Hello everyone, new to styleforum, though I've been lurking for quite a while. I just had 2 suits made overseas (I believe they're made to measure since I only went in for 2-3 fittings, though the shop calls it bespoke). One is made from a nice, sleek, beautiful navy blue Revenge Super 150s. The other is a gray Zegna Super 160s with blue pinstripes that show only in the proper light. Both are fully canvassed, fully hand stitched, made to my exact specifications (ticket pockets, keyhole buttons, etc). Unfortunately, I had to leave before taking delivery of the suits, and I am having someone bring them back to me. Were I there personally, I would carry them with me on the plane and baby them so as to avoid damaging them. But alas, I just had pictures sent to me, and they both look wrinkled like crazy! I went in for the fittings and they were beautiful, perfect lapel roll, just looked amazing. Stupidly, I didn't take pictures then. But I have a couple of pictures attached. The notch lapel one is the navy blue one (extremely washed out, I know - horrible picture) and the peak lapel one is gray, and I have attached two more pictures of the fabric for the latter, because I love how it has a different sheen depending on the lighting. My question is as follows: Can I take these to a tailor or a dry cleaner and have them re-press the suits back into shape? I'd hate to learn that they have been ruined before I even got a chance to try them on! Thank you!