We despatch orders on weekdays only (Monday-Friday except Bank Holidays)
If you choose the Standard delivery option (£4.95) then your order will be delivered between 2-3 working days.
Next Working Day Delivery
If you choose the Next Working Day delivery option (£6.95 UK Main Land only) then your order will be despatched the following working day provided that you made your order by 1pm GMT Monday - Thursday. If you place your order over the weekend (any time after 1pm on Friday) then it will arrive on Tuesday.
Shipping Costs for Europe - UK Terms and Conditions Apply!
Austria, Belgium, Channel Islands, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, ROI, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland – delivery charge is £16.95 and delivery approximately 5 working days
Shipping Costs for the Rest Of The Word - UK Terms and Conditions Apply!
USA – delivery charge is £40, delivery approximately 5 working days
Canada – delivery charge is £45, delivery approximately 5 working days
Australia - delivery charge is £50, delivery approximately 9 working days
You have 28 days from the date the goods are received to return any items. You will receive with your order a FREE POST returns label and all necessary paperwork.
Addison & Steele ,
For all enquiries please call us on: 01405 780933
We offer a competitive alterations and tailoring service where we will improve the fit or repair your existing clothes or suits. Our in house alteration tailors will advise for free on the alterations to be completed and all alterations will be carried out by one of our expert alteration tailors.
A good suit is probably one of the most expensive things in your wardrobe it should last you a long time if you take care of it properly.
Once your suit has been worn, it should be kept on a hanger.
Use a good quality hangar that supports your clothes. Flimsy wire hangers cause clothes to sag out of shape over time they may even cause damage to the shoulders of the jacket.
Creases generally release by themselves if the suit is left hanging for a period of time.
Don’t crowd clothes in your wardrobe let them breathe, store your suit in a breathable garment bag for protection.
Storage areas should be dark and clean light fades garments and attracts insects.
Avoid stuffing your pockets with keys, change and other items which will put a strain on the seams, and distort the shape of the garment.
When sitting down unbutton your suit jacket, otherwise you will be pulling on it, pull your trousers up at the thigh just a little so you don’t stretch the fabric .
A clothes brush is a great accessory- brush your suit with one when you take it off to keep it clean and looking good.
Spots and stains should be removed as soon as possible with a brush or damp sponge.
Taking your suit to the dry cleaners, point out any spots so that they can be given extra attention. It also helps if you can identify what caused the stain, to enable the optimum solvent to be applied to the stain.
Dry clean your suit, only when necessary. Dry cleaning is by definition, cleaning with solvents and little or no water. The combination of solvents and heat can be hard on some fabrics .
If your suit gets wet, let it dry naturally keeping away from heat to avoid shrinkage.
Press your suit with steam and a moderate temperature using a clean thin cotton fabric such as a T towel between your suit and the iron to avoid scorching