So that everything goes smoothly.


The collar stays should be removed before washing and only reinserted after ironing.

Hang the shirt on a hanger and close the top button to ensure that it retains its shape. Pull the shirt slightly into shape and then allow it to dry slightly on the hanger. It is ideal to leave the shirt damp as natural fibers are easier to iron when damp, without the need for steam.

If the shirt is dry before ironing, it is advisable to spray it lightly with water to achieve a better ironing result.

Ironing has a big impact on the feel and look of your clothes. We have created a step-by-step guide to help you make your favorite garment look perfect.

Start with the cuff. Open the buttons on the cuff and slit and make sure that the inside is facing upwards. Do not apply too much pressure when ironing.

Start with the cuff. Open the buttons on the cuff and slit and make sure that the inside is facing upwards. Do not apply too much pressure when ironing.

We then turn our attention to the collar. Place the collar on the ironing board in its naturally rounded shape. Do not apply too much pressure to the collar and start ironing from the center outwards to the collar corners.

We then turn our attention to the collar. Place the collar on the ironing board in its naturally rounded shape. Do not apply too much pressure to the collar and start ironing from the center outwards to the collar corners.

Place the sleeve face up on the ironing board and make sure that the sleeve is parallel to you. Then iron from the cuff upwards.

Important: Do not iron over the sleeve slit.

Place the sleeve face up on the ironing board and make sure that the sleeve is parallel to you. Then iron from the cuff upwards.

Important: Do not iron over the sleeve slit.

Pull the left shoulder section into the sleeve over the end of the ironing board and iron the yoke (upper shirt press). Repeat the same on the right side.

Pull the left shoulder section into the sleeve over the end of the ironing board and iron the yoke (upper shirt press). Repeat the same on the right side.

Pull the wrong side of the front over the ironing board, with the shoulder section over the rounded side. Iron the buttonhole placket from the hem to the collar. Then iron the rest of the front from the collar to the hem. Repeat the process with the right front piece.

Finally, iron the back in the same way as the front (starting at the hem).

Pull the wrong side of the front over the ironing board, with the shoulder section over the rounded side. Iron the buttonhole placket from the hem to the collar. Then iron the rest of the front from the collar to the hem. Repeat the process with the right front piece.

Finally, iron the back in the same way as the front (starting at the hem).