Published at Thursday, July 12th, 2018 - 14:24:59 PM. tuxedo styles. By Liam.
• Dry cleaning There is no custom made suit that you can throw into the washing machine and not damage it. Suits and dry cleaning come as a package deal. Right from woolens to linens suits need to go to the dry cleaner in order to be cleaned. The pants and the coat will both need to be dry cleaned together. You can try and clean the shirt at home but make sure that you do not attempt to wash the tie ever since this too will need the services of a dry cleaner. When sending in a suit for dry cleaning do ensure that the pockets are empty and accessories like cufflinks hankies etc have been removed.
Suit Fabrics There are suits made from all possible fabrics. They price range differs according to the fabric that it is made of. Cheapest suit would be made from polyester and would cost up to $7. But it is not appropriate clothing for hotter climate. And the fit will not be any good. Microfiber and polyester give a cheap look so avoid them. The costliest suit would anywhere cost above $27000. Guanashina is one of the expensive fabrics that are made into suits. The fabric costs $6000 per yard.
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