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Keep yourself calm in Burton's 24 Hour Suit
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Jun '11
Burton has announced the creation of its new 24 Hour Suit. New technology has been developed to ensure the 24 Hour Suit range keeps its wearer looking sharp 24/7.

These suits are all stain repellent, crease resistant and also shape retaining meaning that whatever life throws at the wearer, they will be able to keep calm, look good and carry on.

The blazers are all fitted with a selection of mesh material as part of the lining in the under arms to ease movement and have been carefully designed to create a comfortable and wearable tailored look. There is a secret 'security' zipped pocket in the lining that is the ideal size for storing a mobile phone or mp3 player.

As well as these nifty features, the suits are effortlessly stylish with a mixture of fabrics and colours creating a comprehensive suiting offer. A grey Prince of Wales check, navy micro dot and also black and grey sharkskin are all available on a fashionable tailored fit.

With their clean design and details like peak and notch lapels, these suits can take the wearer from boardroom to bar, back to boardroom in one fell swoop.

Added to the range is the 24 hour shirt, which is easy iron and 100% cotton. The shirts come in classic white, pale blue, and also a black and purple pinstripe, both with contrast collars making it the perfect accompaniment to the 24 Hour Suit Collection.
This new range has been tried and tested to ensure the fabrics are durable and can handle whatever obstacles the world may throw at the wearer.

The 24 Hour Suit range will be available from the 19th September 2011.

Burton was originally founded in 1903 under the name of The Cross-Tailoring Company. It quickly became popular and expanded into hundreds of outlets and factories across the United Kingdom. Today, it is a staple on most high streets and a popular retailer for men's clothing, including gifts for men, men's suits, men's shirts, casual clothing, men's jeans, men's chinos and men's shoes.

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