Thursday, December 27, 2012

Allure Men Tuxedos

Your groom will look great in the new Allure Men tuxedo by Jean Yves
available in tan, black, and steel gray! Just one of the many designers from DuBois Formalwear!


Monday, December 17, 2012

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Tuxedo Dressing Tips


Dressing Tips

Jacket
  • Coat sleeves should fall to break in wrist when arms are down at side.
Pants
  • The perfect length pant breaks slightly on top of the shoe and angles a bit downward in the back.
Shoes

  • Black dress socks and shoes should be worn with a black or dark colored tuxedo. White socks and shoes should be worn with a white tuxedo.
  • If shoe requires laces, they should be strung in horizontal fashion.
Accessories
  • The tips of the collar on a winged-collared shirt should be tucked behind the bow tie, not left to flap in front of the tie.
  • Cummerbunds are worn with pleats facing up.
  • Shirt sleeves should be extended just beyond jacket sleeves (about half a inch).
  • Cuff links should match studs.
  • A boutonniere should be worn on the left lapel and tilted slightly outward. Don't worry if the button hole is sewn closed, which is often the case. Just pin the boutonniere on top.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

How to Tie a Bow Tie

It's Tuxedo Tip Tuesday! With the holidays just around the corner, these instructions on how to tie a bow tie may come in handy!


Monday, October 8, 2012

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Tuxedo vs. Suit


Tuxedo vs. Suit

Tuxedos and suits have very different functions. While a suit is more a conservative affair and mostly worn to work during the day, a tuxedo is more for semi-formal evening events. On a suit, the lapel will be the same cloth as the rest of the suit, with no embellishments on either the jacket or pants. Tuxedos, on the other hand, tend to have a satin lapel and satin stripes running down the outside legs of the pants.

Both tuxedos and suits are worn for weddings; if you are opting for a more casual event, suits may be the way to go. On the other hand, if you wish to have a more elegant wedding, you may want to go with a traditional tuxedo. Either way, you'll surely look your best!


Suit Example Tuxedo Example

Friday, September 21, 2012

Wedding Photo Friday!

It's Wedding Photo Friday! This beautiful photo was sent to us from Mollie, a customer at DuBois Formalwear. Don't you love their fall colors?



Monday, September 10, 2012

Customer Review

Check out this photo from customer Jake Borley's wedding. Here's what he had to say about his experience working with DuBois Formalwear: 

"DuBois' staff is very knowledgeable and fun to work with. I had a great experience picking out the style of my tux and my groomsmen's tuxes. They had all the colors we wanted, were very affordable, and we would highly recommend them to everyone!!"

Don't they look awesome?



Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Groom's Calendar


Groom's Calendar

In this day and age, grooms are taking a much more active role in the planning of their weddings.  For this reason, we've created a groom's calendar to make sure that you don't forget any important details of wedding planning!

10-12 Months Before...
After your engagement, and about 10-12 months before your wedding date, you should begin to discuss wedding plans with your fiance, parents, and other responsible parties. It is important to establish a budget so you know how much you are willing to spend. At this time, you should also select who you would like to be in your wedding party, including your best man, groomsmen, and ushers.

8-9 Months Before...
After announcing your engagement to family and friends, establishing a budget, and selecting your wedding party, you should begin to prepare your guest list.  By knowing approximately how many people you will be expecting at your ceremony, you can decide on a venue for your wedding and meet with your religious or other official to discuss the ceremony.  At this time, you can also start looking into honeymoon travel plans.  Remember that tickets are usually much cheaper if purchased in advance!  

6 Months Before...
While your bride is busy picking out the perfect wedding dress, it is now your responsibility to pick out the perfect tuxedos for yourself and your wedding party! About six months before your wedding date, you should visit your local DuBois Formalwear store to register your wedding party and pick out your wedding styles.  Make sure that all of your groomsmen know that they need to get fitted for their tuxedos and place their orders.  At this time, you should also begin to make transportation plans for how you and your wedding party will get to the ceremony and the reception.  

3 Months Before...
Three months before your wedding date, you should have your guest list and honeymoon plans finalized.  This is also the time when you should select and order your wedding rings, choose gifts for your wedding party, and choose a gift for your lovely bride!  Additionally, you and your bride should begin to plan the rehearsal dinner.  



