Vintage newborn bonnet
Any newborn need a cosy bonnet to keep snug. This soft vintage new born bonnet, made of 100% cashmere, will be part of the youg mother's maternity bag.
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Any newborn need a cosy bonnet to keep snug. This soft vintage new born bonnet will perfectly suit. A little chin strap to hold the hat in place. A perfect match with our ivory booties, pants or Oscar cache-coeur. Made of 100% cashmere, 2 ply yarn. Can also fit a baby up to 3 months.
All our garments are made in 100% pure cashmere, which is an extensible materiel.
- size guide for sweaters, cardigans, dresses, pants, coats and jumpsuits :
|0-3 months||3-6 months||6-12 months||1-2 years||2-3 years||4 years||6 years|
- size guide for bonnets and balaclavas:
|6-12 months||6-18 months||2-5 years|
|Head circumference (cm)||35||42 to 45||42 to 47||48 to 53|
|Head circumference (inches)||13.75||16.5 to 17.75||16.5 to 18.5||19 to 21|
- size guide for booties:
|3-6 months||6-12 months|
|Foot length (cm)||9||10||12|
|Foot length (inches)||3.5||4||4.75|
- size guide for mittens:
|Hand circumference (cm)||10 to 11||11 to 12.5|
|Hand circumference (inches)||4 to 4.5||4.5 to 5|
To best preserve your cashmere garment, we recommend you wash it in a special fabric cover or washing bag. Similar to woollen fibre, the use of a special wool detergent is recommended, but make sure you don’t add a fabric softener. Similarly, a cold wool program (max 30°) is highly recommended to avoid shrinkage of the fibre. Lastly, gently wring your cashmere garment at a maximum of 600 rpm. Machine washing is recommended for cashmere because the garment will be washed in a regular movement that will cause less damage than a random hand wash. Cashmere garments should be washed as little as possible to preserve their properties.
You can also wash your cashmere sweater by hand - in cold water with a small amount of special «wool» product, without twisting or rubbing. Gently rinse until the water runs clear, then squeeze the garment with a sponge-towel, rolling it. Above all, never twist the sweater with your hands, as your garment may become deformed.
We do not recommend dry cleaning your cashmere garments. Cashmere fibre loves water, and needs it to preserve its softness and suppleness; washing with water is therefore entirely appropriate and will preserve your cashmere best. However, under exceptional circumstances, you can entrust your cashmere garment to a dry cleaning professional for persistent stains.
The use of liquid bleach is prohibited for cashmere garments.
After wringing your cashmere sweater, set it out to regain its shape, then dry it flat, away from direct sunlight and heat sources, in order to preserve its shape, fibre and colour. Never put your cashmere garments in a dryer.
When your cashmere garment is dry, iron it inside-out using a slightly hot iron, but never with the iron directly touching the cashmere: always use a cloth in between (possibly dampened). We recommend you don’t iron edges (collar, sleeves, etc.) so that they retain their elasticity.
It is normal for a new cashmere garment to produce some pilling, but they’ll disappear after a few washes. You can also remove them gently by hand. We recommend storing your cashmere garment folded flat, in a bag for even more protection. Lastly, beware of moths, as they are very fond of cashmere.