We make durable and timeless clothes, with natural and delicate fabrics. Our pieces go through many careful hands until they are ready. To perpetuate this care and ensure greater durability of your pieces, we recommend that you follow the instructions on this page and the product's internal label.
Should any other questions arise, we are available via email at shop@handred.com.br

  • Wash the hand.
  • Dry naturally in the shade.
  • Do not use bleach.
  • It can be dried in a dryer, but at a minimum temperature (only when allowed on the inside label).
  • Do not wash parts in hot water.
  • Can be dry-cleaned (linen items only without trims and embroidery).
  • They can be ironed observing the indicated temperature.
  • Do not iron over embroidery, gemstones, and trimmings.
  • Linen items can be machine washed in gentle mode, observing the recommendations.

Linen is antibacterial, antifungal and does not cause allergies, in addition to offering protection against UV radiation and being highly resistant. It has low elasticity and does not deform easily. To dry and store, we recommend hanging on hangers. Pieces stored in airy cabinets avoid yellowing and mildew stains. Linen is our pillar and is present in all collections, bringing comfort to our tropical tailoring. It is advisable to store clothes in non-woven bags to protect them from dust and light rays. The use of plastic bags is not recommended.


It is a fiber characterized by its soft touch and shiny threads.
To keep it with its natural characteristics it is important to wash it with cold water and always by hand. After rinsing, squeeze gently to remove excess water. Never wring silk items, as this can damage the fabric. When ironing, the iron must be warm and without steam, as silk threads weaken with excessive heat. To store them in the closet, we recommend hanging them on hangers. Silk transmits purity, nostalgia, and delicacy.


Cotton is a fabric that breathes. It is versatile, resistant, and easy to maintain.
Care varies according to fabric construction and weight.

  • Jeans and Twill Pants
    Always wash inside out with buttons and zipper closed.
    Avoid chlorine bleach, it can damage the color.
    Always try to hang out on the clothesline and in the shade.
    Iron at medium temperature.
  • plain shirts
    Hand wash or machine wash on the gentlest setting.
    Iron at low temperatures.
  • Embroidered and printed shirts
    They need special attention.
    Hand wash and inside out to avoid the risk of trims coming loose and the print wearing out.
    Do not iron over embroidery, rhinestones, etc.
  • Knitting and Crochet
    They require special care.
    Give preference to hand washing. The water temperature should be room temperature to avoid shrinkage.
    Never wash with washing powder as it can shrink and harden the weave.
    Never wring the garment, just let it drain a little and squeeze the garment to remove excess water.
    Do not hang the garment vertically on the clothesline, as the weight of the water can deform the garment.
    Prefer to extend horizontally without overstretching the piece. Lay it on the clothesline grid, always in the shade. Do not expose to the sun.
    No need to iron the knit and crochet clothes.
    Store them folded.