Burton Mens Clothing Reviews
Description:Men's leading fashion chain in the UK and Ireland.
Newest Review: ... company was the largest multiple tailor in the world.Burton is now one of the leading high street menswear shops in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland it has over 400 stores and is now part of the Arcadia group. Burton sells a range of clothes including: t shirts, jumpers, jeans, shorts, suits, blazers and shoes. The main competitor for Burton is River Island and H and M but ... more
Customer Burton Mens Clothing Reviews (22)
by - written on 09/08/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Burton opened in 1903 by Montague Burton in Chesterfield. After World War II Montague Burton offered men the chance to buy a full suit, comprising jacket, trousers, waistcoat, shirt and underwear, which together became known as 'The Full Monty'. In 1946 the Company acquired the Peter Robinson women's fashion chain. By 1952, the year of Montague Burton's death, the company was the largest multiple tailor in the world.Burton is now one of the leading high street menswear shops in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland it has over 400 stores and is now part of the Arcadia group. Burton sells a range of clothes including: t shirts, jumpers, jeans, shorts, ... Read the complete review
by Anthony - written on 12/06/13
I buy from here a lot BUT only when the sales are on. The jeans and chinos i've had from here all faded very fast and do look old quick. The sweatshirts are around £25 but i've gotten 5-6 in the sales for £10 and some as cheap as £7 and all of them started to look old and faded after the first wash. I have binned a few of them after one wear. I'd say its a great budget buy just for the summer but only at sale prices. Hope it helps in your choice.
by - written on 20/10/12 (Useful, 148 readings)
Negatives. I've had pieces of Burton clothing many times, it is a great make of clothing and is a good choice for being 'in fashion' at the current times. I feel that Burton's best pieces of clothing or mainly summer clothing which is rather disappointing... this could just be my point of view. Another negative is the price, yes clothing these days id extremely expensive, but this id expenesive in comparison to other brands. The clothing can also be a little uncomfortable, which is rather annoying, and somewhat upsetting, especially after paying such prices for the items. If the items were cheaper i could understand the sometimes poor quality, but it isn't always ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/10 (Very useful, 450 readings)
Burton is a store which stocks men's clothing and is known as Dorothy Perkin's other half. **Pricing** Some of the clothes in Burton can be quite pricey, I recently looked at a cardigan in there which was priced at £40. But some of their more basic things, such as plain tshirts, are very cheap and tend to be on some kind of 3 for 2 offer. I think it is also worth mentioning that when their is a sale in Burton, their clothes are amazingly cheap. I returned the week after viewing the £40 cardigan and managed to pick it up for £5 in the sale! My boyfriend was very impressed with his new £40 cardigan on his birthday. Ssssh! He never needs to know ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/10 (Very useful, 137 readings)
Burton opened in 1903 by Montague Burton, located in Chesterfield. At the beginning of the Second World War, Burton decided to produce the forces uniforms, and not suits. Burton then went back to producing tailored suits, and were even used in a James Bond film. Currently, Burton has moved into being a high street store offering a range of clothes such as t-shirts and jumpers, jeans and shorts, while still offering suits at reasonable prices. Burton has many competitors including Top Man and River Island. I feel that Burton is on a par with River Island because Burtons clothes are a little less dressy in comparison. I have several pairs of jeans ... Read the complete review