How to Layer Clothes for Spring
How do you wash a wool sweater? Not sure what to do about the salt stains on your suede boots? And what do you do when you spill—yikes—red wine on cashmere? Don’t. Panic. Quality garments are an investment, so keeping them pristine shouldn’t be a mystery. We’re breaking down how to care for, clean, and store all of your favorite clothes and accessories. Each guide has its own set of tips, along with a care kit of products to keep on hand. We’ve even created a cost-per-wear calculator to help you decide which new pieces are worth adding to your closet. Bookmark this page and revisit our ever-growing guide whenever you need to refresh your memory.
Whether you have a prized suede jacket to restore to its original splendor or smart-looking boots that need some TLC, these tips will help ensure your suede favorites look their best for seasons to come.
Even if your preference is well-worn leather that looks like it has some stories to tell, following our comprehensive care guide will ensure it stays strong and beautiful for years to come.
From a cable-knit pullover made from cotton to a cardigan rendered from cashmere, each of your sweaters comes with a unique set of instructions. Here’s how to care for your entire collection.
Silk is inherently one of the most luxe natural fibers, but caring for it is a specific process. We’ve laid out all the details in our care guide to keep your clothes looking like a dream.
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