On a recent visit to Ted's Grooming Room, Ted met a British Diplomat who, as an ex-Royal Marine, was most particular about keeping his shirts correctly folded during travel. He had once been given a shirt case by his father which, sadly, once lost had proved impossible to replace.
Having made Ted's acquaintance, however, help was finally at hand...and this innovative shirt box has been designed for the travelling gentleman who likes to arrive at his destination neat, fresh and in fine style.
Ted Baker will make a series of donations from the sale of this shirt box to help Royal Marines rehabilitating from the war in Afghanistan, and to support Nai Zindaqi, who help disenfranchised people in Pakistan to move away from the margins of society.
Fold the left hand side of the shirt over the frame (you’ll need to know your left from your right for this bit.)
Fold the left sleeve back and keep the sleeves nicely lined up with the edges of the frame.
Ensure the shirt is smoothed flat and keeps a tight frontage. The tighter the better: fewer creases will keep the shirt looking that bit smarter. Repeat on right hand side.