Care Guide

Follow the guide to preserve your Rorelady articles and make them last.

Our fabrics

The viscose

How to take care of your viscose garments?

Hand washing in cold water is preferred.

But if you choose the washing machine, we recommend a gentle, cold cycle without a centrifuge.

Viscose can be air-dried on a hanger.

A piece made from viscose may tend to shrink temporarily when washed: don't panic, it will return to its original size, just iron it while it is still wet.

The jersey

How do you take care of your jerseys?

The Shirts can be machine washed up to 30°C.

To maintain their softness, they prefer air-drying.

The knit

How to preserve Rorelady knitwear?

1 - Gentle cleaning, cold washing in the washing machine, preferably by hand. A short cycle is better.

2 - Softly squeeze the garment, without twisting it. Dry on a clean cloth. Place the sleeves well so that they do not deform. Avoid pulling the garment and bear in mind that the shape it will have when wet will be the same when dry.

3 - No need to iron. But if necessary, use a very delicate iron and a damp cloth (a damp cloth to avoid direct contact of the hot iron with the fabric).


We recommend dry cleaning these types of pieces, in order to clean them without damaging the fabric or the shape of the piece.

We also suggest storing them on hangers so they can smooth out naturally.

If needed, you can gently iron them: in this case, we recommend using a damp cloth to protect the fibers.

The denim

How to take care of your jeans?

They can be machine-washed up to 40°C and are resistant to drying up to 60°C.

To protect the planet, we recommend washing them as little as possible.

This will also allow them to retain their fit and fade for longer.

Please note that raw denim may have excessive material during the first wash and is best washed with darker clothes.

Suede and sheepskin

Some of our accessories are made from suede leather, a material that doesn't like to be in contact with water. You'll need to waterproof your pieces before wearing them and to repeat the operation frequently. We recommend first brushing delicately the leather (with a soft brush or crepe brush) in order to remove any dust before applying the product.

If in spite of all these precautions, the suede gets wet, let it air dry. Never place it right next to a source of heat, or in the sun.

In case of stain, you can use a special suede eraser. They are slightly abrasive so we recommend gently rubbing the fabric.

The outside of our sheepskin jackets is also made of suede. This kind of skin, more delicate than the ones used on our accessories, doesn't like heavy rains. We recommend following the previous instructions, but to avoid brushing the skin. If the skin gets wet, pad it delicately with a clean towl to absorb the excess water and let it dry at room temperature, away from any source of heat.

Never cover your sheepskin jacket with plastic: store it in a well-ventilated closet without dust. We don't recommend dry cleaning sheepskin. In case of absolute necessity, take it to a cleaner specialized in skins.