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August 09, 2022 3 min read


It's no secret that linen is one of the most comfortable fabrics around. But did you know that linen dates back nearly 10,000 years? That's right - linen has been a staple fabric for centuries, and for good reason.  The Egyptians were no fools. They knew that if they were going to be engaged in some heavy lifting, it was best to do so in linen clothing.

In fact, because it was so expensive and difficult to produce, linen clothing was once reserved only for special occasions - like weddings and funerals! Today, linen is still associated with luxury, but it's also a popular choice for everyday wear. Here are 7 reasons to choose linen clothing for all occasions -


Linen is Antibacterial

Linen clothing is amazing! Not only is it super comfortable, but it's also antibacterial. That means that it helps to prevent the growth of bacteria, which can cause body odor. As a result, linen clothing is perfect for yoga or any other activity where you tend to sweat. If you are looking for the perfect choice for keeping you stylish, dry, and bacteria-free, check out the Proyog linen collection.


 Linen keeps you cool

Linen clothing is not only stylish and chic, but it is also great at keeping you cool and comfortable. Linen is a natural fiber that helps to expel the dampness quickly, preventing a sweaty feeling while doing yoga. Linen also handles cold so much better by capturing the airflow and keeping your body warm. So, the next time you are looking for something to wear that will keep you cool and comfortable, check out our linen clothing. You won't be disappointed.

Linen doesn't lint

Linen comes with almost no fluff. Based on the weaving pattern, other fabrics might be puffy but linen, on the other hand, tends to be fluff-free.  So you can say goodbye to those annoying lint balls on your clothes that fluff generates. And because linen is fluff-free, it's also great for people with allergies. So if you're looking for a fabric that won't irritate your skin or your allergies, linen is the way to go.

Linen is strong

When linen fibers get wet, they become stronger. Yes, it can be machine washed. Linen is less likely to get damaged than most other fabrics once washed, as flax fibers are sturdier when wet. This is precisely why linen is woven in a moist environment to boost its strength. Linen is great for yoga because the fabric will hold up to all the various positions and won't stretch out of shape.

Linen is hypoallergenic

Did you know that linen is hypoallergenic? That's right, if you have delicate skin or sensitivities to various fabrics, linen is the ideal substitute. Linen has no allergic side effects, so you can rest assured that you'll be comfortable all day long.

Linen is Sustainable

Sustainability is one of the most important values at Proyog. We believe that it is our responsibility to take care of the planet. We rely on nature to provide us with the materials we need to create our products, and linen is a perfect example of a sustainable textile fiber. It has a very minimal environmental impact and is also biodegradable. This means that it will not pollute the earth or harm any wildlife. We are committed to creating clothing that is both stylish and sustainable, and linen is a key part of that commitment.

Linen is Timeless and Stylish

Linen clothing has a timeless look that never goes out of style. Whether you're wearing a linen top, jacket, or pants, you'll always look chic and put together. And because it's so versatile, you can easily dress it up or down and wear it both on and off the mat.


As any pyramid builder will tell you, comfort is key when you're lugging around heavy blocks of stone all day. So, the next time you find yourself setting your sights on a daunting task and also want to look stylish and chic, be sure to follow the Egyptians' lead and don some linen garments first. You'll be glad you did.

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