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Correct, I have not owned a sweater for many years now, don't need them. Sweat does shirts no harm whatever, all mine are made by Ascot Chiang in Hong Kong and none over a twenty year period has suffered any harm.
I would not expect anyone to even reveal they work for MW let alone claim to be an "expert" on anything save rag making. Does every purchase come with fire lighters?
Odd
use a bus/tram/train or walkfollowing the instructions ordry clean if you believe them to be fragile in some odd way.All seems to be a bit of a fuss about nothing.
"Finance" is a very broad church and does not help over much but there is nothing inherently wrong with it for business use. What is of greater concern is who "E Thomas" the cloth supplier actually is and whether "Super 150" is robust enough. However if it one of half a dozen in use it should not come to much harm. Expensive for what it is and from it you have bought it.
That is still a suit jacket and my original comments apply equally to that as well. A suit jacket is simply not a blazer. Cut to answer your second question, the number of times people have put up a suit jacket because the trousers had been injured and it looks no more right now as then. Ignore shops, they will tell you anything that they think you believe to get merchandise out of the door.
Dry clean if they are that fragile.
Horrible things, surely with modern heating everywhere these are outmoded in the twenty first century?
You could wear that with Chinos or jeans upwards!
Both look dreadful
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