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St. Georges Day @ MainlineMenswear.co.uk 23rd April 2010

Posted 16th April 2010.

This year St. Georges day falls on Friday 23rd April, and what better way to show your colours than to snap up some top designer menswear and wear white and red for the day, the colours of the St. Georges cross. Throughout time the 23rd April has been accepted as the date of death for St. George and for every year after his death there was a huge celebratory feast, on a similar par to Christmas Dinner up until the 18th century. As time has passed the tradition has waned and even the method of celebration changed considerably, as St. Georges day has become more modernised. After the tradition of the feast had died out, it was considered symbolic to wear a single red rose in your lapel for the day, but as the times and fashion have changed further it is now accepted that white and red clothing, or a St. Georges cross are to be used to show your patriotism.
With fashion comes designer brands, and at Mainline Menswear there are plenty of those. With over 100 top designer brands available and over 6500 products at the moment finding something white and red will be very easy, as shown on the two links below.

White Designer Menswear – http://menswear.mainlinemenswear.co.uk/search?w=white&n=0&t=
Red Designer Menswear – http://menswear.mainlinemenswear.co.uk/search?w=red&n=0&t=

Among this range of white and red items, of which there are around 1,500 products, it features all of the top designer brands in the world, including a Hugo Boss polo t shirt and baseball cap in white and red featuring the St. Georges cross, England white and red Havaianas flip flops and a range of St. Georges cross branded Gio Goi t shirts, designed to celebrate the Football World Cup.
Dont forget to celebrate St. Georges day at Mainline Menswear on the 23rd, by looking good while showing your patriotism, in white and red.

Remember: Mainline Menswear are Trend SettersNot Followers!!!