Custom clothing is a great investment, but it's important to take care of it properly in order to keep it looking its best for years to come.

All custom clothing requires higher quality care than you might otherwise give to cheaper, ready-made clothes. Below are our top Eight tips to get the most wear, confidence, and enjoyment out of your clothes.

Here are some tips for taking care of custom clothing:

  1. High quality cloth is your friend. Just like a superior burger starts with high-quality croquette, a superior shirt starts with high-quality fabric. Fabrics with thread counts in the 80’s-120’s made with robust 2-ply weaves offer the most bang for your buck in terms of performance and comfort. 
  2. Read the care label. This is the most important tip! The care label will tell you how to wash, dry, and iron your custom clothing.
  3. Wash your custom clothing inside out. This will help protect the fabric from fading and pilling.
  4. Use cold water and a mild detergent. Hot water can damage the fabric, so it's best to use cold water. A mild detergent will also help protect the fabric.
  5. Avoid using fabric softener. Fabric softener can leave a residue on the fabric that can make it look dull and lifeless.
  6. Hang them up when they're not onto you. Avoid putting your custom clothing in the dryer, as this can damage the fabric.
  7. Iron your custom clothing on a low setting. Again, high heat can damage the fabric, so it's best to iron on a low setting.
  8. Store your custom clothing properly. When you're not wearing your custom clothing, store it in a clean, dry place. You can also use a garment bag to protect it from dust and dirt.

By following these tips, you can help keep your custom clothing looking its best for years to come.

Here are some additional tips for taking care of custom clothing:

  1. Have your custom clothing professionally cleaned every few months. This will help remove any dirt, dust, or stains that can build up over time.
  2. Be careful when wearing your custom clothing. Avoid getting it caught on sharp objects or rubbing it against rough surfaces.
  3. If you do get a stain on your custom clothing, act quickly. The sooner you treat the stain, the easier it will be to remove.
  4. Don't be afraid to ask for help. If you're not sure how to care for your custom clothing, ask the tailor or store where you bought it for advice.

Taking care of custom clothing may seem like a lot of work, but it's worth it in the long run. By following these tips, you can help your custom clothing look its best for years to come