Burton's range of suits proves the label is a master when it comes to precision-cut tailoring. Expect a wide variety of fits and styles; from single-breasted two-pieces with notch lapels, to double-breasted silhouettes with classic peak lapels.
Each piece is faultlessly made from fabrics such as linen, wool and cashmere, and available in everything from checked prints to traditional black and navy blue colorways. Keep it formal with a shirt, tie, and brogues.
A natural alternative to synthetic materials, linen will keep you cool during spells of hot weather. We recommend checking the instructions on the care label of your linen garments, but generally the fabric can be hand washed or machine washed. You may find your linen garments become softer over time. Similar to cotton, linen has a tendency to shrink. We therefore recommend that you avoid cleaning the fabric in hot water, and instead wash linen in warm or cold water. Avoid using bleach and fabric softener on linen, and never wring the fabric after hand washing. Linen tends to be fast drying, so lay flat and leave to air dry naturally. Store your linen garments in a cool, dry place, and avoid wrapping them in plastic.
We recommend checking the instructions on the care label before attempting to clean. Most wool is washable, with the main exception of structured pieces like suits, jackets and blazers, which are best spot cleaned. Otherwise, hand washing is often the safest way to treat wool, and requires lukewarm water mixed with a specialist wool detergent. To prevent shrinkage, it is advised to soak your garment in cold water before placing it in the machine. The heat from the tumble dryer can also shrink your garment, so it is best to lay wool flat and allow to air dry away from sunlight and radiators. Hang structured wool, such as jackets and suits, to dry on hangers.
Ensure your cashmere stays in its most beautiful condition by cleaning and storing it properly. Cashmere can be hand washed or cleaned on the gentle wool cycle on your washing machine, using either a special cashmere detergent or baby shampoo. Dry cleaning should only be done seasonally, to avoid damaging the fibres. Lay it flat on a towel to dry, and avoid wringing or twisting it to remove excess water. Simply squeeze it gently to keep it from losing its shape. Store cashmere folded in a drawer, and place in a zip-lock bag for long term storage. It is worth noting that even high-quality cashmere can pill, and this can be removed by laying your garment flat and gently combing with a cashmere comb.
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