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MOSS BROS AW16 SUITED AND REBOOTED
REFRESHING YOUR WARDROBE, REBOOTING YOUR LOOK AND A RETURN TO STYLE
Synonymous with men’s tailoring, Moss Bros is proud to be celebrating 165 years of supplying great British style. Moss Bros has been suiting up men for generations; their expertise, eye for sartorialism and commitment to making men feel amazing has transitioned through many different eras.
From humble beginnings in London’s west end, they have always risen to the occasion, whether supplying uniform in the First World War or finery for Queen’s coronation in the 1950s. Always staying in style and meeting the needs of gentlemen from each generation.
The end of the summer signifies the return to routine for many. But all ends don't always signify a loss. Instead we embrace every end as it heralds a new beginning. A season for change, all about reinvention, refreshing your wardrobe, rebooting your look and a return to style.
Their AW16 collection delivers everything you will need to be suited and rebooted this season. Classic charcoal suits offer a versatile option that can be paired with blue and burgundy for a classic look or alternatively wear with a white t-shirt and white socks for a bold fashion statement. Check suits are a must have for this season and range from subtle to stand out. The Moss London skinny fit grey windowpane check 3 piece suit is one of the hero products. For those who are ahead of the trends their dark green Donegal suit will make sure you’re ahead of the crowd and sporting SS17 earth tones a season early.
Moss Bros is an editor for men, providing a versatile range of menswear. By drawing upon 165 years of tailoring experience, they give in-depth knowledge and suiting expertise - adapting the latest trends whilst staying true to its heritage. They inspire and guide, helping men feel amazing whatever the occasion.
Moss Bros are offering a suit, with an extra pair of trousers and two shirts for £129 for a limited time only here as part of their Suited and Rebooted campaign.
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