Dress for brunch in something that you can nap in afterward. The food coma often wins.
Step 1 – Place your hands in the shoulders of your jacket with the jacket facing you.
Step 2 – Fold the jacket in half lengthwise. In other words, put the two shoulders together.
Step 3 (a and b) – This is the trickiest step. Fold one of the shoulders inside out over the other so that you now have the lining of the jacket facing outward.
Step 4 (a and b) – Fold the jacket in half, but this time fold the shoulders down to the end of the jacket.
Step 5 – Place the folded pants in the fold of the jacket. This will help protect the pants and create a bit of a cushion for the jacket which should help fend off some creasing along the waist of the jacket.
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Most people will never see the finely worked thread that holds together the ends of each blade of your tie. Louis Walton ties have bar tacks made of Japanese silk thread. This thread is a little thicker and has more luster than polyester threads. The bar tacks on each tie have several loops of silk at is core, and just like the little knots on a button hole, is secured by tiny little knots to make a bar tack that will last. The bar tacks alone add a significant amount of time to the making of each tie. Quality even in the smallest detail is the goal.
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