Make sure to purchase quality products that have a longer life span.
Paying some extra attention to how you wash and take care of your clothes will not only prolong their life, but also help minimize their environmental impact.
Easy to care for, cotton is fully machine washable and if worn and treated with care, will last for a long time.
Linen is almost always better off with hand or machine wash than a dry cleaning. With each washing, linen becomes softer and more absorbent. Gentle washing machine cycle and mild detergent are best for linen. Feel free to machine dry your linen clothes- use cool temperatures and remove when still slightly damp.
Wool fibers can be prone to pilling and felting, so we suggest that you avoid high temperatures and friction. Setting your washing machine to a cold wash and only using mild detergents will help. When drying, we suggest that you lay your woolens flat on a towel to absorb any extra moisture. Wool garments should be ironed after they are washed to remove wrinkles.
Flowing and smooth, silk is used often for our clothes, because we like the way it feels, moves and drapes. As a naturally delicate fabric, we suggest that you always take care when you wear it and either have it professionally cleaned or wash by hand with mild detergent. Hang your garment to dry.