We are committed to making clothes that are stylish and durable, so you can look and feel your best!
We all love functional yet versatile clothing and with that much wear, here we share tips on how to make your pieces last as long as they were designed to.
Always read the label on the clothing itself for the most accurate information on the care and washing guide.
Wash gently on cold
Choose a gentle washing detergent as some detergents are abrasive and can damage your clothing. Ensure that your clothing is always flipped inside out, to enhance the longevity of the color and avoid any fading.
Separately your laundry into groups with similar colors
Always group your washloads into whites, dark colors, and bright colors and wash them separately. Doing so helps to avoid any color running and risk of color transfers.
Garment steamer over iron any day, every day
For fabrics such as cotton, polyester, chiffon, satin, denim, and tweed: A garment steamer is always the way to go, otherwise always iron on low heat.
For more delicate fabrics such as embroidery, lace, pleats, and knit: Always use garment steamer only if necessary, do not use iron.
Do not tumble dry
Dryers can damage the fibers of your clothing, please avoid them! Always be sure to air dry your clothing and avoid using the dryer as it can lead to shrinkage, piling, and other forms of damage after washing.
Use a mesh laundry bag
For more delicate fabrics such as embroidery, mesh, lace, and pleats, it is best recommended to hand wash or use a laundry bag in a washing machine with the lowest setting/ spin. This way, it keeps them safe from harm and tangles of the washing machine!
These washing and care tips aren't rocket science, but we hope they can lengthen the lifespan of your clothing! We look forward to seeing you in action for years to come.