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I did a search and the only thread with recommendations was a few years old. As I understand it Jeeves or Lilliman & Cox are brilliant but expensive. Does anyone know if this still holds and how expensive they are (for a standard 2 piece suit)?

Another one I've seen mentioned is Blossom and Browne, which is much more convenient for me as they have a shop in Canary Wharf. Does anyone have any experience with them or know how much they charge?

Having started getting bespoke suits I want to make sure they get the care they need, but I'd rather not have to travel or break the bank doing it if I can help it.
 

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I would recommend Jeeves of Belgravia. I cannot recommend them highly enough.

They are a specialist dry cleaner and so they sponge and spot clean garments individually. They will not ruin your fine suit with any chemicals or abrasive industrial processes.

I only dry clean my suit once every couple of years, but when I do, I take them to Jeeves.
 

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I only dry clean my suit once every couple of years, but when I do, I take them to Jeeves.
As an aside, what do you do to stop the suit (the trousers mainly) smelling? I used to steam my suit in the bathroom but recently read this thread from a knowledgeable guy strongly advising to never do this: https://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=88504

I'm at a bit of a loss on how to freshen a suit so it'll last a year+ between dry cleans without puckering it or ruining the shape.
 
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