Hiromi blouse is made in a hammered silk, meaning the fabric has “bubble” texture. This Singoalla-inspired blouse has a raglan sleeve and a slit at bottom of sleeve with a slick metallic button.
• Fits true to size, take your normal size. Slightly oversized.
• Model is 174cm/ 5,7 feet and is wearing a size small
• Materials: 100% silk (hammered)
• Color: Washed Black
To keep it in a great condition and make it last as long as possible we recommend following:
1. Steam it
If the blouse isn’t dirty, steam it! Did you know that 99,9 % of the bacteria are killed when steaming? So it gives the same effect as a dry clean except way cheaper. You can buy a hand steamer at Thesteamery.com
2. Wash it
If you need to wash it, you can either choose dry-clean or use the hand wash program on your washing machine.
If you choose the hand wash program, make sure you use a detergent that is free from enzymes, preferably a silk detergent or a special detergent for fine and fra- gile items (ordinary detergent damages the fat that gives silk its soft feeling).
Make sure all zippers are closed and wash the silk piece by itself.
3. Hang dry
Once the garment is washed, hang it directly on a hanger to dry.