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Bondi | Shop 1, 83 Glenayr Ave, Bondi

Cronulla | Shop 6, 17 Gerrale St, Cronulla

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Longevity over landfill. We make every piece with the intention that you'll love it for seasons to come. Here is how to get the most out of your Pfeiffer.

Our collections are predominantly made with natural fibres. This means they feel and age better than synthetics. It also means that they need a little love when you try it on for the first time so that they look their best.

We recommend hanging up your piece and allowing it to relax. Use a steamer to relax the piece especially if there are twists. Our twists are a bit more challenging to iron so we recommend using a steamer. You can also hang the piece in the bathroom while you're having a shower. The steam generated by the shower will relax your new piece.

Your relationship and care of your wardrobe favourites should be easy. Dry Clean only is hard. Machine washable means you get to wear your pieces more for less cost and it is so much better for the environment. 

With the exception of leather, of our designs are either hand or machine washable. Follow directions on the care label for temperature and any additional specifics. A cold wash on delicate, in a delicates bag is the way to go for most pieces. You will extend the life of your garment if you launder it gently in cool temperatures.  Do not wash your Pfeiffer pieces with other styles that have metal zippers, studs or buttons, the metal can cause abrasions and holes in the fabric.

Make life easy and look after our planet. Wash and go. 

See below for our tips and tricks

Wash in cool water by hand or on the delicates cycle

Hot water and tumble dryers can really damage cotton fibres and make them shrink

Use a delicates bag where possibleAvoid the tumble dryer as it can make fabrics shrink and affects their texture and integrity. They also consume a lot of electric energy.

Use a quality detergent that is eco safeHang your dresses and shirts on a clothes hanger to avoid wrinkles and peg marks, this is especially important for our twist dresses

Use an iron or steamer on linens and cottons to straighten out hems and edges

Avoid drying in direct sunlight as the sun can make fabric brittle and fade the colours, especially darker browns and blacks. If your piece is wrinkled, you can put it on a hanger and hang it in the bathroom while you're having a shower. The steam will help drop and soften the wrinkles. 

We select our trims and accessories carefully so chances are, if you loose a button, we will have extras.

Contact us and we will arrange to get your trim or button replacements where we can.

Also, our garments are made for tailoring, moving buttons, strap length and hem lengths can make the garment perfect for you.

Email us for advice on repairing. Our production team will be happy to provide suggestions and direction.

Linen is an incredible fibre that has become one of the building blocks of our collection.

When taken care of, linen not only lasts, it will age beautifully and with the individual shape of your body.

Linen can be washed at high temperatures and is very hard wearing but for the sake of colour, we recommend minimal washing at cool temperatures.

We recommend spot cleaning your leather pieces. Dry cleaning is usually unnecessary especially if the garment is black.


Properly caring for your Pfeiffer means they will last a long time, conserve natural resources and keep beautiful garments out of landfill. Click the below for tips on how you can extend the life of your Pfeiffer.

Washing in cold water is the best both for the environment and your clothes. It also means less colour fade.

Our signature tucks and twists are best when hung out to dry. As soon as they come out of the machine, we recommend hanging on a clothes hanger for the details to fall back into place and minimises the need for steaming or ironing.

It also means you avoid the dryer which is damaging and uses the most amount of electricity of all household appliances.

If a garment is labelled 'dry clean only' it usually means that the fabric, construction or a combination of two fabrics will not hold their shape when washed. When it is time to dry clean, use an environmentally aware dry cleaner who avoids the use of perchloroethylene / 'perc'.

Our fabrics only get better with time. Avoid the iron and hang dry to make things easy for the environment and yourself. to get our minor wrinkles, hang your garment in the bathroom while you shower. The steam created is usually enough to smooth out most fabrics.