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The Product Journey of Ana Dress

Cotton Farm

Gaziantep, Turkey

The cotton is used for the Ana Dress is organic and GOTS certified. GOTS stands for Global Organic Textile Standard, an internationally recognized certification. The GOTS certification ensures that the cotton used is organically grown and that the production process is conducted in an environmentally friendly and responsible manner. The cotton is grown in Turkey.

Single yarn spinning      

Gaziantep, Turkey

Before being processed further, the cotton fibers are drawn out and twisted together to form a single strand or yarn in Turkey as well. This initial step of drawing out and twisting the fibers is commonly known as single yarn spinning, and it plays a crucial role in preparing the cotton for subsequent processing and manufacturing of textiles.

Organic OCS certified cotton from Salem, India used in Floria's sustainable fashion products.

Yarn twisting and mercerizing 

Sellero, Italy

In Italy the organic fibers are mercerized and spun into a yarn. Mercerisation is a textile finishing treatment which improves dye uptake and tear strength, reduces fabric shrinkage, and imparts a silk-like luster.

Dyeing and Rewinding

Sellero, Italy

In Italy the the yarns are dyed according to our selected pantone colour. Now the yarns are ready to be knitted into a garment.


Terni, Italy

The cotton yarns arrive at our knitting supplier in Italy where it is knitted into panels. The knitted panels are hand linked and our labels are sewn-in. Read more about our knitting manufacturing supplier on our partner page

Ready to order

Amsterdam & Franeker, The Netherlands

When the Ana dress is ready and checked, they are send to Friesland, The Netherlands. Founders Froukje and Fleur check all clothing, organize a photoshoot, write descriptions and publish everything online. After you order the dress will get another round of inspection and then get neatly packed and sent out by Froukje's mother, Alie. Excited about the Ana dress? Head over to the SHOP now.

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