Linen came from Old English “linen”, originated from West Germany. The earliest Linen industry recorded in history was 4000 years ago in Egypt. Linen is a textile made from the stems of flax plants. To your surprise, humankind has employed flax to produce Linen over 10,000 years ago, making flax as one of the oldest cultivated plants in the history.
It is an absorbent fabric that provides amazing cooling effect and freshness in hot and humid weather. Therefore, manufacturers love to use Linen as the main material for producing t-shirt, suit, pants and even Baju Melayu. If you need to tailor casual wear, Linen could become an ideal option.