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Burton, The Centre MK

Burton has the trends covered and the prices are competitive. Shame the store is so tucked away.

Product 6

For Burton, Milton Keynes should be heartland territory and it doesn’t do half bad. The fashion is there, with multi-seamed jeans, striped polos, graphic T-shirts, chambray shirts, and Superdry-inspired tops. Burton even gets into O-leg, carrot-leg and tapered jeans this season. The ubiquitous cargo and chino are also here and there is a twist in tailoring with trimmed lapels on a 2sb jacket. There are 13 suit options in total.

Experience 5

The jeans department is standout in terms of being the best at explaining fit to a non-aficionado punter, with simple illustrations and text. But, as is so often the case, this Burton store is on a first floor trading above a Dorothy Perkins, and is also just a few yards away from a Burton concession in Bhs - that’s got to harm its fashion credibility long term.

Value 7

A black piped-edge suit is £89 - the same look as in Next but undercutting it on price.

A polyviscose suit is cheaper still at just £79. Plain white T-shirts are also reasonable at £7, though they don’t stand up to Gap on quality. Polos are on a two-for-£28 deal. Jeans with a bit of a wash are £32 - that feels a bit on the high side. Basic jeans are £25.

Score 18

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