Washing and caring for wool

Cashmere might be the most delicate material of them all. In return it is amazingly soft and super comfortable. Other kinds of wool are frail, too, so please always be careful when cleaning this material in order to avoid felting and shrinking. But don’t sweat it. If you care for wool and cashmere correctly you’ll take much pleasure in them.

Washing wool

There is no need to wash wool; you can just air it if it’s stinky. Small stains can be removed by hand with mild soap. In case of necessity we have some washing tips. But as always: Read the care label first.

It’s best to wash wool cold, with mild detergent, preferably by hand. Alternatively you could wash the material in a gentle cycle (wool wash cycle). Be careful and do not put a lot of pieces into the washing machine. Avoid garments with sharp applications such as zips or metal buttons.

Drying wool

Don’t squeeze or wring wool and avoid hanging it in order to keep the structure and form. Let it dry when laying flat on an absorbing surface (such as a towel on the floor).

Ironing wool

Iron or steam wool cold.

Size Guide Women
Size Bust size Waist size Hip size
XXS <73 cm <58cm <80 cm
XS 74-81 cm 59-64 cm 80-89 cm
S 82-89 cm 65-70 cm 90-97 cm
M 90-97 cm 71-76 cm 98-104 cm
L 98-107 cm 77-82 cm 105-112 cm
XL 108-119 cm 83-88 cm 113-122 cm
XXL 120-131 cm 89 cm 123-134 cm
Size Guide Men
Size Bust size Waist size Hip size
XS <93 cm <81 cm <97 cm
S 94-97 cm 82-85 cm 98-101 cm
M 98-101 cm 86-89 cm 102-105 cm
L 102-105 cm 90-94 cm 106-109 cm
XL 106-109 cm 95-99 cm 110-113 cm
XXL 110-113 cm 100-104 cm 114-117 cm
XXXL >114 cm >105 cm >118 cm