOCK FABRIC

RUELLIA SMOCK PUZZLE

GRAPHENE SMOCK COT.

CHERRY BLOSSOM SMOCK

*If nothing specific is written, please follow your care tags on the product.