60% Cupro / 40% Viscose
cu·pro ˈkyo͞oprō/ n. 1 a: A regenerated cellulose fiber derived from cotton linter that has been dissolved in a solution of ammonia and copper oxide. b: It is similar to rayon, but breathes and regulates body temperature like cotton. c: Often used as a silk substitute, cupro is noted for its ability to create beautifully draped clothing, except it can be machine-washed and -dried. d: A European relative of Tencel, cupro is a hypoallergenic, antistatic fabric that is resistant to stretching out of shape at higher temperatures.
$26.95 per yard