Monday, 28 January 2013

For the Love of Laundry

For the Love of Laundry is the preferred dry-cleaners for Dylan & Son. Sartorial.

How you take care of your clothes can directly determine its lifespan. Just like a good pair of shoes, if well taken care of, it will reward you every time you put it on.

For the modern man, we do understand that it can be quite a bitch to have to hand-wash your clothes after a hard day's night. Therefore, finding a good cleaner is very important. The last thing you'd want is for a dry-cleaner to completely destroy the soft and luxurious hand of your forest-green cashmere jacket.

Our dry-cleaners of choice is For the Love of Laundry. With four strategically located outlets, we urge all our customers to give their services a try. Go onto their website and get acquainted!

Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Technical Bugs!

We are experiencing some technical issues with our online server at the moment. As such, we are unable to access our email accounts.

Should you wish to contact us, please call our shop at 6220 0628 (during operation hours) or leave us a message on Facebook.

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Brace Yourself

This post is for all my plus-sized friends. Let's not beat about the bush and go straight to the point here - you have a tummy.

OK. Now that's out of the way, we can start to talk a little more. 

The most common problem faced by gentlemen carrying a little extra weight is that their trousers always seem to slip down after some time. It's practically impossible to keep the trousers on the waist and some will simply wear it underneath the tummy, held in place by a tightly pulled belt. We'd think that's not a very flattering sight. Trousers worn below the tummy create a very unnatural sense of proportion. 

There is a solution to this - braces. A good pair of braces, not those skinny clip-on-fashion rubbish, allows you to 'float' the trousers at the waist, holding it at the right level all day long. Too few people are wearing braces these days, and that, we believe, is the biggest reason why guys feel apprehensive about wearing one. They fear being teased by the co-workers.

However, do consider who are the people dishing out these remarks. Putting the question of style aside, are they aware of the functionality of a pair of braces? You should never dress yourself in accordance to their - dare I say, misinformed - opinions.

Remember, tigers don't lose sleep over the opinion of sheep. You are a fat man. You can also be the best dressed fat man.

If you're gonna get one, look no further than the Rolls Royce of braces - Albert Thurston. If it's good enough for James Bond, it's good enough for you.