UK: Burton launches “24 Hour Suit”
Men’s wear retailer Burton has unveiled a '24 Hour Suit', claiming that new technology means it will retain its shape all day.
The suits in the range, which will be available from 19 September, are all stain-repellent, crease-resistant and shape-retaining, the UK chain said.
Jackets are fitted with mesh material in the lining of the under-arm area to help to ease movement and retain a comfortable and wearable appearance.
Suits are available in a grey Prince of Wales check, navy micro-dot and black and grey sharkskin, while cotton 24 Hour shirts come in white, pale blue, black pinstripe and purple pinstripe – the last two with contrast collars.
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