Garment Care


Always refer to care instructions included on the garment as different fabrics require different washing methods. 

      • Separate laundry by color to prevent color bleeding.
      • Turn garments inside out before washing in order to protect the design.
      • Wash on a gentle cycle using cold water for delicate fabrics.
      • Avoid using bleach or harsh detergents that can damage the fabric.


Avoid using a dryer whenever possible as it may cause shrinkage and damage to certain fabrics.

      • Hang your garments on a clothesline or drying rack to air dry.
      • If using a dryer, use a low heat setting and remove the garments while still slightly damp.
      • For delicate fabrics, lay them flat on a clean towel to dry.


Ironing can help remove wrinkles and give your garments a polished look. 

      • Use a pressing cloth or ironing cloth to protect from direct heat.
      • Iron in a back-and-forth motion, following the natural grain of the fabric.
      • Avoid ironing over embellishments or prints to prevent damage.


      • Clean garments before storing to remove any stains or odors.
      • Fold garments neatly and store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
      • Avoid hanging heavy garments, as they can stretch and lose their shape.
      • Use padded hangers or garment bags to protect delicate fabrics.


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