1 Month Before...
At this time, you will need to make sure that everyone in your wedding party has been measured for their tuxedos and that those who are from out of town have returned their fitting cards.  You should also file for your marriage license one month before your wedding date!

2 Weeks Before...
Make sure that you have sent all of your new information to insurance carriers, banks, and other institutions about 2 weeks before your wedding date. 


The Week Before...
Pick up your tuxedo and try everything on to ensure a proper fit!  Start packing for your honeymoon!



Your Wedding Day...
On your wedding day, double check all of the details, especially the rings and the license.  Make sure that you arrive at the ceremony on time, and enjoy your special day! 

Monday, August 27, 2012

Wedding Entrance Dance Video

It's "Marry Me" Monday! Check out this wedding party dancing 
their way down the aisle. It will surely brighten your morning!



Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Groomsmen Out of Town?

The Out-of-Towners

We are often asked by brides and grooms, "What if one of my guys is from out of town? How are you going to get his measurements?"  Well, you have nothing to worry about! As a service based industry, almost all tuxedo stores, bridal stores, and men's clothiers are accustomed to having men drop in and ask to be fitted.  DuBois does this daily, FREE OF CHARGE, no matter where you are attending a wedding and no matter who is providing the formalwear.  This is a professional courtesy that has been observed by all formalwear associations since formalwear was first rented.  After your guy finds a tux store to get fitted at, he can send his measurements to us via phonefaxe-mailour website,mail, or through anyone else in the wedding party.  It doesn't get any easier than that!


AND... If you want a trouble free event, it's always best to go through a local tuxedo company. Here are the reasons why: 

  1. Local companies will have everything in stock: Should anybody arrive late, forget to get measured, gain weight, get the wrong measurements, lose something, break something, or need alterations, anything you might need will be just minutes away, and they often deliver to the church.
  2. Local companies typically won't charge you for late measurements, Friday arrivals, or last minute changes to your wedding party! 
  3. It's what we do: To bigger companies, tuxedos typically are a secondary business, and they'd rather sell you a suit than rent you a tuxedo.  Believe it or not, you'll almost always pay less for the same tuxedos by going local. 
  4. They support you: Your local businesses provide jobs and pay taxes to your town and state!
We hope this makes you feel a lot better about your "out-of-towners!" 

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Tuxedo Pick-Ups and Returns

Pick-Ups and Returns

Many of our brides and grooms have questions about 
when they should pick-up and return their tuxedos.  
Hopefully all of your questions will be answered today! 

Where do I pick up my tuxedo?
You can pick up your tuxedos from the location that you registered with, unless other arrangements have been made.  For example, if you have a wedding member that lives in Appleton, but the wedding is taking place in Green Bay, the tuxedo may be picked up at either location. But... be sure to let the store know if you will be picking up your tuxedo at a location other than where you were measured!

When can I pick up my tuxedo? 
In most cases (95% of the time) wedding tuxedos are ready for pick up and try on two days prior to the event.  For example, if the wedding is on Saturday, your tuxedos will be available by Thursday afternoon. Feel free to call in advance to confirm your pick up time.  If your tuxedo is ready to be picked up sooner, we will notify you.

What if I take my tuxedo home and it doesn't fit or there is a problem? 
If you notice a problem with your tuxedo (ex: a button falls off), please contact our store as soon as possible.  We will get a replacement for you or fix the problem.

When is the rental due back? 
The next business day!  If you are unable to return the tuxedo by its due date, please make arrangements with another member of the wedding party to return it for you, or inform us as soon as possible.

Can I return the tuxedo to a different store? 
Yes, you can return your tuxedo to any DuBois location.  Hours vary by location, so make sure to call or view our store hours by location online.



Is there a charge if the tux is returned after the due date? 
Yes, there is a $10 per day (per tux) charge for late returns.  If the complete tuxedo is not returned 6 days following the event, you may be billed replacements charges.  However, if you let us know in advance that you will need the tuxedo for an additional week, you will only be charged an additional 1/2 rate of the first week's rental charge. 

Friday, August 10, 2012

Wedding Photo Friday

Isn't this an awesome picture? The tuxedo pictured is from the new Allure Men line that is coming to our stores this August! What do you think?


