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While you're wearing your suit: Carry as little as possible in the pockets; ideally nothing in the jacket pockets. After wearing your suit: Brush your suit after each wearing, using a natural bristle brush. Hang your suit up, clean and unbuttoned, after each wearing. Use a curved, wide-shoulder hanger, with the curve facing forward. If you’re not a frequent suit-wearer, keep your suit looking fresh and well-maintained with a quick brush and airing every now and then. Try to ‘rest’ your suit between each wearing. This will let the cloth fibres settle and the suit’s shape relax back into place. Cleaning your suit: Always read and follow the instructions on your suit’s care label. Only have your suit dry-cleaned if it’s actually dirty, and ask your dry cleaner to just spot-clean the soiled area if possible. It’s best to have your suit pressed by your dry-cleaner.
KNITWEAR Always read and follow the cleaning instructions on your knitwear item’s care label. Wool items need to rest between wearings to allow the fibres to settle.
SHIRTS Avoid washing cotton and cotton blend shirts in high temperatures – this will prematurely age the fabric and buttons. If the shirt isn’t too soiled, a gentle, warm wash followed by drip-dry is best. Make sure shirts are buttoned up before you put them in the washing machine; this helps to preserve the buttons and retain the shirt’s shape.
TIES Always follow the instructions on your tie’s care label. Hang your tie up on a coat or tie hanger, to allow the creases to fall away and the tie to regain its shape.