Belva Dress in Black
Marguerite Dress in Black
Nell Stripe Jumper in Navy
Nita Stripe Dress in Navy
Marian Breton Top in Red
Rae Cardigan in Blue
Alaina Dress in Navy
Madden One Shoulder Top in Navy
Lenna Shirt Dress in Red Multi
Emma Dress in Red
Lucinda Cropped Wide Leg Trousers in Black
Sabina Off Shoulder Top in Green
Alexis Vest in Eco White
Oliana Jumpsuit in Black
Adalee Jumpsuit in Black
Rosabel Tee in Navy
Rebecca Dress in Green
Camas Shell Top in Navy Multi
Rhea Dress in Black
Lola Stripe Dress in Grey stripe
Raina Wrap Coat in Dark blue melange
Unless otherwise stated, it is best to wash clothes on a cool or cold wash setting using a gentle, non-bleach based washing powder. This is also better for the environment. Carefully following these instructions will help your clothes look good for a long time.
With hand woven fabrics, slubs and irregularities occur naturally, and care should be taken to avoid snagging. All People Tree fabrics undergo laboratory testing to ensure that they comply with required quality standards. Detailed care labels are written and attached to each item to ensure your garment enjoys a long life and you enjoy wearing it!
Most of our woven fabrics are hand dyed. Slight colour variations make every item unique. We recommend that care instructions are followed carefully to minimize colour transfer and fading. Many of these garments would benefit from being hand washed separately and should always be dried away from direct heat and sunlight to prolong their life span.
We use intricate hand embroidery on many of our garments making each item one of a kind. They should be treated with great care to prevent threads pulling. Please wash inside out. Do not iron directly on embroidered areas.
For all of our hand knitted garments we recommend hand washing to retain the shape and appearance of your garment.
Please follow the steps below to wash your hand knitted garment. To retain its shape and appearance we recommend hand washing separately:
Please note: if you have a specific Wool Wash on your washing machine you can use this, but follow the instructions below:
Due to the natural characteristics of wool some pilling does occur. Pilling can be removed using a comb or lint remover, but take care to do it gently and do not depill too often.
If you wear, clean and store jewellery carefully, it will last longer. Jewellery should always be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off. Clean jewellery after wear. Avoid jewellery coming in contact with cosmetics, perfume, water or oil, and store jewellery in a box or bag away from light, dust and moisture.
How to clean copper and brass: Copper and Brass tarnish more quickly than silver but they can be restored to their original shine very easily. Here are two natural methods for cleaning copper and brass.
Do not use Chemical Cleaners: Many stones will be adversely affected by harsh chemical cleaners. Many will discolour and some may eventually break apart. The stones which are particularly vulnerable include Amber, Aquamarine, Coral, Emerald, Jade, Lapis, Malachite, Opal, Pearls, Shell and Turquoise. If in doubt, simply do not use any chemicals.
Light Sensitive Stones: Many stones will bleach in strong light if left exposed for long periods of time. They will lose their bright colour and eventually become drab and unattractive. The stones which are vulnerable to sunlight include Amethyst, Ametrine, Aquamarine, Aventurine, Beryl, Celestite, Chrysoprase, Citrine, Hiddenite, Kunzite, Rose and Smoky Quartz, Fluorite and Topaz.