Press Release: February 25, 2010
As far back as 2008 Fred Perry clothing and footwear made its return to the Mainline Menswear website after a two year absence. The return coincided with Fred Perry becoming increasingly popular among British bands, TV Presenters and the festival/gig going public. Not to mention a brief sponsorship of Scottish tennis player Andy Murray. Since this massive return Fred Perry has progressed from strength to strength, with the clothing collection increasing season to season. 2009 saw what would have been the 100th Birthday of English tennis legend Frederick John Perry, Fred Perry clothing celebrated this by releasing the massively popular 100th Anniversary range, which saw a much larger embroidered laurel chest logo with the number 100 underneath. This has now become something of a collectors item.
The Spring Summer 2010 season see's the largest increase of Fred Perry polo t shirts and fantastic Fred Perry footwear compared to previous seasons. This major increase has seen the popular British brand increase to a huge 100+ individual pieces, meaning there is a huge variety of styles, designs, colours and sizes available for the Fred Perry clothing fan at the top designer menswear independent retailer Mainline Menswear. The brand will undoubtedly be a huge focus this season, as will many of the vintage collections currently on the Mainline Menswear brand list.
Fred Perry fashion tips for Spring Summer 2010 - This seasons twin tipped polo is the must have in Fred Perry tshirts and polo t shirts, the vintage looking t shirts, complete with signature Fred Perry laurel logo are a definite winner for this summer season. That coupled with the really popular Fred Perry plimsols, deck shoes and flip flops mean you will see the summer in with style!
Get an extra 20% off ALL SALE FRED PERRY this weekend only by typing in EXTRAEXTRA at the checkout screen when prompted. This offer is available on any sale items on the website until midnight on Sunday.
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