Storage of belts and bracelets:
To maintain long-lasting quality, it is very important that belts and bracelets are properly stored and cared for. Leather is a natural material that moves, stretches and is sensitive to moisture and mechanical stress.

If you can store them horizontally in your wardrobe, two solutions are recommended. Horizontally: it can be either laid out flat on a horizontal surface, or rolled up, but care must be taken not to roll it up too tightly. Suspended: can be stored on a hanger, in which case it is advisable to attach a patent to prevent belts or bracelets from falling off.

When travelling, either place them flat in the suitcase or suitcase and place them in the small canvas bag one by one, or place them flat on the bottom or on the side, depending on the size of the suitcase or bag. When you arrive at your destination, take it out as soon as possible. 


Regular Cleaning: Wipe leather accessories with a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and grime. Use a mild, pH-balanced leather cleaner for stubborn stains, avoiding harsh chemicals.

Apply a small amount of high-quality leather conditioner evenly to moisturize and prevent drying, cracking, and stiffness. Avoid

Excessive Moisture:
Keep leather away
from direct sunlight and damp conditions. If wet, pat dry with a soft cloth and let air-dry naturally—avoid heat sources like hair dryers. Proper

Handle with Care: Avoid excessive bending or twisting to prevent creases or damage. Fasten belts and wear bracelets gently to minimize stress on the leather.

Protect from Sunlight:
Store accessories away from direct sunlight to prevent fading. Consider using leather dye to restore color if fading occurs.

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