Garment Care Guide
GARMENT CAREEach of our garments are carefully crafted to ensure quality and durability, and trialed in- house before taken to production.
Follow the steps below to ensure you get the most out of our garments.
These fabrics can be machine washed on a low temperature in a delicate bag. For their longevity we recommend hand washing with gentle agitation. Avoid wringing your garment after washing , instead wrap and roll in a towel to absorb excess moisture, and then drying in the shade.
LACE & OTHER DELICATES
Please hand wash and handle each piece with care. To avoid snags on the lace or other open weave fabrics , take care when wearing under heavy garments such as jeans.
We recommend you reserve lace pieces for special occasions so you can enjoy them for as long as possible. Harnesses and accessories can be spot cleaned.
Silk is an incredibly beautiful and delicate fabric so we recommend a cold, gentle hand-wash with a rest in the shade to air-dry, it’s as simple as that, which means it’s a more affordable and environmentally friendly way to wash than your conventional methods.
Wash one piece at a time using a bucket or sink, with a gentle detergent diluted in cool water. Once immersed and completely saturated, you can leave your silk to bathe for 5-10 minutes (never longer than 30 minutes).
Once soaked, run cool clean water through your garment to rinse – then press between a towel or your hands directly to remove excess water (make sure to never wring or twist your garment).
The final step is to find a nice bit of shade (no direct sunlight) where you can either lay your piece flat on a drying rack or hang to air dry.
When it comes time to wear your silk garment, steaming is the best method in keeping your pieces wrinkle-free.
Stains are be better handled by professional dry cleaning.