Caring for your cashmere scarf
Whilst your Savile Rogue scarf should last many years, cashmere is a very delicate wool and should be looked after carefully:
Deluxe, Hattrick, Minibar, Microbar, King, Superking and Youth – our knitted cashmere scarves, and all our sweaters.
Handwash in cold water using a delicate wool detergent, though please be careful not to wring the wet scarf or you will mis-shape it. Roll in a towel to remove excess water and leave to dry flat.
Do not machine wash scarves with tassels (they unravel when spun). Do not tumble dry.
You can dry clean. Once a season should be enough.
Dark colours and reds may transfer colour, so be careful to keep separate during washing and drying.
Fuzz – you can remove surface fuzz and bobbles with a Savile Rogue cashmere comb.
Classic - our woven cashmere scarf
Dry-clean only - once a season should be enough. Excessive dry cleaning can give a glazed appearance and over exposure to chemicals can degrade the fibre over a prolonged period.
Savile Rogue socks
Wool cashmere blend socks - these can be machine or hand washed, but they are wool so will shrink at high temperatures (wash at 30° max).
Wash with similar colours as there is slight risk of colour transfer with strong colours, especially on initial washes.
Machine wash at 30-40°.
Faithful - our merino / cotton scarves
Hand wash in cool water. Roll excess water out wrapped in a towel - do not wring. Dry flat to retain shape and cool iron.