Bailbrook Sweatpants Men’s Grey

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We say: English breakfast tea, you say: milk. We say: comfy British clothing, you say: Argyle sweater. Wrong. A far cry from stereotypes, Rupert & Buckley might be proud to be British, but the brand also proudly creates clothing completely free from scratchy wool & old-fashioned patterns. Perfect for lazy Sunday brunch, or a gentle jog through the park, the brand’s sporty-chic clothing features soft textiles & relaxed shapes. Not a stiff collar in sight.
Supplier: Fab UK
£31.60
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Wool - A natural fibre from Sheep
Chic - A design term meaning smart or stylish
Milk - A dairy product white in colour
Grey - A colour often associated with old age (going grey)
soft - A descriptive word for an item/sound which is gentle to the touch or ears
Tea - A hot beverage made from the leaves of a tea plant
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men's sportswear
Men > Activewear


SKU: 134849

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