We want you to keep your White Stuff bags and footwear for a long time to come, so we've put together this
handy guide to caring for them. If you have any more questions about looking after your new White Stuff
goodies, you can leave a comment on the product page or contact our Customer Care team.

Excess Baggage

Take care not to over-fill your bag
as it may lose its form and you
could damage the handles.

Colour Transfer

Colour fastness cannot be
guaranteed on suede or leather
pieces. Avoid contact between
them and paler materials.

Wear with Care

Bags embellished with beads
and sequins are especially
delicate.

Wet, Wet, Wet

Leave wet handbags to dry
naturally, never use artificial heat.
Stuffing your bag with paper will
help maintain the shape of your
bag as it dries. In the event of
suede or leather becoming wet
during wear, avoid contact with
light materials as colour transfer
may occur.

Suede Solutions

Prior to cleaning, make sure the
item is dry and remove any dirt.
Due to the fine nature of suede
pieces, extra care should be
taken when cleaning. Gentle use
of a suede brush will remove
most stains. Regular use of a
protector spray will help provide
invisible protection against rain,
water and staining. Protector
spray will help with water
resistance but it will not make
your item waterproof. When
using protector spray, test on a
small area first and always read
the label.

Don't Delay

Prevention is better than a cure
when it comes to suede and
leather. Regular use of a protector
spray will help provide invisible
protection to guard against rain,
water and staining. It will help
with water resistance but it will not
make your item completely
waterproof (wellies are the only
solution when it's tipping it down).
Test the protector spray on a small
area first and always read the label.

Keep it Clean

Suede can be delicate,
so clean it carefully with a special
suede brush.

Rain, Rain go Away

Colour fastness cannot be
guaranteed on suede or leather
pieces. Avoid contact with paler
materials (pale-coloured socks,
for example). Definitely avoid
contact with light materials if
your suede or leather shoes get
wet. Leave wet shoes to dry
naturally, never use artificial
heat. Use a shoe tree or stuff
them with paper to help
maintain the shape of your
shoes as they dry.

Heel Help

On certain styles there are 'top
pieces' on heels (heel caps) and
these are a replaceable
component. Do not allow them
to wear down as this could
result in damaging the rest of
the heel. They should be
replaced regularly by a
reputable cobbler.

Save our Soles

Leather soles are a natural
product and give a premium,
luxury finish to a shoe. However,
leather soles are porous in wet
conditions. To maintain the life of
your soles, we recommend that
you do not wear them in the rain
or wet conditions. To prolong the
life and wear of leather soles, we
also recommend that fine
half-rubber soles are fitted. This
can be done at most cobblers.

Fancy Feet

Shoes embellished with beads
and sequins are especially
delicate. Please take particular
care when wearing, as scuffing
may occur.

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