Thursday, August 9, 2012

Go Pack Go!

Good luck to the Green Bay Packers on their first game of the preseason! Go Pack Go!!!




Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Fall Wedding Colors!

Fall Wedding Colors!

Do you have a fall wedding coming up? If so, you're probably wondering what colors to choose for your special day! The most popular tuxedo choices for fall weddings are our Chocolate Brown and Steel Grey Parisian tuxedos by Jean Yves. We also are scheduled to receive a new tuxedo line this August, Allure Men by Jean Yves, that has elegant Tan and Steel Grey styles perfect for the fall. Wearing a purple or burnt orange vest with the Chocolate Brown tux will give you that seasonal look you want; purple is also a very popular vest color for the Steel Grey tux. Check out the Chocolate Brown Parisian tuxedo in these awesome photographs by Adam LeSage. Don't you love all of the bright fall colors? 

Monday, August 6, 2012

Flash Mob Proposal!

Isn't this adorable?  It's always fun to see proposals that are well thought out.  Do you have a good proposal story? 


Thursday, August 2, 2012

DuBois in the Community!

DuBois is always excited to help out our local community in anyway that we can. Last week, DuBois participated in an event for DeMolay, an organization dedicated to preparing young men to lead successful, happy, and productive lives. Basing its approach on timeless principles and practical, hands-on experience, DeMolay opens doors for young men aged 12 to 21 by developing the civic awareness, personal responsibility, and leadership skills so vitally needed in society today. DeMolay combines this serious mission with a fun approach that builds important bonds of friendship among members in more than 1,000 chapters worldwide. 


DuBois participated in DeMolay's Conclave event; this annual event is 4 days filled with sports, educational sessions, brotherhood, and FUN! The Conclave event focused on proper dress attire, and our DuBois associates were able to talk with young men about how suits and tuxedos should fit and what the proper attire for semi-formal and formal events is. The most exciting part of the event was when each young man was given a tie and pocket square, after which everyone was taught the correct way to tie a tie and fold a pocket square. Those who knew how to tie a pocket square were paired up with those who didn't, and by the end of the session, they were all pros! The young men were also given complimentary black socks to take home with them.  


DuBois was honored to be included in such an event, and we look forward to participating in similar events in the future!

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Fittings - FAQ

Fittings

We frequently have customers ask us about fittings. What measurements are being taken? How long does it take? What is a final fitting? Today is your lucky day, because all of your questions about fittings will finally be answered!

What measurements are being 
taken at a fitting?
The measurements taken at a fitting are neck and sleeve for the shirt size, waist and out-seam measurements for the trouser size, and chest/overarm to determine a coat size. We also ask for height and weight, and tuxedo shoes are tried on for size. These measurements are not always a guarantee that everything will fit properly; they are guidelines to choose the best sizes for you.

How long will it take for the fitting?
It takes about 10 minutes for the first fitting. It simply involves a few measurements, and possibly a couple of try-ons. We recommend not wearing heavy clothing such as sweatshirts or multiple shirts. If you must wear several layers, it is very helpful to have a t-shirt on underneath so you can take them off for some of the measurements. If you are wearing sandals, please bring a pair of dress socks for a shoe try-on.

                          What is a final fitting?
The final fitting is usually one or two days prior to the event date. This is when you try on the tuxedo that was assembled for you. If any changes or alterations are necessary, we can take care of it at this time. Even though it is called the "final fitting," in order to ensure a Proper Fit, we may need to have you come in one more time in order to be absolutely certain that everything fits perfectly.



Monday, July 30, 2012

Disneyland Proposal!

Check out this adorable proposal at Disneyland! 

Do you have a good proposal story?


Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Shop Online at our NEW Online Retail Store!

Check out our NEW Online Retail Store! 

In addition to selling camouflage vests, ties and pocket squares (three of our hottest items!), our online retail store will also be selling lito tuxedos, cummerbunds, bow ties, zoot chains, gloves, and clip suspenders. Check out our new store today!

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

The Bow Tie is Back!

The Bow Tie is Back in Fashion!

Some classic looks never go out of style; but as with many classics, they have some years that are better than others! This year, the bow tie is back!

