As saying goes, "clothing makes a man". The better clothes, more regular maintenance is required, especially for tailored suits, which can last longer if cared for properly. High-quality suiting fabrics are mainly made from wool, cashmere and mohair. Wool is soft, warm, has good regenerative properties, but is relatively delicate and requires frequent care. How to deal with it?
Today, SUITISM will explain to you how to properly care for your suit by following these steps:
It's better not to wear a suit every day. To prolong service life, it needs to be changed frequently. It is recommended to prepare several suits so that there are enough styles for a shift during working week;
If you need to take off your coat indoors, correct way is to hang it on a hanger instead of throwing it on couch or floor. It is also recommended to use wooden hangers for hanging suits. Wooden hangers have a good outline, which can keep shape of suit and prevent fabric from wrinkling;
Collars, pockets, shoulders and other places where dust easily accumulates, use a soft elastic brush to brush dust from top to bottom. Pockets need to be turned out, dirty things should be poured out, and then cleaned with a brush;
Suit washing usually requires dry cleaning, so be sure to find a dedicated dry cleaner to provide professional care and reduce chance of dyeing and ironing your suit wool. Most high-quality suit fabrics are made from natural fibres, but since chemical cleaners break down fabric components, it's a good idea to not dry clean your suit too often.