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Celebrate Easter with Schoffa and get a chance to win a combo of a shirt and an accessory! - http://www.schoffa.com/easter-giveaway/
4 winners will be announced on 21st of April on our Facebook page and contacted via submitted email addresses.

Celebrate Easter with Schoffa and get a chance to win a combo of a shirt and an accessory! - http://www.schoffa.com/easter-giveaway/

4 winners will be announced on 21st of April on our Facebook page and contacted via submitted email addresses.

First impressions are increasingly important in all sales activities. That’s why these two articles might just give your company a sales boost for 2014: 
http://askandyaboutclothes.com/clothing/style-tips/clothes-do-make-the-man/

First impressions are increasingly important in all sales activities. That’s why these two articles might just give your company a sales boost for 2014: 

http://askandyaboutclothes.com/clothing/style-tips/clothes-do-make-the-man/

Shades of Blue
Spring/Summer 2014

One can never have too many shirts, especially when it comes to a gentleman’s absolute classic - the blue shirt. Take a look at some of the blue shirts from our latest Spring/Summer 2014 collection.

See the entire collection here: http://www.schoffa.com/men/spring-summer

First look at the new luxurious leather bags.

Shoe Careby Anton
To start the Tips From The Pros -series, I have written you a little shoe shine tutorial. There are many ways to shine your shoes to achieve different results and patina, but this is the routine that I personally do.
The products that I’m using: Saphir Renovateur, Saphir Medalle D’Or Pate de Luxe shoe polish, Collonil sohlen tonic, a shoe brush, cotton make-up pads, a piece of cloth.
I start off by brushing the excess dust and dirt off my shoes with a shoe brush. Next step is something that you don’t have to do every time, but should when the leather seems dry or cracking somewhere: I apply a light layer of Renovateur on the shoes, this is a great product that moistures the leather but doesn’t leave them sticky. You let the Renovateur absorb for a few minutes and then brush off the excess, first by using a brush and then with a piece of cloth.
At this point your shoes should already look ok, but it’s time for the next step which is the actual shining.
You take one of the make-up pads, taken from your girlfriend or wife, and dip it in cold water. The pad should get only partially damp, not dripping in water. Take a small amount of shoe shine with the damp pad and start shining your shoes, using relativily small, circular movements. Go through the entire shoe but focus especially on the tip of the shoe. Leave the shoe shine on the shoe for a few minutes and then brush it off. Take your piece of cloth and wipe, go through the entire shoe.
Now your shoes should be nice and shiny, but sometimes I do the actual shining part 2-4 times to achieve the best result (the shine builds up little by little). Now we should take a look at your leather soles. First, brush off the dust and dirt. Apply Sohlen Tonic (a waterproofing liquid meant especially for leather soles).
Done! Remember to do this after every 1-5 wears, of course depending on the weather.
Tips from Pros: http://www.schoffa.com/tips-from-pros/

Shoe Care
by Anton

To start the Tips From The Pros -series, I have written you a little shoe shine tutorial. There are many ways to shine your shoes to achieve different results and patina, but this is the routine that I personally do.

The products that I’m using: Saphir Renovateur, Saphir Medalle D’Or Pate de Luxe shoe polish, Collonil sohlen tonic, a shoe brush, cotton make-up pads, a piece of cloth.

I start off by brushing the excess dust and dirt off my shoes with a shoe brush. Next step is something that you don’t have to do every time, but should when the leather seems dry or cracking somewhere: I apply a light layer of Renovateur on the shoes, this is a great product that moistures the leather but doesn’t leave them sticky. You let the Renovateur absorb for a few minutes and then brush off the excess, first by using a brush and then with a piece of cloth.

At this point your shoes should already look ok, but it’s time for the next step which is the actual shining.

You take one of the make-up pads, taken from your girlfriend or wife, and dip it in cold water. The pad should get only partially damp, not dripping in water. Take a small amount of shoe shine with the damp pad and start shining your shoes, using relativily small, circular movements. Go through the entire shoe but focus especially on the tip of the shoe. Leave the shoe shine on the shoe for a few minutes and then brush it off. Take your piece of cloth and wipe, go through the entire shoe.

Now your shoes should be nice and shiny, but sometimes I do the actual shining part 2-4 times to achieve the best result (the shine builds up little by little). Now we should take a look at your leather soles. First, brush off the dust and dirt. Apply Sohlen Tonic (a waterproofing liquid meant especially for leather soles).

Done! Remember to do this after every 1-5 wears, of course depending on the weather.

Tips from Pros: http://www.schoffa.com/tips-from-pros/

We are happy to announce launch of our new online store and Spring/Summer 2014 men’s shirt collection! See for yourself: www.schoffa.com

We are happy to announce launch of our new online store and Spring/Summer 2014 men’s shirt collection! See for yourself: www.schoffa.com

All suits online and in-store are 40% off until the end of the week! New collection is now 330 EUR instead of 550! Shop suits here: http://www.schoffa.com/men/suits-jackets

All suits online and in-store are 40% off until the end of the week! New collection is now 330 EUR instead of 550! Shop suits here: http://www.schoffa.com/men/suits-jackets

Schoffa’s first company pop-up. More information on how to order a pop-up from Schoffa will be available soon at www.schoffa.com. We’ll keep you updated!

Some of Schoffa exclusives showcased at a trade fair in Dusseldorf earlier this month.

Work on a new line of suits has begun. The impeccably dressed man in the picture - Schoffa’s grey cardinal Anton.

Work on a new line of suits has begun. The impeccably dressed man in the picture - Schoffa’s grey cardinal Anton.