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  • USE COLD WATER. Washing in cold water is better for the environment and better for your garments - one of those ‘win win’ situations you’ve heard so much about. Using cold water helps reduce colour fading and requires less energy.
  • HANG DRY, DUDE. Instead of throwing everything in the dryer, try to hang dry when possible. This saves electricity and avoids fibre degradation, maintaining the integrity of your garments. As all of our clothing items are organically dyed by plants, you’ll need to hang your items in the shade to prevent colour change.
  • ON THE SPOT CLEAN. Got a drip of coffee on your fave shorts? Accidentally dip your elbow into the yoghurt pot? Spot clean to the rescue. Simply grab a cloth and spot clean the area instead of putting the entire garment in the washing machine. We like to use a natural soap and lukewarm water for best results, then leave it to dry outside. 
  • GET BETTER AT FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS. Each fabric and fibre has different ways of working, hence the always helpful (sometimes niggly) care labels in every garment you purchase. It is super important to follow these instructions to make sure you are looking after your item the best way possible. And no, you can’t wash your lycra with your linen! Pete's sake. 
  • WEAR AND REPAIR. Prevention is the best cure to keeping your threads looking top notch. We all know about that button graveyard, but a popped frock doesn’t mean it’s the end of the line for your otherwise shmick piece of clothing. All of our pieces come with spare buttons or alternatively, your local op-shop or sewing store will sell back-ups too.  A little ripped seam from partying too hard? It’s time to brush off Nana’s sewing kit and put that needle and thread to work. By patching up small holes, ripped seams, lost buttons and loose threads means you will be able to enjoy your favourite apparel for many moons to come. 

 

 

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