After wearing a suit for a whole day, it is advisable to give it time to rest, preferably hung on wooden coat hangers with the shoulders shaped correctly. Before placing in the wardrobe, every garment should be aired without exposing it to direct sunlight, then brushed using a brush with natural bristles, and any stains removed. Also, check that the pockets are empty and that there are no food or drink stains, as these invite insects. Sachets of pot-pourri containing camphor or naphthalene are excellent natural weapons. We recommend only going to the dry cleaners when absolutely necessary because as a result of the solvents used, every dry clean impoverishes the natural fibres, changing their characteristics and shortening the life of your suits. And be careful with do-it-yourself ironing: the fabrics could become irreversibly shiny.