As promised here are the first of two videos on how to press your suit. Of course when we press a suit that has just been made there’s a little more work involved. Obviously, what most of the readers of English Cut want is to simply smarten up their suits for that fresh clean look.
Like everything in life it takes a little practice but you’ll see that using the tools of the trade make life a lot easier. I’ll post the jacket and waistcoat pressing in a couple of weeks but in the meantime you can breathe new life into your trousers.
(no place like it)
I’m also delighted to let you know that my flights have been booked for this springs visit to the USA. Sadly, I cant spend as much time in the US as I’d like to so please contact me as early as possible and we’ll do our best to get you in the diary. As you’re probably aware the only cities I now visit are San Francisco and New York. Many people have been asking about our MTM service but I’m afraid this will not be available on my visit as the diary simply wont allow. However, we hope to arrange a supplier this year so our US based friends can take advantage of our new service.
As usual we’ll be very busy getting ready for my trip but I also cant wait to visit my friends in the US. My full itinerary is here and I look forward to seeing you.
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