CARE: Highland Coat

Care instructions to help maintain the quality and longevity of your Highland Coat:

Dry Cleaning:

  • To preserve the texture and colour of the fabric, we recommend dry cleaning the coat.
  • Choose a reputable dry cleaner experienced in handling wool blends for the best results.

Spot Cleaning:

  • For minor stains or spills, gently spot clean the affected area using a damp cloth and mild detergent.
  • Avoid rubbing vigorously to prevent damaging the fabric.


  • When not in use, store your coat in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.
  • Use a padded hanger to maintain the shape of the coat and prevent creases.

Avoiding Moths:

  • To protect against moth damage, store the coat in a garment bag with cedar chips or lavender sachets, natural repellents for insects.

Avoiding Heavy Wrinkles:

  • If the coat becomes wrinkled, gently steam it using a garment steamer or iron on a low heat setting with a pressing cloth to avoid direct contact with the fabric.

Avoiding Abrasion:

  • Be mindful of rough surfaces or sharp objects that could snag or damage the fabric, especially when sitting or leaning against them.

Avoiding Overexposure:

  • Limit prolonged exposure to rain, snow, or excessive moisture, as this could damage the fabric and affect its texture and colour.

Following these care instructions will help ensure that your Highland Coat maintains its beauty, warmth, and durability for seasons to come, allowing you to enjoy its timeless style with confidence.