CLASSIC CLEANERS SPRING SHIRT SPECIAL
50% OFF ALL MEN’S OR WOMEN’S SHIRTS
BROUGHT IN TO BE LAUNDERED AND MACHINE-PRESSED
JUNE 1 THROUGH JUNE 7
Styles and trends in men’s dress shirts have changed over the years, fashion expert Andrew Stratton points out. “A crisp, stark-white shirt will probably not impress a potential employer as much as it might make you look like a waiter,” he adds. “Choose palettes that compliment your complexion and eye coloring” is Stratton’s advice.
At Classic Cleaners we launder shirts of every possible shade, style, and fabric. And, while in general, men’s clothing tends to be much more casual and relaxed than in times past, there’s nothing like a crisply pressed dress shirt to spruce up a gentleman’s appearance.
Do you wear your shirts the classic way, tucked in and buttoned up with a tie? Perhaps you prefer a “dapper gentleman” look, with the shirt tucked inside a sweater. The “modern way” might consist of an un-tucked long sleeved shirt worn open-collared under a sport coat.
Can you believe thirty five years have passed since John T. Molloy published the book Dress For Success? We leave it to our Classic Cleaners customers to decide whether Molloy’s advice is outdated when it comes to men’s business attire. “You will never, ever, as long as you live,” Molloy practically shouted from Page 86 of his book, “wear a short-sleeve shirt for any business purpose…”
You’ll see many different styles, and hear many different opinions about the most appropriate ways for men to wear dress shirts. Whatever your preference, our skilled technicians devote special care to helping you look your very best.
Our newest Unipress shirt machine (operated here by Classic Cleaners technician Johana Duque) wet-presses the shirt’s sleeves, torso and collar simultaneously, with inspection and touch-ups by hand to follow. The result: With every button in place, the perfectly pressed, starched-to-order shirt is ready to help seal a business deal, clinch a job interview, or attract compliments at the most elegant party!
by Reb of the Classic Cleaners blog team