Burton is a High Street snd online retailer of menswear in the UK. It sells a wide range of fashionable and classic styles for men, including suits, coats and jackets, jeans, t-shirts, formal and casual shirts and trousers, shoes and accessories including ties,cufflinks, socks and scarves
Burton offer free UK delivery on all orders over £70 ( for orders less than £70 the delivery charge is £5.95). UK returns are free no matter what the size of your order. And if you're living outside the UK, you'll be pleased to know that Burton now offer international delivery.
The Burton Sale
You can save up to 70% in the Burton Sale, which is now on. Items in the sale include t-shirts and tops, shirts, knitwear, outerwear, hoodies and zipped tops, chinos, shorts, denim and jeans, trousers, suits, shoes and accessories.
Visit the Burton Sale
There are a wide range of sizes available ensuring the majority of men will find something to fit. Sizes start at XS and go right up to XXXL; waist sizes for trousers start at 30" and go up to 48". You can also get different lengths in trousers - short, regular and long.
The items available when you visit the sale will vary to those I have detailed below, but they serve to give you an idea of the sort of reductions you can expect to see.
- The Burton Red Striped Crew Neck Jumper, pictured right, in 100% cotton, was reduced from £25 to £7.
- The Burton Multi Colour Floral Tie, pictured below left, was reduced from £8 to £2.
- The Burton Grey Birdseye Tailored Fit Suit Trousers, pictured below right, were reduced from £40 to £15.
- Look out for the 20% off mega days which occur several times a year.
- You get 10% discount on your order if you sign up to the Burton newsletter
- Burton cardholders get 10% off all year round by logging in to www.burton.co.uk/card and submitting your details
- Students get 10% off all year round by logging in to www.burton.co.uk/student and submitting your details
Burton was originally founded in 1903 by Montague Burton in Chesterfield. It was originally called The Cross-Tailoring Company. By 1929, the group already had 400 stores and was listed on the Stock Exchange. It wasn't until after World War 2 that Burton first started to sell men's suits including jacket, trousers, waistcoat, shirt and underwear. Because this was Montague Burton's idea, the complete suit became known as "The Full Monty" - which is where this expression comes from.
Burton is now owned by the Arcadia Group, along with other fashion retailers including Wallis, Outfit, Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, British Home Stores and Top Man.
The typical Burton customer is male, although 30% of sales are made to women who are buying for the men in their lives.