Soft, thin, 100 % linen in solid black and true indigo. Indigofera tinctoria (true indigo) is a one to two-meter-high plant with light green leaves and violet flowers. The dye is obtained from processing the leaves, and the plant is rotated into fields to improve the soil in the same way as alfalfa and beans. With indigo dyed garments there is always a risk of dry bleeding and the garment will gradually fade in colour when it is used and washed, like a pair of jeans. Note that the colour indigo has individual nuances, and that the colour can vary from garment to garment as well as in the same garment. This is a part of the beauty with true indigo.