Garment Care

It may seem intimidating to be referred to a page on how to take care of your new pieces. Don't worry - there's really nothing complex about it! Owing to their handmade, hand-dyed nature, our garments just need some tender loving care.


Only wash when needed

You don't necessarily have to wash your garments after each wear; this will prolong longevity and reduce fading (and save on water). We recommend spot cleaning and simply airing out your garment when possible

When the time does comes for you to wash your garment, please see general wash care instructions below:

Be gentle

Crafting garments with processes that are less harsh on environment means that the longevity of our pieces really benefit from gentle care. 

Hand wash inside out, separately and gently in cold to room temperature water. 

If you do have to machine wash your clothes, we only recommend it for pieces that are not natural and herbal dyed, and that you only do so with a top loader washing machine on its gentle/delicate setting. 

Iron on low, from inside only when necessary

Especially for hand block and hand dyed fabrics, turn your garments inside out and hang/line dry in shade

Do not soak

Do not use harsh chemicals or bleach as this will affect some of the dyes, like indigo and herbal dyes (do not be alarmed if the water changes colour during your first few washes.) Make sure to squeeze out excess water before hanging up to dry.

Certain pieces need just a touch more attention, you can find their care instructions here: 

Herbal Dyed pieces

As herbal dyes only use colours from fruit, bark and leaves, it is naturally a little more delicate than industrially dyed pieces. In addition to the general care instructions we've shared. Please take also note of the following when caring for your herbal dyed pieces: 

  • We recommend hand-washing your herbal dyed pieces
  • Use mild liquid soap, natural, or non-ionic detergents when washing your pieces
  • Dye may transfer during your first few wears, please wash before use to reduce this occurrence
  • Herbal dyes may bleed during the first wash cycle, this is natural so don't be alarmed if the water changes color
  • Please take care not to expose your pieces to citric acid as most herbal dyes are sensitive to it 
  • As time passes, you may notice some fading of your herbal dyed pieces, this is natural due to its low impact nature. We love the comfy, live-in quality it takes on and hopefully, you will too!

 Maheshwari Silk/Cotton

While we recommend dry-cleaning, or the general instructions provided above can also be followed.

Make sure to read wash care on each individual product page, as recommendations may vary depending on fabric.