Product Care


  • It’s best to wash denim as little as possible to prevent shrinking.
  • To lengthen the life of denim garments, always turn them inside out.
  • Wash at low temperatures, this will help you preserve their colours and the structure of the fabric.

  • Machine-wash cold, inside-out on a gentle cycle with a mild detergent and like colours.
  • Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary.
  • Do not use fabric softeners or dry-clean the apparel.
  • Tumble-dry on a low cycle if needed but hang-dry works best for printed apparel.

Polyester blend
  • Polyester clothing can be machine-washed on a standard washing cycle.
  • Polyester fabric won’t shrink if you tumble-dry it on low heat.
  • To avoid static, take your clothing out of the dryer when they’re still slightly damp.

Linen blend
  • Wash linen on low temperatures in lukewarm or cold water.
  • Use the gentle machine cycle and a mild detergent to protect the fibers.
  • Feel free to tumble dry your linen clothes, as long as you stick to low temperatures.
  • Remove from the dryer when still slightly damp to avoid the linen becoming stiff and hang or lie flat to finish off the drying process.

Cotton blend
  • You can set your washing machine to standard settings and throw your cotton garments in.
  • Don’t go for high degrees because it can lead to shrinking and the colours running.
    Heat isn’t cotton’s best friend, so you should avoid tumble-drying. It’s better to line or flat-dry your cotton clothes.
  • If you’re drying them outside, don’t forget to turn the clothing inside out to prevent the colours from fading in the sun.

  • Wear light layers under your knits to enable less frequent washing, only if your knit encounters dirt or odours such as smoke. Otherwise, only wash your knits after four or five wears.
  • Knitwear products will last longer if you keep them out of the machine and wash them gently by hand.
  • Wash in cool or cold water. Use a light, wool-friendly detergent.
  • Do not wring the product. Gently squeeze the water out.
  • Lay flat on a towel or mesh drying rack to dry.


  • Satin can be hand washed as this is the safest method, but if using a washing machine, it should be done with care.
  • Wash separately in cold water on a gentle cycle. Do not use bleach or fabric softener as they will affect the shine and texture of your garment.
  • If washing with other items, place it in a mesh bag to prevent snags.
  • Press and squeeze the items gently (never wring) to remove most of the water before drying them.
  • Satin can go in the dryer on low heat, but it’s best to hang dry this type of fabric as much as possible.



  • Turn the item inside out to protect the embroidery.
  • Try to not wash the item with other clothing that might cause damage, such as zippers or buttons.
  • Choose a mild detergent.
  • If possible, allow the item to air dry. This will prevent any shrinking that might occur.
  • If you need to iron, avoid steam and do not place the iron directly onto the embroidered area. Instead, use a pressing cloth over the embroidery or iron on the reverse side.



  • Recommended to dry clean as much as possible. But if needed, hand wash in cool, clean water, 30 degrees max.
  • Gently squeeze the suds through the garment, do not wring, rub or stretch whilst washing.
  • Rinse the item in fresh water.
  • Do not lift the item up as wet fabric weighs more and will stretch the garment.
  • Gently squeeze excess water out of material.
  • Lay the item flat on a towel, reshaping whilst doing so.
  • Leave to dry naturally away from direct heat sources and out of sunlight.