Top 5 Men's clothing Online Stores in the UK

See top 5 men's clothing online stores in the UK according to the version of BestOnlineStores.co.uk. Choose your best men's clothing online shop
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Chums is a privately owned, independent Mail Order Company based in a new 60.000 square feet unit in the Knowsley Business Park.

Graham Rubin, the Managing Director, developed the mail order business some 40 years ago after many years experience in the manufacture of trousers, which were supplied to the large Mail Order Catalogue businesses at the time. Starting by selling mens trousers direct to the public by off the page direct response advertisements in National Newspapers and Magazines, he eventually also sold through a catalogue of his own using the ever- increasing database of customers he recruited.

Well over 1 million customers have now enjoyed buying direct from Chums since those early days, many of whom will have started by firstly trying our fantastic value for money Crimplene trousers (which are still one of our best sellers) or summer Cotton trousers or Farah branded trousers.

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We're House of Fraser (fondly known by those who love us as 'HOF') and we've been on a mission to provide your heart's desires for more than 150 years. From humble Drapery shop in Victorian Glasgow to internationally inspirational department store, we've come a long way and we're still making history every day. We're so much more than just a house; we're a whole universe full of your favorite things. Want to know more about how the magical walk-in wardrobe we call home came to be?
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Welcome to Zalando UK. From the beginning we've been all about High Street to High End brands - bringing them together, all in one place. We have Europe’s largest selection of clothing, accessories and shoes online, mixing popular British High Street brands with high end designers and fresh, independent labels.
We want to make shopping online safe and simple for you. For us that means.

We're proud to showcase Europe's largest selection of clothing, shoes and accessories online. Shop High Street to High End with over 2,000 of your favourite brands for men, women, kids and every occasion imaginable.
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We offer free delivery on most items when you spend over £19.90. For orders below this, delivery is £3.00. Choose from either home delivery or collection at your local parcel shop. Sometimes fabulous fashion waits for no (wo)man so if you need things a little quicker than our standard 2-4 working days delivery, you can also choose Express Delivery at the checkout for just £5.95.
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Jacamo launched in 2007 with the aim to provide every man with a wardrobe he can count on and wear with pride. Since the start, we’ve worked tirelessly to put all the best men’s trends and quality clothing in one place, and make sure they’re accessible for everyone. We’ve been constantly evolving to make sure we’re the best we can possibly be, so our Jacamo man can do exactly the same.

We offer clothing in an extensive range of fits to suit every build. From loungewear to activewear, we’ve taken the struggle out of shopping. Whatever you’re looking for, whatever fit you’re after.

Jacamo exists to champion the true measure of a man, our latest campaign is designed to celebrate not only physical strength but, more importantly, the mental side of the modern man.

Don’t just take our word for it, we work with some of the best. We’re proud sponsors of Sky sports news and Soccer AM and our charity partner is Prostate Cancer UK.


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In 1903, Montague Burton was only 18 years old when he borrowed £100 from a relative to open the Cross-Tailoring Company in Chesterfield.

"Good clothes develop a man's self-respect," was one of Burton's insights. He was dedicated to providing high quality made-to-measure
suits at a reasonable price, revolutionizing the industry with his promise of "A five guinea suit for 55 shillings."
At the start of World War I, production changed from suits to uniforms which clothed nearly a quarter of the armed forces. By 1929 Burton
had four hundred shops, factories, and mills when the company went public.
Montague Burton was knighted in 1931 for his efforts in "furthering industrial relations and international peace." He was appointed Justice of the Peace, a post he held for many years.

His ambition was not only to clothe the nation and to raise the bar on the quality of life for his employees, but also to co-operate and
collaborate with those working for the advancement of culture and education worldwide. The House of Burton played a major role in
creating the United Nations Association.
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