Here at Juliette Hogan, we design clothing with longevity in mind. The following care instructions are a general guideline for garment care in order to get the most out of your Juliette Hogan piece. We recommend to refer to your garments specific care instructions or do get in touch with us directly if you have any questions.
Silk is a natural fibre and is very light and breathable. Silk requires gentle care, so we recommend dry-cleaning your silk garments as handwashing will alter the look and feel of the fabric. Due to the delicacy of silk, we recommend ensuring the fit of your garment is right as there is no stretch and if it is pulled, the fabric will be damaged and is difficult to repair.
Linen is a cellulosic natural fibre meaning it is plant based. Linen is a comfortable and breathable fabrication that will soften with wash and wear. We recommend a delicate cool machine wash and turning the garment inside out when drying as the colouration can fade in direct sunlight.
Triacetate is a man-made fibre and is very durable. We use Triacetate for our workwear as it has a low crease factor and will hold its shape. Most items in this fabrication can be cool hand-washed however, we recommend dry-cleaning jackets due to their construction and to help keep their tailored shape.
The cashmere yarn is breathable, luxurious and warm. We recommend a cool, gentle hand wash and lying flat to dry. Like all natural fibres, this may pill, using a gentle de-pilling machine is the best option to manage this.
Cotton is a natural, durable and breathable fibre so is very comfortable and is easy to care for. This fabrication can generally be washed in a cool, delicate machine wash.
Our cotton knitwear is made from a natural fabrication so will give a little if strained. We recommend a delicate, cool machine wash in a laundry bag and lying flat for drying. The colouration will fade in direct sunlight. Like all natural fibres, this may pill, using a de-pilling machine is the best option to manage this.
Our merino is a natural yarn and we recommend handwashing your merino garments in cool water with mild detergent. Lie the garment flat to dry to ensure you hold the shape. Like all natural fibres, this may pill, using a de-pilling machine is the best option to mitigate this.