Mainline Menswear - Making Men Around the World Happy This Christmas

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This Christmas Mainline Menswear has a top plan to make designer menswear loving men and boys around the world happy beyond their wildest dreams...Even if it is just for one day!

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Offering such a range in our brands allows us to gain and retain custom much easier than our rivals, setting us apart from the rest of the pack

Year by year the importance of online shopping at Christmas becomes more and more apparent with shoppers wanting the comfort and warmth of their own home when grabbing presents for friends and family. The best deals can generally be found online, but even if the prices from the high street compared to the web are roughly the same what price can you put on NOT having to park the car or get the bus, queue endlessly in shops and getting wet on a cold and dark evening, not to mention the actual time it wastes traipsing around the superstores and shops. Cyber Monday in the US is renowned for being the busiest online shopping day of the year, falling on Monday 29th November in 2010; however the Guardian maintains that Cyber Monday in the UK is usually the first Monday in December. This means that the majority of the worlds Christmas shopping this year will be done in the last week of November and the first week of December.

Christmas 2010 is expected to be a massive one for top independent designer clothes retailer, Mainline Menswear. With two shops and a thriving online store they are in an ideal position to be a perfect “Santa” this winter and help with the choosing and delivering of gifts, not only to friends and loved ones, but the gifts that you buy yourself from time to time, just to make yourself smile!

There are over 100 of the best designer brands to choose from - who in the current online fashion world brings you this much selection in one place? Top brands include the current bestseller and general UK favourite Lyle and Scott, established timeless brands Armani, Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss not to mention the slightly more casual and urban brands Luke 1977, Adidas Originals and G Star and the premium denim brands Replay, Edwin, Levis and Denham. The other 90 plus brands are all at the top of their game in the current world of fashion and cover every personal style, look and trend ensuring that there is most definitely something for everyone among the 8,000 individual products that are currently live on the website.

With Christmas just around the corner the website is gearing up for its busiest time of the year. The team are working hard behind the scenes ensuring that every line of clothing is fully stocked and ready to be snapped up by eager Christmas shoppers, not to mention that the first class customer service team are available when the customers really need them. Steps are already in place to ensure that every parcel is leaving the distribution centre as fast as possible; making sure that every possible order is out for the super quick next day delivery service, guaranteeing that customers have a top quality experience from start to finish. If you’re still not sure you want to check Mainline Menswear’s very own Facebook page, and not forgetting the About Us and Testimonials pages, a perfect place to find out what people in your position already know!

With all of that going on it is vastly important to make sure that brands don’t slip under the radar. Whilst everyone is clamouring for the ‘Golden Eagle’ or the Lacoste crocodile why not have a look at some of the other top designer brands that may not gain the attention 24/7 but are still fantastic designer brands in their own right. Of the brands that don’t feature in the public eye as often Mainline Menswear blog editor Andy Hoyle says “Offering such a range in our brands allows us to gain and retain custom much easier than our rivals, setting us apart from the rest of the pack and giving us a chance to offer something different to our customers both in selection and customer service. With this in mind the winter’s key brands to be looking for alongside the usual suspects has to be the British designed Paul Smith, Ted Baker and Fred Perry as well as the US vintage brand Original Penguin. These four brands will provide the perfect Christmas gift while proving to that special loved one that you do have a keen eye for fashion.”

This massive selection for Christmas is fantastic, but for those of you who haven’t experienced the website yet the question begs…Who are Mainline Menswear?

Mainline Menswear is based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire and has been running for around six years having been established in 2004. Initially running with only twelve brands the website has used its former base at the shops to build and expand the company, increasing the size of the brand portfolio at a rapid rate. Some big brands have come and gone in the six years of existence however one thing has always remained the key point for the company – customer service. Adopting an open and personal approach to the communications between potential customers and the team has undoubtedly worked, offering a busy phone number, e-mail facility and even a super cool instant messenger service, perfect for live updates and questions. All this alongside the super quick next day delivery service has allowed Mainline Menswear to move onto the next level in terms of providing for seasoned fashionable men and first time buying lads. 2011 will see some massive brands emerging on the site, especially in the first part of the year that see’s top American sportswear giant Nike arrive on screens for the first time. The high level of detail and the professional and personal approach to each and every aspect of the company has pushed Mainline Menswear to where they are today… the leading independent retailer of men’s designer clothing.

Hopefully this will have Christmas, New Year and the foreseeable future covered for you in terms of your favourite gift and designer brand supplier, why not join the ride now and see what 2011 will bring for you and Mainline Menswear? You won’t be disappointed…

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