The resurgence of the bow tie was reflected on the red carpet and in fashion magazines last year, and that trend has carried over into 2012. The shift shows a renewed interest in classic elegance over trendy casualness, but the Wall Street Journal also recently cited the "tuxedo with bow tie" look as surpassing the straight black tie look of the past several years. It's worth it to go the extra mile and wear a self-tie bow tie, but don't fret if you can't tie it... A clip on bow tie will suffice!

At the last Oscars, the red carpet was flooded with stars wearing (you guessed it!) the bow tie! Everyone from Eddie Murphy and Ryan Gosling to Clint Eastwood was sporting one. Even those who typically are more contemporary, like Mark Wahlberg and Will Smith, went with the sophisticated look, wearing a classic black bow tie. John Travolta strutted his stuff in a classic tuxedo with a bow tie along the red carpet. 

Of course, as the new James Bond (Daniel Craig) stepped out onto the red carpet at the Oscars, he was ready for action and in true character. He was wearing the signature Bond uniform-- a classic tuxedo with a bow tie.

Whether you are attending a black tie gala, prom, quinceanera, or a wedding, the bow tie is an excellent choice. It's suave and debonair, and it will never go out of style. The bow tie is BACK! 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Summer and Fall Wedding Colors

Summer and Fall 
Wedding Colors

Do you have a summer or fall wedding coming up? If so, you're probably wondering what colors to choose for your special day! The most popular tuxedo choices for summer and fall weddings are our Chocolate Brown and Steel Grey Parisian tuxedos by Jean Yves. Wearing a purple or burnt orange vest with the Chocolate Brown tux will give you that seasonal look that you want; purple is also a very popular vest color for the Steel Grey tux. Check out the Chocolate Brown Parisian tuxedo in these awesome photographs by Adam LaSage. Don't you love all of the bright summer and fall colors? 

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Choosing the right shirt color

Choosing the right shirt color!

The two shirt colors that are typically worn for weddings are white and ivory.  Many brides- and grooms-to-be often find themselves wondering which shirt color is best for their wedding.  This question is easily answered by looking at the bride's dress color.  If the dress is white, the groomsmen and groom should wear white shirts to coordinate with the dress color.  If the bride is wearing a dress that is ivory, cream, off-white, champagne, or any other color besides white, the groom and groomsmen should wear an ivory shirt.  On the other hand, if you do not want to wear a white or ivory shirt, black is another popular shirt color that not only looks sharp, but makes the color in your wardrobe pop.  We have a variety of shirts to choose from; stop in today and we will help you decide which one is right for you!

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

How to put on Cufflinks

How to put on Cufflinks

About every other year or so, a guy will find himself donning a dress shirt and completing the look with a pair of distinguished looking cufflinks.  Some guys may be doing this for the first time on their wedding day!  Whether this is something you do annually or once in a lifetime, it's easy to forget how they should be worn.  Just two little tips will make putting on your cufflinks wonderfully easy:

FIRST... Remember that your cuff should come together like a taco (not a burrito).  Regular shirts button like a burrito.

SECOND... Straighten he cufflink pin and insert it from the outside, through both cuff holes and open the bar.  With your arms at your sides, everyone at the event should be able to see your cufflinks facing outward.

Cufflinks are a classy part of the tuxedo, and wearing them correctly will really add to your overall look.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Tuxedo Tip Tuesday: Cruise Ship Formalwear

Cruise Ship Formalwear

A cruise is a wonderful reason to dress up and be romantic, cool and sophisticated.  Leave your baggage at the shore!  There are typically many opportunities to wear a tuxedo during a cruise; in fact, most cruises offer (or require!) at least one night of formal attire.  Even if a tuxedo is not required, they are normally highly recommended.  Appropriate tuxedos for cruises would be any black tuxedo, excluding tails.  White or ivory dinner jackets also make an excellent cruise option, especially for a cruise with two formal dinners. 

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Traditional Wedding Attire

Traditional Wedding Attire

When planning for your wedding, you may be left wondering which of your wedding guests should plan on wearing a tux. In a traditional wedding, the best man, the groomsmen, the ushers, the ring bearer, the fathers and grandfathers of the bride and groom, and most importantly, the groom should be attired in formal wear for both the wedding ceremony and for photographs.  Gentlemen in the wedding party typically wear the same tuxedo style and colors, while fathers of the bride and groom should match the grandfathers.   

