According to Inc. magazine’s survey of 500 firms, relaxed dress leads to relaxed manners, morals and productivity. What you wear impacts your attitude, affects others and can influence the reputation of your entire company. Wearing traditional business attire puts you in the mood to work, performing at your best. Wearing sneakers puts you in the […]
We all have a favorite pair that fits like an old friend. When you buy a pair made of untreated raw denim, some experts recommend wearing for six months before washing. Why? It takes wear to break down super-stiff fibers, and during the process the jeans actually conform to your shape. When you do wash […]
Getting to Know Us This is Maricela, one of our dry cleaning specialists at our Staples Mill location. She has been with us for 19 years and started as a shirt presser at our Tuckahoe location in 1998. We asked Maricela a few questions so you could get to know her better and here’s what […]
Originated by French tennis champion René Lacoste and introduced at the 1926 U.S. Open, the polo shirt quickly became favored tennis attire. The combination of comfort, breathability, long tuckable tail and soft collar quickly made the Lacoste popular for golfers. In 1972 Ralph Lauren founded his company on the “Polo” shirt. Today, every major clothing […]
We visited the Cougars at G.W. Carver Middle School in Chester for the second year in a row, and our return trip did not disappoint. A huge group of marketing savvy kids managed to collect a big pile of coats. Thanks again and well done.
Year in and year out, the kids, faculty, parents at C.E. Curtis Elementary consistently give back to the community, and always come through with coats to donate to Coats For Kids. They love helping others and it really shows.
Year after year, the kids at Midlothian Middle School collect and donate gently used coats to our Coats For Kids program. This year, Ms. Morgan’s class did a great job, and are enthusiastic about helping the needy in the community.