Do you also want to keep your items beautiful for as long as possible? We are happy to give you advice on how to deal with the different materials we use.

We think it is important to use high-quality, but also appropriate materials for the product. For example, we often process wool, viscose and cotton in our items. In addition, many of our items are made in Italy and France. This also includes appropriate care. So read the information below carefully after purchasing our items <3.

General information

In general, we recommend that you do not wash our products warmer than 30 degrees and allow them to air dry. In addition, the products benefit best from hand washing. Did you buy a very brightly colored item? Wash it separately from other garments the first time.

Have you bought a knitted product? Then make sure you don't get caught behind anything. Did a loop get into your beloved item? Fortunately, you can easily put it back in so that the loop is on the inside and is no longer visible.

Also make sure the garment fits properly. In general, our items run a bit smaller. So take a good look at the size advice that comes with the products, or send us an email. In this way you also ensure that the item lasts as long as possible (too small or too large = risk of tearing).

With products that contain elastic (such as our well-known mykonos skirt ), we advise you not to pull hard on the elastic when putting on such an item. This can cause the elastic to weaken and get out of shape.


Care & washing instructions


✰Wool gives clothing a beautiful look but also offers a lot of warmth! In addition, clothing made of wool can last up to 100 years due to its good properties. If you are sensitive to wool (it itches quickly) we recommend washing the item immediately upon receipt. Wool should always be washed in cold water. This means that items with wool should absolutely not be washed or dried at temperatures higher than 30 degrees. Wool is also sensitive to deformation. Therefore, never put it in a high-speed washing program. Wool should therefore always be dried flat. So don't just hang an item with wool on a clothes hook. It is normal for wool to pill or fluff over time, this is a natural phenomenon. You can use a pill device to maintain this. You can prevent this process as much as possible by not washing the item often and by not causing much friction (with bags, for example).

✰Viscose is a natural material that is also called artificial silk. That is because this is a beautiful supple and soft fabric. It is airy and therefore very comfortable. Viscose is a flexible fabric. Therefore never wash items with viscose warmer than 30 degrees and do not use high speeds. It is best to wash viscose by hand. Has the item shrunk? You can then easily get it back to its original shape by washing the item again so that the fibers come loose again. Next, you need to iron the item well. Viscose items should absolutely not be tumble dried! The high temperatures and fast rotations can cause shrinkage and wrinkling.

✰Cotton is a wonderfully airy fabric and is known for its resistance and longevity. It generally does not require any special care. Cotton is sensitive to discoloration. So always wash with the right colors and do not hang cotton products in direct sunlight. Cotton can simply be washed in the washing machine and can withstand higher temperatures. Washing your cotton item for the first time? Then it can shrink a bit. Therefore, ensure a low temperature and see if the item responds well to this.

Please note: some products are not allowed in the washing machine at all, such as bikinis! So always read the washing label on the inside of the item.