Creating a closet of reliable staples isn't easy, but 1 State's collection of tops is a good place to start. Simple and versatile, the range comprises T-shirts, blouses, tank tops, long-sleeve and short-sleeve separates that are cut for a comfortable fit and enhanced with subtle details.
Demonstrating 1 State's signature style, each piece is feminine yet modern; expect floral prints, romantic ruffles and lace trims. Wear yours tucked into skirts and pants alike.
Cotton is one of the most popular fabrics, and there are many different types of cotton fabric. We suggest checking the care instructions for the specific item before washing. When it comes to cleaning cotton and cotton-blend materials, it is recommended to use a lower temperature wash at 30°C or below. Colored cotton garments should be turned inside out before washing. Gently stretch cotton to restore the original shape and air dry naturally.
There is a common misconception that linen is difficult to care for, but the material is in fact very simple to clean. It can usually be washed by hand or in the washing machine, and will actually benefit by regular laundering as it becomes softer over time. As it tends to shrink, we recommend washing linen in lukewarm or cold water using a mild soap or non-biological detergent. Avoid using bleach and fabric softener on linen, and never wring the fabric after hand washing. Remove your linen as soon as possible after washing to avoid wrinkles, and leave to dry flat naturally. Store your linen garments in a cool, dry place, and avoid wrapping them in plastic.
Few fabrics feel as luxurious as silk, and in order to keep it in its original condition for longer, we recommend carefully following the care instructions found on each individual item’s label. Some silk products are labeled as strictly ‘Dry Clean Only’, while others have ‘Dry Clean’ as the recommended cleaning method but may also be hand washed or machine washed. If you do decide to hand wash silk, always use lukewarm water and a specific, mild detergent in order to protect the silk’s natural properties. Turn the item inside out, and soak for up to 30 minutes, then rinse with cool water to remove any remaining soap. Silk should not be tumble dried, and instead can be laid flat to dry naturally. If you must wash in the machine, select a gentle, cold-water cycle, place in a laundry bag for additional protection and promptly remove from the washer to reduce any wrinkles. If the care label on your silk item says that it can be ironed, then use a low iron setting and ideally iron while it is still slightly damp.
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