Save some cash at the dry cleaners by making less visits, and use a small, reputable dry cleaner with a premium service. Two to three times a year is a lot for most suits if you’re using them in a good rotation. Often a pressing is sufficient to freshen up the garment or hang them outside in the cool and moist night air (under cover and in the suit bag). This will gently rehydrate and recover the cloth. If your garment is soiled in only a localised area, ask for a spot clean only, or press a damp cloth gently on the mark. For olive oil drops, apply talcum powder in a small mound onto the spot, then dust off after 12 hours without massaging it into the cloth. Ask your dry cleaner to cover horn and shell buttons in foil, so they aren’t damaged. Feel free to drop your suit off to one of our showrooms for a press and freshen up anytime, and have a coffee while you wait.