Menswear Care

dunhill do not officially offer a guarantee on our menswear items, as they are made from natural products, however, we do stand by the quality of our manufacture. Therefore, should there be any defect of manufacture, we will of course try to rectify the matter.

Damage and/or defects caused by fair wear and tear, accidents, use which is unreasonable or inconsistent with dunhill’s instructions, dismantling, or repair by persons other than authorised dunhill repair specialists, or the use of components or accessories other than those recommended by dunhill, are not covered by this gesture.

  • Care of Fabric

    New clothes look and feel good and as a result it is ideal to keep them that way. To do this, it is important to check the garment label and follow instructions. Fabrics can have special finishes that demand special care; the same fabric may even require different treatment depending on the type of clothing.

    It is always necessary to follow any special instruction on the label, e.g. wash separately, wash inside out etc. dunhill clothing is made from fine cloths that offer a good handle, luxurious feel, superb appearance but they are not necessarily hard-wearing and as a result they need to be look after and cared for.

    • It is important to only buy clothes that are the correct size and correct fit Jackets, coats and trousers should be stored on hangers of correct size and shape and with enough space to breathe and recover
    • Never store airyate garments when damp and ensure that wool and cashmere are protected from moths
    • Garments should not be worn every day but allowed to rest and recover
    • Pockets should not be filled excessively to avoid distortion and destroy balance
    • Jackets, coats, trousers, etc. should be brushed regularly with a clothes brush
    • Avoid heavy soiling
    • Always check and follow care instructions on garments
    • Always use specialist cleaners

    Clothing labels often depict different symbols. These symbols have different meanings. There is a list of washing instructions in the area below.
  • Product Services

    There are no set services for menswear. It is very much on a case by case basis. Therefore it is necessary to bring the item of clothing into the store for appraisal first.

  • How to Tie a Bow Tie or Tie

    Contrary to popular myth, it is not difficult to tie a bow tie. In fact, if you can tie a pair of shoe laces, you can already do it. The trick, if there is one, is to do it neatly. A slight extra complication is that the knot is at your neck (and not at the end of your leg) so you will need to use a mirror … but is using a mirror that difficult?

    In any case, there already seems to be numerous web sites which explain the mechanics of tying a bow tie (two of the best are The Butler’s guild and The Bow Tie Club). This page will therefore address the question of how to produce a bow so neat that people will accuse you of wearing a made-up tie.

    This diagram will show what you will see in a mirror if you follow the instructions. Obviously, the tie can also be tied if you consistently exchange right for left and vice versa in everything that follows.

  • Washing Instructions