Care guide

Cashmere garments are luxurious and delicate, requiring special care to maintain their softness and longevity.

Care Guide for Cashmere

Hand Washing

- Fill a basin or sink with lukewarm water.
- Add a small amount of mild detergent formulated for delicate fabrics.
- Submerge the cashmere item and gently agitate the water to distribute the detergent.
- Allow the garment to soak for 10-15 minutes.
- Gently squeeze the soapy water through the fabric, avoiding excessive wringing or twisting.
- Rinse thoroughly with cool water until all detergent is removed.

Machine Washing

- Use a mesh laundry bag to protect the cashmere from friction and stretching.
- Select a delicate or wool cycle on your washing machine, with cold water and a gentle detergent.
- Avoid using fabric softeners or bleach, as they can damage the fibers.
- Once the cycle is complete, remove the cashmere promptly and reshape it gently.


- Lay the cashmere item flat on a clean towel, reshaping it to its original dimensions.
- Roll the towel and gently press to remove excess water.
- Reshape the garment again and lay it flat on a dry towel to air dry.
- Avoid hanging cashmere items, as this can cause them to stretch out of shape.


- Store cashmere garments folded to prevent stretching.
- Avoid hanging them on hangers for extended periods.
- Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure can cause fading and damage.


- Remove pills (small balls of fiber) with a cashmere comb or a fabric shaver.
- Do not pull on pills, as this can damage the fabric.
- After wearing, allow cashmere items to rest for a day before wearing them again to maintain their shape and elasticity.

Dry Cleaning

If preferred, cashmere garments can be dry cleaned. However, ensure the dry cleaner has experience with cashmere and uses a gentle process.

Linen garments are lightweight, breathable, and perfect for warm weather. Proper care is essential to maintain their crisp appearance and longevity.

Care Guide for Linens


- Linen garments generally can be machine washed or hand washed.
- Use a mild detergent and cold or lukewarm water.
- If machine washing, select a gentle cycle to minimize agitation.
- If hand washing, gently agitate the water to distribute the detergent and soak the garment for 10-15 minutes.
- Rinse thoroughly with cool water to remove all soap residue.


- Air drying is the best option for linen garments to prevent shrinkage and maintain their shape.
- Hang the garment on a sturdy hanger or lay it flat on a drying rack.
- Smooth out wrinkles and reshape the garment while it's damp.
- Avoid wringing out linen, as it can cause excessive wrinkling and damage the fibers.


- Linen tends to wrinkle easily, so ironing may be necessary to achieve a smooth finish.
- Use a medium to high heat setting on your iron, depending on the thickness of the fabric.
- Iron the garment while it's slightly damp for best results.
- Place a damp cloth or use a steam iron to help remove stubborn wrinkles without scorching the fabric.

Dry Cleaning

Most linen garments can be safely dry cleaned if preferred, but it's usually not necessary for routine care.


- Avoid hanging linen items for extended periods to prevent stretching.
- Use a garment steamer to release wrinkles without ironing.
- Avoid folding linen items tightly for long periods, as this can lead to deep creases that are difficult to remove.
- Fold neatly to minimize wrinkles and creases.