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Is sustainable fashion really possible?

Our idea is simple and at the same time the most important one in the fashion industry today – on-demand production. If you don’t order the garment, we don’t produce it. Simple as that.

Thank you for choosing the only true sustainable fashion there is.

Our sustainability vision

Sustainable fashion is the only way to go forward. We at Blugiallo are determined to reduce our impact on the environment and make a sustainable future possible. The number of garments going to landfill each year is staggering and definitely something we are ready to challenge.

Blugiallo was founded with the idea of keeping the fashion industry alive but make it better and more sustainable for everyone through tailor-made garments. By developing unique garments for every client, one piece at a time, we’ll make sure your wardrobe will be updated with garments based on your personal needs and preferences. Here we have gathered some information about our products and also some tips on how to best take care of them to make them last as long as possible.


Garment care - How to take care of your clothes

Your Blugiallo garment is not just a piece of clothing, it's a work of art. Proper care plays a critical role in preserving and extending the lifetime of your garment and we have gathered all the information you need to make it last as long as possible.

It is important to take good care of your suit if you wish to be able to use it for a long time. You will find all of our suits here.

  • When stored, use a proper hanger with a hang bar and wide paddles, it will help retain the shape of the suit. Fold the trousers by the press folds and make sure that the zipper is folded inward before hanging them on the hang bar. Always keep the jacket unbuttoned and have the left side of the front overlap the right side. 
  • Let your suit rest between uses, it will decrease the stress of the fabric. We recommend at least 24 hours between uses. Leave your suit out to air dry after every use if possible. 
  • Brush your suit with a clothing brush once in a while to remove deep rooted dust.
  • Submit the suit for pressing when needed. Avoid dry cleaning as much as possible since it will damage the fibers and shorten the lifespan of your suit. Dry clean only when there are noticeable stains and gently use a steamer to remove wrinkles.
  • If you’re not using your suit very often you can preferably store it in a garment bag.

Cashmere has a natural resistance to stains, odor, and grease, and does not need washing very often. Washing less will help the garment last longer and you can preferably leave them outside to air. All knitwear pieces can be viewed here.

  • Use a wool program or hand wash program when washing. This is a gentler program to avoid shrinkage. Do not wash in temperatures over 30°C.
  • Between uses, keep your cashmere garments folded. Knitwear should not be stored on a hanger as this can stretch the garment out of shape.
  • Spray cedar oil, or keep cedar blocks, in the drawer to keep moths and woodpeckers away.
  • In the early stages of the use of the garment, it’s normal for knitwear to produce excess fiber or ‘pilling’. After two or three washes the material will settle. Manually remove any pilling carefully with our wool comb.

The perfect base layer needs some extra attention since it is always worn closest to your body. But with the right care, you can make your t-shirt last longer. 

  • Use a deodorant without aluminum to decrease the risk of yellow stains.
  • Store it hanging or folded but use a proper hanger or fold it carefully to minimize creasing. 
  • Wash it inside out at a low temperature (30°C or below) if possible. 
  • After washing, stretch it gently to retain the shape. Let it hang-dry or lay it flat. Do not hang it folded over a washing line. 
  • If ironing is needed turn the t-shirt inside out and iron at a low temperature. You can also steam your t-shirt to freshen it up.

Put a little extra effort into the washing process of your shirt and you will lengthen its lifespan even more. Use a steamer gently to remove wrinkles and odors.

  • Wash your shirt only when needed. If possible let it hang outside to air after use. 
  • Decide the temperature based on how soiled your shirt is. A lower temperature is gentler for the fabric and saves energy.
  • If it has small wrinkles you can hang it in the bathroom while showering for a steamer-effect. 
  • Wash your shirt inside out and unbuttoned.
  • Let your shirt dry on a hanger and make sure to button it for it to form the right shape. We don’t recommend tumble drying since it will stress the fabric.
  • Use a deodorant without aluminum to decrease the risk of yellow stains.

View all of our shirts, both formal, casual, and overshirts here.

Don’t wash your denim jeans more often than necessary. We recommend washing your jeans only when there is an obvious stain. Hanging them outside to ” breathe” for a few hours is often enough to make them feel fresh again.

  • If needed, wash your jeans inside out and at the right temperature. We recommend a maximum of 30°C.
  • Let your jeans dry flat to avoid getting any wrinkles or lines. We don’t recommend tumble drying since it will weaken the fibers in the denim fabric.
  • Store your jeans hanging on a proper trouser hanger, or folded. Do not use the belt loops to hang your jeans, it will stress, and tare the fabric and eventually, they will break. 

Your outerwear is perhaps the garment that is most exposed to dirt and other external circumstances so it’s crucial to know how to take good care of it. For example, protect your wool overcoat as much as possible with an umbrella when it’s raining. 

  • An overcoat or jacket is often very heavy therefore it is important that you use a proper hanger when storing it to keep its shape. 
  • Use a clothing brush to remove all visible stains as quickly as possible.
  • Hang it outside to air if you want to freshen it up.
  • Leave it to dry-cleaning only when necessary.