A crisp, clean, well-ironed shirt speaks volumes about the man who wears it and creates the right impression.
To avoid shrinkage, wash at a maximum of 40 degrees.
Tackle marks around the collar with a pre-wash stain remover.
Never tumble dry. Hang shirts to dry on a hanger.
Invest in a good quality steam iron, but press when damp if possible.
Ties & Pocket Squares
Your choice of tie or pocket square is a very personal one and often the first thing people notice.
Dry clean only, and as seldom as possible.
Avoid ironing ties. Hanging in a steamy bathroom will usually remove wrinkles.
When necessary, press on the back of the tie or pocket square with a cool iron, using a cloth as a barrier.
Never wear the same tie two days running, and store on a tie rack or hanger.