Washing by hand is highly recommended to avoid shape distortion and pilling.

  • Simply wash with mild soap and water.
  • Gently remove excess water by lightly squeezing the items.
  • Lay flat to dry. You can readjust their shape before leaving them to dry.
  • Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry.


Washing is not necessary unless extremely soiled. You may wipe (only the crocheted portion!) with damp cloth and lay flat or hang to dry.

Wipe earring hooks with dry cloth and do not let them come in contact with water or alcohol to avoid them from being tarnished.


To clean

  • Hand wash with mild soap and water. DO NOT machine wash as this will damage the dress.
  • Rinse and gently comb your fingers through the tulle to straighten the pieces out.
  • Use a hanger to hang the dress up to dry.

More tips!
To remove wrinkles

  • For best results, use a clothes steamer. Using the lowest heat setting, point the steamer nozzle at the wrinkles, keeping it about 2 inches away from the tulle.
  • Keep moving the nozzle over the tulle until the wrinkles flatten and disappear. Depending on how wrinkled the tulle is, you’ll probably need to hover the steam over it for a few seconds.
  • Always use the lowest heat setting and never apply heat directly to the tulle.
  • If you don’t have a clothes steamer, you can hang the dress in the bathroom with a steamy hot shower for 15 to 20 minutes. You can also straighten the tulle by spraying water with a spray bottle and hang the dress up to dry (but do not soak, just mist).

To remove static cling

If the tulle awkwardly bunches and clings in all the wrong places, that means it is full of static. To remove static cling, here’s what you can do.

  • Make a solution of water and 2 tablespoons of liquid fabric softener. Mix vigorously.
  • Fill a spray bottle with the solution.
  • Mist each layer lightly and hang the dress up to dry.

To remove frayed ends

If the tulle gets caught on something or frays at the ends, simply use a pair of sharp scissors to cut off the frayed ends.