Your dream skirt just arrived and you're not sure how to take care of it? At SKYDANCE, we're all about high-quality materials – we want them to last as long as possible! And for that, they need proper care. It's not as complicated as it seems – just a few things to remember, and your clothes will be a staple in your wardrobe for years to come ♥


1. Wash only when necessary

Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to wash clothes after every wear! Washing too often can wear out fabrics faster and make colors fade. Hang your clothes to air out after wearing – that's usually enough. Small stains can be removed with a bit of water, and any spots can always be spot-cleaned.

2. Check the labels

Every fabric needs a different approach. So, always check the labels before washing – they'll tell you the ideal temperature for the fabric and whether you can iron it at high temperatures.

3. Choose lower temperatures

30°C is the perfect washing temperature for clothes! Opting for higher temps not only wears out fabrics faster but is also less eco-friendly. Also, go for low spin speeds. Save higher temps and spins for underwear or bed linens.

4. Separate colours

It might sound basic, but one mistake could cost you the color of your favorite shirt! Wash blacks with blacks, whites with whites, and group colors so you can wash similar shades together.

SKYDANCE products are made in Poland. We buy materials from Polish suppliers, personally testing them before production.

Before a finished product hits our website, we sew numerous samples, test different cuts, and throw many challenges at prototypes – like washing in tough conditions, ironing rigorously, or tackling stubborn stains. They definitely don't have it easy with us – but at least we're sure that our clothes and accessories will stand up to the toughest conditions!

We use a variety of materials, but our priority is always natural fabrics, like cotton, viscose, and bamboo fiber. We try to use certified materials as much as possible, like organic cotton or Lenzing™ Ecovero™ viscose. We know how our bodies suffer in synthetic materials, so whenever we can, we opt for fabrics that are skin-friendly..

Come on, let me tell you more about our materials!

Cotton —


You're probably familiar with its most common type! It's a natural, breathable fabric. But not all cotton is created equal: it took us many years to find the perfect knit that won't stretch out, pill, or lose color after washing. We use our cotton for many products, but most often for t-shirts and hoodies.


Definitely our favorite type of cotton! Mercerization is a process that cleans the fabric's surface of excess fibers, preventing pilling. Although our knits don't have this issue, this process brings an additional advantage: the fabric is incredibly soft to the touch and acquires a satin finish.


The one we use is an alternative, environmentally friendly version of classic cotton. Unlike traditional cotton, the production process of organic cotton doesn't involve synthetic fertilizers, reduces water usage, and uses natural dyes. This way, we get fabric that's safe for us and the environment.

Care tips for cotton

You can wash cotton clothes at temperatures up to 60°C, but the lower the temperature, the better. It doesn't bleed, but we suggest sorting laundry by color. You can tumble dry our knits on a mixed or cotton cycle. Our knits usually don't need ironing, just hang them after washing, and they'll straighten out on their own. But if you must – iron them inside out.

Viscose —

Viscose is an incredibly lightweight, thin, and airy fabric, making it an excellent choice for hot, summer days. It's a synthetic material of plant origin: it's made from cellulose derived from trees. It feels plush to the touch and gives a cool sensation.


ECOVERO™ certified viscose is ethically sourced – the cellulose used to make materials with this certification comes from forests managed in accordance with sustainable development principles. Additionally, the material processing consumes significantly less water and CO2. Our LENZING™ ECOVERO™ viscose is a thick, warm material, perfect for chilly autumn days.

Care tips for viscose

We recommend washing regular viscose at 30°C and on a low spin. You can tumble dry it on the delicate cycle. Avoid fabric softeners. LENZING™ ECOVERO™ viscose performs best when washed on the wool cycle or by hand – but nothing will happen to it if you wash it with regular laundry on delicate settings :)

Polyester —

Let's not hide it, polyester isn't the best choice, neither for us nor for the environment. That's why we do our best to use it as rarely as possible. It's a great addition to, for example, viscose, as it makes the fabric more durable and less prone to wrinkles. If we do opt for it – we choose a material with the highest durability.

Some of our exceptional products include our iconic mesh tops, made of tulle. We also have a few polyester skirts – most of them are leftovers from collections from years ago, available at a large discount due to having only a few pieces left.

We're not strictly black-and-white, and we allow ourselves conscious exceptions for polyester, e.g., in the case of velvet. If we know that the material is of excellent quality and performs well in everyday wear – we're not afraid to use it. In the case of velvet, your cost per wear will be counted in cents!

Care tips for polyester

You don't have to worry about it at all. Wash it as you like, you don't even need to iron it. The materials we use are so strong that they'll resist anything. ;)

Garment Care