The best way to store bras depends on the style of the bra. With soft cup bras, it is fine to fold them and store them flat in your lingerie drawer, with moulded cup bras we suggest that you stack these into one another to ensure that you maintain the cup shape. In other words, "spoon" them one behind the other in your drawer with the cups facing up. Do not place anything on top of your moulded cup bras to ensure that they do not get squashed and bent out of shape. To keep briefs and g strings in tip top shape, store them flat on top of one another in a separate drawer to your bras.
Always follow the Manufacturers recommendations. Hand washing is always our first suggestion when it comes to laundering your lingerie, but of course this is not always practical. At the very least, if you must machine wash your bras, you should always wash them in a lingerie bag - we have lovely ones here on the website just follow this link. That way they cannot get damaged by being pulled around in the wash by heavier items. We also suggest that you wash in cold or warm water on a delicate wash if you can. For drying, do not hang in direct sunlight as this can quickly dull delicate bra fabrics and definitely do not tumble dry. Tumble Dryers can melt wires and other small decorative items on bras. Note: No exchanges will be made on Bras that have been damaged in Washing Machines or Tumble Dryers.
Generally wash your bras after 2-3 wears (or more regularly if working hard in Sports Bras).
All Bras will stretch with usage and age. Remember to keep adjusting the shoulder straps and the fit at the back (ie: move in to the next row of clasps at the back) as your bra becomes looser. This will ensure that you get the most use out of your bra.
By following the above Product Care advice you will help to prolong the life of your bras.