Garment care

How to Store your Pretty Outfits :
• The garments should be stored in the original garment bags, coverings and pouches provided.
• Embroidered garments should be stored in a ventilated space, and not in stuffed attics and basements where air ventilation is limited. Embroidered garments should not be stored in plastic bags and coverings, it can lead to build up of moisture in the clothing causing mildew.
• All the garments should be stored in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
• Heavy weighted garments such as bridal lehengas must be folded with acid-free tissue paper placed in between the folds. Hanged storage of heavy weighted garments can lead the fabric to stretch and distort from its original form.
Fabric Care
• The garments should not be placed in direct yellow light, spotlight and sunlight, to avoid discoloration.
• Make sure to steam iron only on the reverse side of the fabric to avoid damage and distortion of the fabric.
• Do Not use flat iron, only steam iron must be used to iron the fabrics.
Cleaning Instructions
• All embroidered and non-embroidered garments must be Dry Cleaned Only.

The fit of our clothing depends on the cut, fabric and style of each garment. Some garments are designed to have a looser, relaxed fit and some garments are styled to be more fitted. Please review our sizing guide to select the size best suited to you.
We have done our best to display as accurately as possible the colours of the products shown on this Web site. However, because the colours you see will depend on your monitor, we cannot guarantee that your monitor display of any colour will be accurate. Reds and blues tend to run. Please always wash like colours together and dry inside out in the shade. Silks must only be dry cleaned.