CARING FOR YOUR LOUNGEWEAR
Introducing our essential-comfort Tencel fabric. Our jersey blends are cool to the touch, breathable and luxuriously soft.
While the finished fabric feels incredible, the magic is in the Tencel fibers. Made in a closed-loop process, the fibers are soft as silk, more absorbent than cotton, cooler than linen, hold vibrant colors, and maintain their exquisite hand even after washing.
Silky smooth and decadently soft, our Tencel fabric is the absolute highest-quality blend of Tencel and spandex that makes for tops, bottoms, and dresses you’ll never want to take off.
** please note: on occasion some garments may appear skewed while wet, but this will correct as the item dries.
We suggest you wash your Tencel items in cold water on a gentle cycle and hang to dry. An air-fluff in the dryer can help to remove any residual drying wrinkles.
Tencel fabric dries relatively wrinkle-free, but if you want to spruce it up with an iron, use a warm or "synthetic" heat setting and turn off the steam. High heat can damage Tencel, especially microfiber fabrics, and steam can leave spots that won't come off until the next washing. A safe option is to hang the item in a warm, moist area, such as a shower.
Hemp is an amazingly strong, long-lasting fabric that launders easily and grows softer with each wear. Its versatile properties make it one of our favorite earth-friendly fibers.
We suggest you wash your hemp items in cold water on a gentle cycle with no bleach and hang to dry.
Ironing is often optional when dried flat or tumbled at low heat. Ironing hemp is a great deal easier if you do it when the hemp is damp. And if hemp is removed from drying while still damp and ironed immediately, it is easier still. If ironing the fabric when completely dry, dampen the fabric thoroughly and iron on medium to high heat. Steam ironing dry hemp is less effective and requires more effort.
Iron on the wrong side first, then on the right side to bring out the sheen, especially in light-colored hemp. Iron darker hemps on the wrong side only.
Ultra-soft and comfortable with an added 5% of spandex for stretch and easy care, our cotton blends are layering staples. Cotton is strong, tough and not afraid to get its fibers dirty, so you can expect our cotton garments to last a lifetime. As well as being breathable and moisture wicking cotton doesn’t retain odors like oil based synthetic fabrics, meaning fewer trips to the laundry basket!
We suggest you wash your cotton items in cold water on a gentle cycle with similar colours, no bleach and hang to dry.
We find that our cotton doesn’t need much attention once washed but if you feel the need to iron, we recommend ironing on low onto the reverse of the fabric.
Sweater knits are delicate items. The pieces in our collection are unique, as each piece is made with a blend of different fibers. Following the individual care instructions will help the piece last for years.
You’ll find the care instructions and fiber content information on the label.
For hand washing, choose a mild detergent and cold water. We recommend laying the piece flat to dry.
For wool fibers, choose a formula developed for wool or mild baby shampoo. Specialty detergents containing lanolin are also recommended. Lanolin is a natural oil produced by sheep and helps preserve wool fibers and increases the water resistance of wool.
We recommend you do not iron any of our sweater knits.