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In the Month of Lovers: How to love and care for your wardrobe

At Jeeves, we love our clothes and of course, we also love our customers clothing. Caring for our client's beloved apparel is what we do, and we always relish being able to bring fine garments back to their best. Although we always love to see you, we also want to make sure you are taking the best possible care of your clothing at home. There are a few simple things you can do yourself to ensure you get the most out of your garments. Here are our 5 tips for taking care of your treasured wardrob...

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Jeeves Loves: The Latest Seasonal Trends and Stand Out Apparel

At Jeeves, we love to keep our finger on the latest fashion trends, especially when it comes to seasonal wardrobe attire and stand out garments. February is known for being the month of lovers, but it’s also a notable month for fashion lovers with the awards season in full swing. Stand out ceremonies such as the Grammy’s take place in Los Angeles, and the BAFTA’s and the Brit Awards here in London. These events are famous for showcasing the best (and sometimes the worst) the fa...

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London Fashion Week AW17 - The Highlights and On Coming Seasonal Trends

Yesterday saw the close of the autumn / winter and first edition of London Fashion Week for 2017. As ever the events were star-studded, with revered designers giving the crowds a first look at the upcoming trends for AW17. Style was showcased on and off the catwalks with both models and visitors sporting striking looks. Highlights at this year’s AW event included wearable quilt duvet coats from Preen, exquisite Disney fairy-tale inspired, embellished evening wear by Mary Katrantzou, and M...

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Garment Care Advice

  • Hang clothes outside your wardrobe for at least two hours before putting away.
  • Cover the shoulders of clothing; use a cut off dry cleaning cover, to prevent dust. Do not leave in the wardrobe completely covered as the air cannot circulate.
  • Deal with stained clothes as soon as possible. Stains left unattended may develop and damage the fabric.
  • Never rub stains, blot with a white absorbent paper towel – one piece in front and one behind.
  • Rubbing at silk, wool or linen may result in permanent removal of the dye which becomes more apparent after dry cleaning.
  • Rubbing wool may cause pile damage.
  • Do not be tempted to apply white wine, soda water, salt etc. to stains it makes the stain more problematic to deal with.
  • Dry cleaning relates best to oil based stains, never dab water on these as water sets the oils into the fabric.
  • Water based stains are more difficult to deal with and can loosen the dye in fabrics. Application of water will exacerbate the problem.
  • Always tell your dry cleaner what caused the stain and what you have done in the attempt to remove it.

Dress for the occasion. If attending a ‘High Risk’ event where drink can spill over you (cocktail party), wear something washable.
At Jeeves we advise on all areas of fabric care. Information on your garments is essential to that advice, so please try and make time to discuss your needs when you visit us.

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