How to Do It Right
Our Garments are durable textiles crafted from sustainable, natural, and low-impact fibers. The most efficient and eco-conscious method to extend the life cycle of your Garment is to adhere to the care instructions on the garment label. Plus, we have compiled comprehensive instructions and additional tips for various garment types below.
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Our top tip to maintain beautiful clothes: Only wash most garments, excluding underwear and socks, after two or more wears. Treat stains promptly, air out well, and consider using a steamer. Store by folding along creases or using hangers, avoiding throwing them over a chair.
Freshen up in the Freezer
Bacterial growth in fabric causes most odours. Refresh your garment by freezing it to save water and resources. Ensure it's dry, pack tightly in waterproof bag, store away from stain-causing food, then air it for 1-7 days before wearing.
Learn How to Use Steam
Steaming garments should be more common. A steam freshens attire, allowing for fewer washes to save water. Machine washes thin fabrics, leading to damage. Steam helps fabrics relax, enhancing their appearance. Hang garments in the bathroom while showering for best results.
Iron With Care
Garments appear crisp when ironed. Follow care label instructions for the right temperature. Tips: 1. Ensure fabric is damp before ironing. 2. Iron inside focusing on seams. 3. Place fabric between garment and iron to prevent burns/stains.
How to Store
To help your favorite clothes last longer, store them neatly. Invest in quality hangers for jackets and shirts. Clip trousers at the hem or hang them. Store jersey tops and knitwear flat to maintain their shape.
When washing shirting, always use an eco-friendly detergent. Unbutton cuffs and placket to reduce strain on buttons, helping them stay secure. Shake out post-wash to minimize creases, then hang dry for a relaxed look or iron inside out.
When washing your jumper, avoid washing vegan and woolen jumpers together, as caring for wool is unique. Turn the jumper inside out for better fabric care. After washing, shake and reshape gently. Dry flat on a towel for intact shape.
When washing trousers, turn them inside out to prevent fabric wear. Empty pockets and close zips. Shake out trousers after washing, then clip on hanger to dry. Options for clipping: fold hems or clip on waistband.
When washing your jacket, unbutton all buttons to reduce strain and prevent them from falling off. Avoid turning the jacket inside out to maintain its tailored shape. Shake out after washing to minimize creases before air drying or steaming.