Most of today's brides and grooms select a super light weight luxury wool tuxedo for the gentlemen in their wedding party.  A fullback vest and tie combination that compliments the bridesmaids' colors is typical.  Since it is the groom's big day, he may choose to be differentiated from his groomsmen by the color of his accessories, his boutonniere, the length or color of his coat, or any combination of these items.  

The overall style of the wedding should be reflected in the choice of tuxedos.  High-fashion weddings may consider more cutting-edge tuxedo fashions, influenced by trends out of Paris and New York.  Brides that characterize their wedding as "simple" or "elegant" may consider exclusive tuxedo designs by Calvin Klein or Ralph Lauren. 

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Groom's Calendar

Groom's Calendar

In this day and age, grooms are taking a much more active role in the planning of their weddings.  For this reason, we've created a groom's calendar to make sure that you don't forget any important details of wedding planning!

10-12 Months Before...
After your engagement, and about 10-12 months before your wedding date, you should begin to discuss wedding plans with your fiance, parents, and other responsible parties. It is important to establish a budget so you know how much you are willing to spend. At this time, you should also select who you would like to be in your wedding party, including your best man, groomsmen, and ushers.

8-9 Months Before...
After announcing your engagement to family and friends, establishing a budget, and selecting your wedding party, you should begin to prepare your guest list.  By knowing approximately how many people you will be expecting at your ceremony, you can decide on a venue for your wedding and meet with your religious or other official to discuss the ceremony.  At this time, you can also start looking into honeymoon travel plans.  Remember that tickets are usually much cheaper if purchased in advance!  

6 Months Before...
While your bride is busy picking out the perfect wedding dress, it is now your responsibility to pick out the perfect tuxedos for yourself and your wedding party! About six months before your wedding date, you should visit your local DuBois Formalwear store to register your wedding party and pick out your wedding styles.  Make sure that all of your groomsmen know that they need to get fitted for their tuxedos and place their orders.  At this time, you should also begin to make transportation plans for how you and your wedding party will get to the ceremony and the reception.  

3 Months Before...
Three months before your wedding date, you should have your guest list and honeymoon plans finalized.  This is also the time when you should select and order your wedding rings, choose gifts for your wedding party, and choose a gift for your lovely bride!  Additionally, you and your bride should begin to plan the rehearsal dinner.  


1 Month Before...
At this time, you will need to make sure that everyone in your wedding party has been measured for their tuxedos and that those who are from out of town have returned their fitting cards.  You should also file for your marriage license one month before your wedding date!


2 Weeks Before...
Make sure that you have sent all of your new information to insurance carriers, banks, and other institutions about 2 weeks before your wedding date. 


The Week Before...
Pick up your tuxedo and try everything on to ensure a proper fit!  Start packing for your honeymoon!

Your Wedding Day...
On your wedding day, double check all of the details, especially the rings and the license.  Make sure that you arrive at the ceremony on time, and enjoy your special day! 




Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tuxedo Add-On's

Tuxedo Add-On's

While there is no doubt that your tuxedo alone will make you look fashionable and handsome, sometimes adding an accessory is the finishing touch that will truly make you stand out at your event.  Choosing to add a cane, a top hat, or gloves will give you a more stylish and formal look.  

Moreover, adding a pocket square, or even two different colored pocket squares, will bring a splash of color to your tuxedo.  Take a look at our catalog to see a full list of add-on options. 

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Why you should book your prom tux early!

Why You Should Book 
Your Prom Tux Early!

Many parents and students wonder why it is necessary to book their prom rental earlier than a week before their prom date. Here's why... If you are looking for a certain style or if you need to match your date's dress color, you will want to come in early so that you are guaranteed to get exactly what you are looking for.  Popular colors and styles can become unavailable quickly during the prom season; therefore, it's a good idea to come in two to three months before your prom to ensure that you'll get the color and style that you want! 

Another nice thing about coming in early is that you can become a Prom Rep, and when you get five friends to come in, your tuxedo rental is FREE! Moreover, if you refer ten or more friends to DuBois, you can get your tuxedo rental for FREE, and you will also receive a $100 VISA gift card. Just remember... the early bird always gets the worm!

