Care guides for
How to care for your clothes?
What is the best way to care for your clothes? Simply follow the instructions on the labels and don't overdo it with the washing. It's better for the environment, your water bill and your clothes!
How to care for shirts?
Shirts are usually machine-washable at 30°C with the spin cycle set at 800 rpm maximum. The dryer gets a categorical NO WAY! as it's best to let them air dry on a hanger. In the end, it's the ironing that is almost the most important step for your shirt to look good: at 150°C max.
How to care for suits?
Don't try to wash your suit at home, go to your trusted dry cleaner instead! But don't overdo it: depending on how much you sweat and how well your table manners are, it's enough to have it dry-cleaned every 3 months. The most important thing to remember is to always put your suit jacket and trousers back on a hanger to air them out and smooth wrinkles out naturally.
How to care for chinos?
A chino made of natural materials can be machine washed at 30°C. Leave the still damp trousers to dry in the open air or in the tumble dryer, but on a delicate programme. If necessary, iron at 110°C maximum to avoid shiny marks left by your iron.
How to care for knitted fabrics?
Despite what you might think, knitwear is machine washable. For your jumpers, set your washer on a delicate programme at 30°C max. and a 400 rpm spin cycle. Do not tumble dry, but air dry, preferably flat. If you find that your jumper needs ironing, set your iron to medium.