how to care for your lembas pieces.

here's all you need to know to keep your items in the best shape possible.

ashley in the kaia fang headpiece, remy necklace, & amoret crystal necklace--all sterling silver // photo by amanda kolstedt photography // hair by karen of iloveblush // makeup by bayla artistry

ashley in the kaia fang headpiece, remy necklace, & amoret crystal necklace--all sterling silver // photo by amanda kolstedt photography // hair by karen of iloveblush // makeup by bayla artistry

all veils.

Veils are beautiful and delicate. They can crumple easily when stored away, but it's pretty easy to get them picture-perfect for your big day. Steamers are great for this task. Just take care not to press the steamer against the fabric, but let the steam do it's job at a distance. It's safer for fabric and safer for the user.

lace.

if your lace gets dirty, please professional dry clean only.

all jewellery.

avoid contact with water when possible. water can get lodged between links in jewellery and cause damage.

many of our jewellery is stainless steel, which will not tarnish and is quite sturdy and does not need much attention.

to avoid dust from collecting on jewellery, keep jewellery in zip bags (the ones they arrive in inside the packing should do fine) or in jewellery storage boxes.

jewellery is delicate, so please avoid harsh snagging, tugging, and pulling.

sterling silver.

most lembas jewellery will arrive in a plastic bag (inside the pretty packaging). to keep your sterling silver & silver plated items from tarnishing, keep them in these plastic zip bags when not being worn. your sterling silver pieces should not tarnish while in use.

if you find that your sterling silver jewellery has already tarnished, never fear! you can always use a special cloth to wipe off any tarnishing.

body chains & harnesses.

avoid tangles in body chains by hanging your pieces on clothes hangers. it saves you from the agony (and time) detangling your chains for your super awesome outfit.

as will all jewellery, avoid snagging or catching chains on surfaces/hands/etc as it can cause breakage if pulled too hard. it's something we all try to avoid with necklaces, but due to bodychains having more surface area (and drape) it can have a higher tendency to catch, if you aren't careful.

avoid contact with water/liquids when possible. we all know bodychains look awesome with swimsuits on the beach, so just make sure they dry properly. water can get lodged between links in jewellery and cause damage.