Luxury nightwear, silk nightwear, silk lingerie and silk bedding by Silk Cocoon, a Quality British Brand. Silk Cocoon is renowned for its elegant and exquisite designs, finest quality silk and workmanship and for its first class services.

Indulge yourself and your loved ones with Silk Cocoon products from its stockists of exclusive lingerie boutiques and online. Immediate despatch. Free P&P in the UK (for orders over £50). Gift wrapping in Silk Cocoon box with Ribbon available if required £3.00. In case of a Royal Mail strike we may use couriers.
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You can use our secure online payment service pay Online or pay by Cheque or on the Phone.

Security and Privacy of our client’s personal information are the highest priority of Silk Cocoon. We use the latest and most secure "Secure ePayments" system operated by HSBC, verified by Visa and MasterCard® SecureCodeTM for internet transactions. Silk Cocoon is registered under the "Data Protection Act 1998" with the Government Information Commissioner's Office.

1. Paying on Line

Step 1: Choosing Products: go to "Catalogue", select products group/style and check the price.
Step 2: Once you have chosen the style, click "more details", select colour and size then click “Buy” to add to your shopping Basket. Continue shopping if you want to buy more than one item.
Step 3. Your personal details: if you are a registered member, then fill in your email address and password, and click "check out", your details will automatically appear on your order form. If you have not registered with Silk Cocoon, click "check out" then fill in your details on the form.
Step 4: Complete the order form, not forgetting to put the recipient's address if different from yours. Please fill in your landline telephone number if you have one so that we can protect you better and prevent you from fraud.
Step 5: Read and understand our terms and conditions; then click "continue".
Step 6: Payment: click "pay now" for secure online payment and follow instructions

2. Paying by phone, fax or e-mail: you can email or fax your order form with your order and card details; send it to info@silkcocoon.co.uk or fax to 01865 512376 or phone us on 01865 311505 (between 8 AM -19 PM Monday to Saturday). Please leave a message if there is no reply and we will get back to you.

3. Paying by post (cheque or credit card): Print your order details and sign your cheque or fill in your card details on the order form, sign for the total cost payable to Silk Cocoon Limited and send it to:

Silk Cocoon Limited
44 Merrivale Square
Oxford
OX2 6QX

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Online Payment and Security

We use the latest and most secure "Secure ePayments" system operated by HSBC, verified by Visa and MasterCard® SecureCode™ for internet transactions.

Security and Privacy of our client’s personal information are the highest priority of Silk Cocoon. Silk Cocoon is registered under the "Data Protection Act 1998?with the Government Information Commissioner’s Office. For more information about our security and privacy, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

In order to help us to protect you against the fraudulent use of credit/debit cards, we strongly urge you to give us your landline telephone number, or both landline and mobile phone numbers if you prefer to get in touch by mobile, so that we may give you a call to cross check before despatch the goods. This cross checking is particularly essential when the recipient has a different name and address from the buyer.

In case you have any concerns about giving credit card details on the phone, we can assure you that all written information about your card details is shredded as soon as we process your order.

Currency of transaction: Sterling Pounds only (Please pay by credit card if your base currency is not Sterling Pounds)

Postage & packing: Royal Mail First Class Recorded delivery free in UK for orders over £50), £12 other countries. Royal Mail Special Delivery £4.00 if requested - next day guranteed except weekend Order normally despatched on the same day if placed before 3:00 PM. Signature Required.

Delivery: We will despatch your order as soon as we receive your cleared funds.
If you have any questions, please give us a call on: 01865 311505 or send us an email to: info@silkcocoon.co.uk

Enquiry by e-mail: please always remember to give us your phone number because we find many times that our reply message is bounced back due to a wrong e-mail address been given and we feel frustrated not being able to contact our customers.

Buying from Shops: Silk Cocoon Silk Nightwear is stocked by exclusive lingerie boutiques and prestige Department Stores in the UK, Ireland, France, Russia and Canada. You can also buy from shops located near to you as listed in our website, please check Stockists or e-mail info@silkcocoon.co.uk or call us +44 (0) 1865 311505 to find out. You are welcome to ask our stockist to make a special order with us for you.

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Gift Service
For an extra £3.00 Silk Cocoon will beautifully gift wrap your order for that individual touch.
For those extra special occasions why not take advantage of our premier gift service? All we need is your personal message, the delivery address and date for delivery.
Simply fill in details on the order form. We will do the rest for you.



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Returns & Refunds
Silk Cocoon is committed to make the best quality silk garments. However, if you are not happy with your order, we are happy to replace you with an alternative or refund. Our ultimate goal is our customers?satisfaction with quality products and personal service. We are here to help.

We offer a 100% guarantee that if you're in any way dissatisfied with the goods you have ordered (including Sale items), we will exchange them or give you a full refund, provided that you return them to us in their original condition and packaging, unworn and unwashed, with all labels intact.

Returns period

Our normal returns period is 28 days from when you receive the goods, and any returned items must be received by us within this time.

We will let you know as soon as we receive the goods, and will then endeavour to process your request for either a refund or replacement as quickly as possible normally 3-30 working days depends on individual cases.

