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Join us at The Worshipful Company of Broderers Fashion Show at St Paul's Cathedral, 11/09/18

Jeeves of Belgravia are proudly sponsoring this fashion show in aid of Fine Cell Work. Fine Cell Work operate in around 30 British Prisons, providing embroidery kits and training to prisoners. They also have a hub in Battersea, where they provide post release support for prisoners. Here at Jeeves, we are proud to support Fine Cell Work. As such, we have submitted two raffle prizes for the evening that will give each winner a full year of free dry cleaning at Jeeves!

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Jeeves Gets a Special Mention in Elle Magazine

The January 2017 edition of Elle magazine contained a special feature dedicated to taking care of your garments. We were delighted when the editorial team took some advice from one of our long established and suitably experienced Jeeves Branch Operations Manager, Jan Haste. Jan represented Jeeves impeccably offering some sound advice on how to care and specifically store your beloved cashmere garments. We are in the 3rd page of the editorial, under Fold, Bag or Hang? But we have also pasted th...

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Jeeves dresses up in some beautiful botanicals during this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.

As we swing into Spring, Jeeves, as ever, is on standby to keep your clothes looking as fresh as a daisy!

And speaking of flowers, where better to spy the best springtime florals than the RHS Chelsea Flower Show?

Garden enthusiasts from far and wide descend on the highly anticipated Chelsea Flower Show from 24 – 28 May. One of the nation’s best-loved horticultural shows, it is the garden event of The Season. Here you'll find a wealth of beautiful botanicals, blooms and green-fingered marvels to inspire a seasonal wardrobe - for those, even, who fear the humble flower.

The unwritten etiquette of the event dictates that whilst no one will turn you away for wearing jeans or advise you to cover your shoulders, one should observe the unofficial dress code.

Women should favour floral day dresses rather than trousers, and men should wear a jacket and tie. Absolute no-nos are huge hats (this is not Ascot after all), and garish outfits that detract from the gardens. Flats over heels are advisable – you’ll feel why by the end of the day.

Drinking before midday is not only allowed, it’s expected – last year, more visitors were spotted drinking Champagne and Pimms at 11 o’clock than they were tea and coffee. The trick is not to drink too much…

If you’ve been using our Collections & Delivery service, you’ll have seen our beautiful botanicals decorating our gleaming white vans as we deliver your chicest outfits in the utmost style during this first event of The Season.

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