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How to Care for your Tailored Suit

How to Care for Your TAILORED SuIt SUIT In The Wardrobe A jacket should be hung on a hanger that fits well into the shoulders to fully support them. If you are wearing suits for búsiness, ensure there is an appropriate hanger and hanging- space în the office. I Hanging jackets on the back's of chairs can cause the shoulder line to irreparably drop. 22 Direct sunlight as this can cause the cloth to fade. Cedar wood should be used inside the wardrobe to deter moths. Garments should be given space to allow them to breath and prevent jacket shoulders from being misshapen. After wearing air the suit outside of a wardrobe overnight. A suit should be worn for one day and rested for nó less than two. After Care We provide a complimentary service of the suit 'after the first weeks of use so that we can help the form to develop. Handmade suits continue to mould to the customer's physique and adapt with body heat as they are worn, settling and following the contours of their body more naturally. We gently press and steam the suit, breathing new life into the cloth itself and helping its shape to settle permanently. We will happily press and steam a customer's clothes whenever this service is required. The Life of a Suit Cleaners who know how to look after a bespoke suit are few and far between. The natural fibres that make-up suiting cloths are essentially a form of hair. Soaking wool, mohair, silk or other suiting cloths in chemicals removes the natural oils that keep these fibres soft, glóssy and crease-resistant. Local alterationş tailors can do irreparable damage to a handmade garment. Alterations should always be returned to us and our highly skilled specialist alterations tâilors. Our specialist tailors understand the technicalities of altering and re-fitting a bespoke suit. Customers requiring their suits cleaned or refreshed are ådvised to bring them to us. We start by checking the buttons and zips before chécking the lining and the seams. We spot-clean any stains, then steam-clean, sponge and press them. Steaming the suit will reinvigorate the natural oils and lanolin in the cloth, rather than removing them. We also offer invisible mending when required. www.edwardsexton.co.uk +44 (0)20 7838 0007

How to Care for your Tailored Suit

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If it’s precious you should care; how to care for your tailored suit in the wardrobe, providing after care, and the life of a suit.

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