All Hugh & Crye shirts are made of 100% cotton and should be cared for as a living, natural garment. In our experience, the best way to keep your shirts as fresh and crisp as the day that you got them is a cold wash, hang dry and iron.
Why Our Shirts Aren't Wrinkle Free
Ironing is a drag and getting your shirts pressed by the dry cleaner is expensive. There is perhaps no worse feeling than rolling out of bed, late for work, with nothing but wrinkled shirts to choose from. "Non-iron" or “wrinkle-free" shirts are convenient but formaldehyde has negative side effects. Read more
Washing Dress Shirts At Home
Go ahead and throw your shirts in the washing machine at home. Certain cottons can be washed in home washing machines on a gentle cycle with cold water. Please remember to wash similar colors together. Full instructions
Ironing Dress Shirts
Ironing dress shirts may not be at the very top of your preferred activities list, but it’s not as difficult as you may think, and it makes a huge difference in how you look. Some guys like to iron all their shirts for the week on a Sunday afternoon, others incorporate ironing into their morning routine. Peace of mind through daily ironing – who knew? Read more