Caring for your baby clothing

I make precious baby clothing with so much love and care. I want your little one looks nice and cute. Because of that here, I’ve put together a few guidelines to help you care for your new purchase to keep your baby clothes always in good condition. By doing it, your baby will always have nice clothes to wear and you can pass them down to the next one after. I recommend you gently pre-wash any washable clothing to make sure your baby will have a nice and clean piece of clothing on their skin. Wash light and bright colours separately, as some colours may run in their first few washes. I do recommend you to always hand wash your baby’s special occasions garments and dry them flat in shade. It will help you to keep it always in excellent conditions and to avoid any damages to its delicate fabrics and accessories. Please note, these care tips are guidelines only and variations will apply to some fabrics. Special washing instructions will apply to some fabrics such as sequinned, beaded, coated or foiled fabrics as well as specialty weights/styles and delicate items. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Viscose, Cotton 100%, Linen 100% and or blended with cotton, Acetate, Polyester and Velvet:

Machine washable on a gentle/wool cycle using a wool detergent, do not wring. Do not bleach. Tumble dry on cool setting or dry flat in shade. Use warm iron. Do not dry clean. If the garment is made with velvet, dry clean only. Do not spot clean. Never iron as ironing is likely to crush or flatten the natural pile. A hand-held steamer can be used to remove creasing. Alternatively, hang your garment or garment in a steamy bathroom as the steam may help relax any creasing. Avoid using clip hangers as these can bruise or mark the fabric.

Sateen, laces, organza and other very delicate materials and accessories:

Hand wash only at your own risk using a silk friendly detergent. Do not bleach or tumble dry. Dry in shade. Use warm iron only if extremely necessary, but before starting ironing, test a small part of the garment from inside to make sure the temperature is adequate and no damage will occur.

Please follow the care & prewash guidelines as outlined below as we are unable to accept claims on garments which have been laundered incorrectly.

Patti, x