Preparing your home for winter is an important annual ritual for homeowners and for those who live in a cold climate know that winter can really take its toll on a house. This winter take all the necessary precautions before winter sets in so you can keep warm and of course, save some money along the way. If you follow these winter home care tips you will be well on your way to giving maximum care, which can save on future maintenance bills.
Nothing is better than having a family holiday but if they’re not planned out well, then it can be a nightmare from beginning to end. They are important times to take into consideration with the needs and wants of all family members. Family holidays are valued by children, both in the moment and for many years afterwards in their memory’. Make those memories more special by planning in advance, taking into account time, money and for any unexpected things that can mean a change of plans.
Now that mornings and nights are chilly it’s always important to keep a check on children’s wear throughout the winter months. Layers are important just as much as the quality of the layers too. What to buy and how to build your child’s wardrobe for the winter months is a very common question amongst parents but if you stick to a number of essentials as well as layers then it will a lot easier to pick and choose according to the weather changes during this season.
The way you wear a tie knot robably never crossed your mind – look past the colour, pattern and texture. We have a selection of tie knots for you so look no further.
With the school year well under way, it goes without saying that your child will spend a lot more time indoors studying during the school terms. With most of the learning taking place outside of the classroom creating the right environment is critical. Below is a few things to take into consideration when creating a study environment for your student.
With a well-rounded vacation that has come to an end it is hard to believe that summer has come and gone already. Before you know it thousands of parents just like you are now faced with the challenge of getting back into the school routine. You want your child to hit the ground running academically this school year, then it’s time to retrain their brain.
Today, we’ll start with the question: “Do children really have the ‘right to freedom of expression’ with their clothing?”
It’s not unheard of for kids to have full on meltdowns about not being allowed to wear something that their parents have chosen for them, having a tantrum over putting on socks and even flat out refusing to get out of the car when they’re wearing something that they didn’t choose for themselves.
As the summer season is coming to a close and heading into autumn, this is the season you need to prepare the wardrobe. You now it’s coming and there’s no way to avoid it. At least when it comes to the styles currently hitting stores and online. Which means it's time to start thinking seriously about your fall wardrobe. You wake up one morning and it’s dawned upon you that the weather has suddenly cooled and we’re entering the season of change
Cleaning for suits can be a daunting business but it doesn’t need to be. At Sirri, we know that spending a good amount of money on kids formal wear and then to have it look like a pair of stonewashed jeans is a disappointment. Our formal wear is designed with carefully selected fabrics to ensure that they look in pristine condition, wash after wash. Don’t forget to follow the label, in cases that the items need to be
How to measure your little man!
We have made it as easy as possible to help you find the right size to measure your little man!
Sleeve – take the measuring tape and measure from the down to the bottom of the sleeve.
Shoulder Seam to Shoulder Seam: Start at the top sleeve and measure straight across to wear the shoulder blade sticks out.
Chest – Our waistcoats are sized by the chest measurement. Simply measure underneath the arms and then around the body at the thickest part of the chest. This is important so keep that little man still.