Product Caring

How To Care Your Cashmere

The feeling of pulling on a soft cashmere layer when temperatures drop is one’s of life’s little luxuries; however, these cozy woolens can often encounter a fast demise if proper care is not given to them. Now is a good time to consider the best practices to care for them. This is how you can keep your cashmere items looking as sumptuous as the day it was unwrapped, from washing and shaping to protecting.

How To Wash Cashmere

Cashmere does not require washing after each time it is used. Washing a few times per season is ideal.

Instead, air out your cashmere between wearing periods. It is better for clothes and the environment.

When you do wash cashmere, wash by hand. Or it can be washed by hand-wash function on your washing machine at 30°C or lower with using a wool detergent. Turn your cashmere sweater inside out. Soak for at least 10 minutes before rinsing thoroughly.

How To Dry Cashmere

Do NOT tumble dry!

Refrain from wringing out your cashmere sweater when it’s wet – this will twist and distort your knitwear, and its shape will be distorted.

Instead, please:

Wrap your freshly washed garments in a towel and squeeze gently to remove any excess water before unrolling and reshaping by hand.

Once shaped, lay your cashmere sweater on a clean towel and leave to dry-flat naturally

Tips: Keep the cashmere fabrics away from heat sources such as radiators and direct sunlight, as those will prevent shrinkage and discoloration.

How To store Cashmere

A word of warning: moths love your cashmere sweaters as much as you do.

Ensure your freshly laundered clothes are totally dry.

It is recommended to put cashmere knits into a zip-lock before packing them into your wardrobe.

Please do not hang your cashmere knits as this will distort the shape. Instead, embrace the store-like fold and place it on the shelf to prevent stretching.

How To Maintain Cashmere

Even the most premium-quality cashmere can be subject to pilling. While it is difficult to completely prevent pilling, washing and storing with care will certainly help reduce it.


With a pilling comb or a fabric shaver – but use them carefully. Lay your cashmere knits on a flat surface, and brush in one direction. Gently remove the pills and keep your cashmere looking soft for the maximum span of time.


Attention: DO NOT wash cashmere knits in hot water| use bleach | rub or wiring | tumble dry | hang dry | expose to sunlight directly whilst drying.

wash by hand maximum temperature 30°C or lower.


do not bleach


iron at a maximum sole-plate temperature of 110°C without steam steam ironing may cause irreversible damage


do not tumble dry


flat drying