If you have requested a refund, or replacements of a lower value than the returned goods, any refund due will be credited back to the card used to pay for the original order. Please note that we are unable to offer credit notes.

If you wish to return goods to us, we prefer you get in touch with us in advance by phone 01865 311 505 or e-mail: info@silkcocoon.co.uk When returning the goods, please make sure that you enclose the returned goods with the following information:

    1. Silk Cocoon's invoice number
    2. Your Order Number (if known)
    3. Your Name & Full billing address
    4. Your e-mail and telephone number
    5. Reasons why you return the goods
    6. Whether you require a refund or replacement goods
Return of Faulty Goods

If you believe the goods we have supplied to you are faulty, you should return the item to us together with a note, explaining what you believe is the problem and stating the original order number. When we receive the item, we will investigate the fault and contact you to agree the most appropriate resolution.

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How to Wash Silk
Silk can be washed by washing machine! You will be amazed to see how strong Silk Cocoon’s silk is. Care instructions are included in each product.
  • We recommend that pure silk garments be dry-cleaned. Dry cleaning of fine silk extends the life of the garment and protects its natural beauty. Strictly follow the washing label within the garments.
  • Silk can also be washed by hand or washing machine in water at a temperature not exceeding 30°C with mild/neutral non- biological detergent.
  • Never use bleach and fabric softener.
  • It is advisable to use a net wash bag and select "Silk" option if marked or delicate cycle on the washing machine.
  • Wash dark colours separately and do not mix with non-delicate garments.
  • Rinse thoroughly, do not tumble dry.
  • Dry flat away from direct heat and strong sunlight.
  • Steaming silk is recommended for removing creases.
  • Iron at the silk setting or temperature at 110oC on reverse side and for best results iron when the garment is about 90% dry.

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Why silk is good for your skin?
Silk shares the same 18 proteins (amino acids) found in skin and is known as the second skin. It is scientifically proven that silk as a fabric composed of protein next to your skin can prevent wrinkles and tenderises the skin by touch, friction and moistening. Unlike other natural fibres, which absorb moisture from the skin, silk allows your skin to breath contrary to artificial fibres.

To know more about silk please click "About Silk"

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Facts About Silk
  • Silk is a delicate, natural fabric woven from the thread from cocoons. It contains 18 proteins found in human skin and is known as the second skin.
  • Silk stops you getting facial wrinkles! Composed of proteins, it is scientifically proven that silk keeps one’s skin young and tender by moistening, touch, friction and free breathing. Silk pillowcases are renowned for their deep soothing effect on face and hair.
  • Silk is nature’s finest insulator and one of the best natural moisture absorbent, which ‘wicks’ moisture away when one perspires. As a result silk is warm when worn in cool weather and cool in hot weather.
  • Silk is the most ideal fabric for those with sensitive skin.
  • Silk is the softest, lightest and strongest of all natural fibres. Silk is stronger than steel! Sixteen layers of pure silk can stop a bullet.
  • Silk fibres are so supple they can stretch up to 20% of their length without breaking and still spring back to hold their shape, which is why silk garments keep their shape even after years of use.
  • A silk duvet filled with long silk floss is a life long investment for luxury and comfort. Unlike feather duvets, it never knots.
  • Silkworms are fed with handpicked mulberry leaves selected from sustainable mulberry farms. Mulberry trees protect the environment and generate sustainable wealth for farmers.
  • Thousands of cocoons are needed to produce sufficient silk for one dress. Each cocoon is made up of a filament between 600 and 900 metres long! Between five and eight of these super-fine filaments are twisted together to make one thread.
  • Silk can be woven or knitted. There are many types of woven silk such as crepe satin, jacquard and georgette etc. The weight (momme) and quality of silk are the main decisive factors in it’s pricing.
  • Do not confuse Polyester Satin with Silk (Crepe Satin). Polyester satin, whose raw material is oil, is chemically processed and impairs the breathing of your skin, contrary to silk.
  • Silk feels soft and cool while polyester feels stiff. Burning silk fibre has the same smell and texture as burning human hair, whereas polyester threads will just melt with black smoke flame leaving a toxic odour. Do not try at home.
  • Like other natural fibres such as cotton or linen, silk creases easily, unlike polyester, which is crease resistant. It is normal to see some colour run when washing coloured silk, though colour will be retained.
  • Silk can be washed in washing machines. Silk Cocoon attaches caring instructions to each garment.
  • Silk originated in China about 5000 years ago. Legend gives credit to a Chinese Empress Xi Ling-Shi, the wife of the Yellow Emperor, who discovered silk and invented the silk loom in the 28th century BC.
  • In 139 BC the world’s longest trade route was opened stretching from Eastern China to the Mediterranean Sea. By 300 AD the secret of silk production had reached India and Japan.
  • Silk manufacture became popular in Italy during 13th century and other parts of Europe during the 18th – 19th century. However nowadays silk production or processing has nearly disappeared in Europe.
  • China remains far and away the largest silk producer. Italy is the major importer of silk products primarily from China. Other major silk importers are America, Germany and France. India is the largest importer of raw silk from China despite it being the 2nd largest producer of silk.
  • For more information about silk, please visit “About Silk
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