Iro's collection of tops revolves around top-quality fabrics and meticulous tailoring that'll last for years to come. From T-shirts and blouses to short-sleeve and long-sleeve tops, each design is expertly crafted from top-quality fabrics like cotton, linen and silk.
Available in neutral hues as well as bolder patterns, Iro's elevated staples deserve a place in every closet. Most styles will tuck neatly into jeans or a mini skirt.
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. Cotton can sometimes be prone to shrinking when it is washed and dried, and to prevent this happening it is recommended to use water that is 30°C or below, either by hand or in the washing machine. This will help avoid color fading and dye transfer. Before allowing to air dry naturally, cotton can be gently stretched when they come out of the wash to restore shape.
Made from the fibers of the flax plant, linen is simple to care for and can generally be both hand and machine washed. 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. It is advised to wash separately from other fabrics, in lukewarm or cold water with a mild soap or a non-biological detergent. This will help prevent color fade. Avoid using bleach and fabric softener on linen, and never wring the fabric after hand washing. Lay linen garments flat to dry. 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. If your silk is not dry clean only, then it can be hand washed in lukewarm water with a delicate detergent. It is advised to clean silk using a lower temperature to other fabrics, as hot water can affect the material’s natural properties and damage to the fibers. We also recommend selecting a specially-formulated silk detergent, which will be gentler on its natural proteins. Turn the item inside out, and soak for up to 30 minutes, then rinse with cool water to remove any remaining soap. Avoid putting in the tumble dryer and instead lay flat to dry naturally. If you need to clean in the machine, first place in a laundry bag, select a delicate, cold-water cycle and remove promptly once the cycle has finished to reduce 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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