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Product Care Guide

At Belle & Bloom, we take pride in designing wool coats, leather bags, watches and scarves that are not only stylish enough to suit the modern woman but are also staple pieces that are perfect for any occasion. Caring for them requires more attention, and we’re here to guide you so every piece you buy can be a part of your life for longer. 

Wool Coats

Wool is a natural fibre and an excellent insulator, requiring extra care. We at Belle & Bloom like to use Double Brushed Wool, meaning the fabric is soft on both sides, lightweight and retains extra warmth. Our coats are unlined to eliminate extra bulk and, therefore, expertly crafted with clean finished seams. 

Follow the below care instructions, and your wool coats and women’s coats will definitely stand the test of time.

  • Hang your wool coats in the bathroom when you shower — Consider hanging your wool coats in the bathroom during a hot shower to help steam out the big wrinkles. Then, touch up any spots using an iron on a low setting or a steamer. The coat will look so fresh and crisp — perfect for immediate wear to wherever you want to go.
  • Dry clean your women’s coats — Belle & Bloom coats are dry clean only. If you happen to have a spill, blot the fabric carefully, don’t rub! Consult a dry cleaner for additional help. We recommend that you dry clean the coat at the beginning AND end of the season.
  • Use a lint roller with your wool coats — Gently brush with a lint roller after wearing to remove any surface soil or lint.
  • Store your wool coats away from direct sunlight — Make sure you don’t hang them in direct sunlight, as it will cause the colour to fade. For best results, actually, hang it on a plastic or wood hanger.
  • Use a garment bag for your wool coats — At the end of winter, store your freshly dry-cleaned coat in a garment bag to protect it from moths or other critters between seasons. Keep in a dry place, especially if you live in a humid climate.

Leather Bags

Made with genuine leather, Belle & Bloom handbags require a little bit of extra care. Follow the below, and you will be just fine.

  • Use protector spray on your leather bag — We recommend that you spray your leather bag with a protector spray once a month, based on daily use. It can be the same product that you would use for shoes. This will help protect the bag from any water and stains that you may encounter. Follow the instructions on the spray, and you won’t regret it.
  • Use a damp cloth when wiping your bag — Wipe up any stains as soon as possible with a soft, slightly damp cloth. For more serious stains, wipe down with a leather cleaner (test in an inconspicuous spot first) and wipe with a damp cloth to avoid clogging the leather’s pores.
  • Store your bag properly — Store in its original dust bag in a dry place when not in use. Stuff the bag so it retains its shape. If you can, air out the leather every two weeks to prevent mould growth.

 

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