Minimalism is a trend that aims to organize life and draw our attention to the most important aspects of the environment, without distracting us with unnecessary details. The boxes for shipping for Mus-Mus have been designed in line with this trend!
Minimalism is a trend in which one or two simple colours (e.g. white and black) are most often used in the packaging industry. Minimalistic boxes for shipping boxes are printed in a very simple way – the only thing on them is the logotype of the manufacturer of the article. It is usually placed in the central part of the upper part of the package, but it is not a rule.
Minimalist design gives the boxes an aesthetic and luxurious look. That is why manufacturers of luxury goods – expensive cosmetics, jewellery or electronics – often draw from this trend. As it turns out, minimalism can also be used to pack clothing in a unique way!
Boxes for shipping by Mus-Mus
Mus-Mus is a small family business, producing pyjamas, linen women’s clothes and organic cotton bedding. It is a company that believes that the production of clothes does not have to cause degradation of the natural environment or contribute to increased CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. The founders of Mus-Mus also trust consumers to be able to make informed choices about their clothing so that they can take care of our world as much as possible.
The company is run according to the zero waste stream and is committed to quality rather than quantity. Mus-Mus clothes are sewn in a small sewing room and packed in ecological boxes that can be reused many times over. If you take a closer look at Mus-Mus packaging, you will notice that it has been designed with the spirit of this brand in mind!
The linen and cotton Mus-Mus clothes are packed in lovely, minimalist, ecological cardboard boxes. The packaging was made of bleached cardboard by the Polish company Packhelp, and all the elements used to produce them are 100% biodegradable.
Apart from the logotype, the boxes of Mus-Mus also contain simple prints in the form of black stripes. The same motif also appears on clothing labels and flyers advertising the Mus-Mus brand.