We carefully select all the fabrics we use to design our garments. We want them to be unique but you can take care of them at home.
On our website you can find all the composition details of your garment.
If your garment has velvet…
If your garment has velvet ruffles, lapels and/or belt wash it by hand with a delicate laundry detergent, never use a dryer, hang dry and do not iron directly on your garment as it could get marked, it is better to lightly steam the garment. If your garment is made entirely of velvet it is best to take it to the dry cleaner and let them know that its composition is 18% silk and 82% viscose.
If your garment has lace…
If your garment has lace, never iron it directly, it is better to lightly steam.
Natural silk garments
It is best that you take your garment to the dry cleaner and never apply direct steam as your garment may shrink.
Whenever you have any questions about the care of your garment you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be happy to help you.
Garments made of crepe or tulle
You may your wash by hand or in the washing machine using the delicate cycle and never at more than 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit). We do not recommend using the dryer, it is best to hang dry. To iron your garment we recommend using steam or an iron set on the silk setting and use without applying much pressure.
100% cotton garments
You may wash your garment by hand or in the washing machine using the delicate cycle, never at more than 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit). We recommend you do not exceed 1200 revolutions or use a dryer. You can iron this garment using the standard settings.