The Japanese fabric is made of 50% Silk and 50% Cotton. The blend combines the luxury of silk and simplicity of cotton. A classic fabric with a silky feel, which is made for ultimate comfort and elegance.
This is a general guide on how to care for your cotton garments. Helping maintain the longevity of each garment.
GARMENT CARE DESCRIPTION:
DRY CLEAN OR WASH CAREFULLY
We suggest washing it at 40°C or hand washing it for spot treatments. This is to limit exposure to the yarn, maintaining the quality of the garment. We recommend turning colourful garments inside out before washing, for colour protection.
Drip dry your garment in the shade. Avoid putting your garment in the dryer, it is better to allow the cotton silk garment to air dry flat, on a hanger. Gently pull the garment and shape it to return to its original shape as it begins to dry.
Turn on your iron and select the steam setting to remove any wrinkles. Leave your garment unpressed for a relaxed look. Cotton Silk should be ironed by turning your garment inside out, when the garment is still wet. Alternatively use a pressing cloth to be cautious of the garment. Do not dry in a damp place or under direct sunlight.