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

How to Tie a Bow Tie!

How to Tie a Bow Tie!

Although we do have pre-tied bow ties available, knowing how to tie a self-tie bow tie is an excellent skill to have. Below is a video demonstrating how to properly tie a bow tie. It's not as simple as it looks!



Tuesday, March 27, 2012

How to Put on a Tuxedo!

How to put on a Tuxedo!
After renting a tuxedo, you will want to make sure that you put it on correctly. Below is a video demonstrating how to properly put on your tuxedo so that you will truly look your best!


Tuesday, March 20, 2012

How to Return A Tuxedo

How to Return a Tuxedo!

After a night of looking fabulous in your tuxedo, it's time to return your tux!  When returning a tuxedo, make sure that you have all three hangers.  You can use the first hanger for both the pants and the coat; the pants get folded at the crease and placed over the bottom part of the hanger, and the coat can be hung over the pants.  On the two remaining hangers, you can hang the shirt, vest, and tie.  Make sure the hanky is in the pocket of the coat and that the studs and links are returned.  If you no longer have the zip lock bag that they came in, just put them into one of the coat pockets!  Put the garment bag over the tuxedo, place the shoes in the drawstring bag, and hang them over the outfit.  For your convenience, your tuxedo can be returned to any DuBois location.  Although we prefer to have the items back by noon, you have until the end of our business hours to drop them off! And remember... you can have one person return several tuxes so you all don't have to make the trip! 

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The Out-of-Towners

The Out-of-Towners

We are often asked by brides and grooms, "What if one of my guys is from out of town? How are you going to get his measurements?"  Well, you have nothing to worry about! As a service based industry, almost all tuxedo stores, bridal stores, and men's clothiers are accustomed to having men drop in and ask to be fitted.  DuBois does this daily, FREE OF CHARGE, no matter where you are attending a wedding and no matter who is providing the formalwear.  This is a professional courtesy that has been observed by all formalwear associations since formalwear was first rented.  After your guy finds a tux store to get fitted at, he can send his measurements to us via phonefax, e-mail, our website, mail, or through anyone else in the wedding party.  It doesn't get any easier than that!


AND... If you want a trouble free event, it's always best to go through a local tuxedo company. Here are the reasons why: 

  1. Local companies will have everything in stock: Should anybody arrive late, forget to get measured, gain weight, get the wrong measurements, lose something, break something, or need alterations, anything you might need will be just minutes away, and they often deliver to the church.
  2. Local companies typically won't charge you for late measurements, Friday arrivals, or last minute changes to your wedding party! 
  3. It's what we do: To bigger companies, tuxedos typically are a secondary business, and they'd rather sell you a suit than rent you a tuxedo.  Believe it or not, you'll almost always pay less for the same tuxedos by going local. 
  4. They support you: Your local businesses provide jobs and pay taxes to your town and state!
We hope this makes you feel a lot better about your "out-of-towners!" 

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Bow ties!

Thinking about bow ties? 

The vast majority of brides choose to 
wear a formal gown on their special day, but what about the groom?  Twenty years down the road, you will want to look back on your wedding photos and feel that you truly looked your best.  Wearing a bow tie will not only make a groom look equally as formal as his bride, but it will also emphasize the fact that the groom is wearing a tuxedo and not just a suit.  On your wedding day, you will want to look as formal as possible, and adding a bow tie to your ensemble is the simplest way to accomplish this!

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Follow us on Pinterest!


Everyone is pinning, and so are we!  In addition to pinning some of our favorite formalwear styles, we also have wedding photo and reception ideas, cool color scheme options, and much more! Check us out!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Proper Care Of a Tuxedo


Have you ever wondered how to properly care for a tuxedo? DuBois uses the following guidelines to ensure that your tux is clean and properly cared for in order to make you look your best!

  • All dark coats are dry-clean only, while whites and ivories are machine washable.
  • Shirts, ties and vests are machine washable.
  • Wool vests and ties are dry-clean only.
  • All pieces are pressed with steam presses not regular irons, as irons burn the pieces.
  • Shoes are treated with a hospital grade disinfectant.