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Shopping advice & care tips

Care tips

Every material is different and therefore needs to be cared for in a different manner. We want you to be able to enjoy your clothes for as long as possible. For this reason, please note the following points: Always take note of the care instructions on the washing label. Fasten all hooks, buttons and zips before each wash. This helps stop your clothes from getting tangled up with each other or pulling threads in the fabric. When dealing with mixed fabrics, always go by the most delicate type of... Read more...

Beachwear care tips

The colour of your new beachwear can be strongly affected by salt crystals in the sea water or chlorine residue from swimming pools. To stop the colours from fading, always wash your beachwear in clear water directly after you've worn it. However, just rinsing swimwear isn't enough if you want to keep it in the optimum condition. Once you're home, you can put your beachwear into any modern washing machine, safe in the knowledge that it will be okay. Wash it at 30-40°C on a fine wash or silk... Read more...

Lingerie care tips

How to keep your underwear in top form: To enjoy your lingerie for as long as possible, it should ideally washed by hand or in the washing machine at temperatures of 30-40°C. Please refer to the care label. A laundry bag will protect the contents and stop any underwires from being damaged during the spin cycle. Ideally, you should dry your lingerie on a clothes horse. Never put it in the tumble dryer, on the radiator or in direct sunlight. To help your underwear keep its vibrant colours for... Read more...

Care symbols & washing instructions

Washing Maximum temperature 40°C, normal cycle Maximum temperature 40°C, gentle cycle Maximum temperature 40°C, delicate cycle Maximum temperature 30°C, normal cycle Maximum temperature 30°C, gentle cycle Maximum temperature 30°C, delicate cycle or wool wash cycle Hand wash only Do not wash Bleaching Bleaching with chlorine or oxygen bleaching agents Bleaching with oxygen bleaching agents allowed/Do not use chlorine bleach Do not bleach Ironing Iron at high temperature Iron at medium... Read more...

How to find the correct ring size!

The inner ring circumference is always used for the ring size. You can measure the correct inner ring circumference by using a thread or a piece of paper. Wrap the thread or paper tightly around the finger you want to wear the ring on and measure the length. The inner ring circumference is the length in millimetres. Alternatively, you can download a ring template here. Measure the inner circumference of a ring you already have and compare it with the measurements in the template. The ring sizes... Read more...

Here’s how to measure your necklace length

You can find out which necklace length you need by measuring one of your own necklaces that suits the look you want to accessorise. If you don't have the right necklace to hand, you can use a piece of string to determine the length you want by draping it around your neck. Find the point on your décolleté where the necklace should end. Do remember that you might need to consider the size of a pendant as well. If the length and position is right for your neckline, you can now measure the piece of... Read more...

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