Caring for your lingerie correctly is essential, so please handle with care and ensure you follow the instructions on the label. Specialist dry cleaning of most leather garments is recommended, due to the use of leather alongside lace and other fine and delicate fabrics. You don't need to dry clean after every use, as it isn't necessary unless marks occur.
Try airing the garment on a hanger after use, wipe any marks with a damp cloth, and hand wash gussets in cold water, using a mild detergent. Dry flat and do not tumble dry or iron. If leather comes into contact with water at any point, leave out to dry flat at room temperature. Do not use a hair dryer or leave near a direct source of heat as this will dry out the leather and cause it to crack. Blot marks or stains with a damp cloth but do not rub as this can damage the leather. Avoid leaving garments in direct sunlight.
Leather garments are best stored on a hanger to prevent creases and to ensure they maintain shape, i.e. leather cups can misshape when items are placed on top of bras. If stored in a drawer, you may want to place items in a breathable cotton sheet to keep them protected. Do not store leather garments in a plastic bag or any other nonporous containers as this will cause the leather to dry out.
For more information on how to care for leather items, we recommend that you seek advice from a specialist dry cleaner.