Menswear label BadRhino opens its fourth standalone store in The Galleries, BristolPosted on: 10 Oct 2018
Now a household name when it comes to big & tall menswear, BadRhino specialises in casual, affordable men's fashion with sizes running up to 8XL. The label's latest store, opened recently by strongman Terry Hollands in The Galleries shopping centre in Bristol, stocks their full range of shirts, polos, denim, wardrobe basics and more.
The brand-new Bristol store will offer BadRhino's entire range in a full run of sizes, and has already created five new jobs in the city centre with two more to fill - head to the brand's careers page here for more information. As well as going all the way up to 8XL in t-shirts, button shirts, jumpers, hoodies, polos and more, BadRhino's 'Tall' range features longer length trousers up to a 36 leg.
The store's grand opening was celebrated with giveaway gifts signed by Terry Hollands, Facebook competitions with two £100 vouchers up for grabs, the chance to meet and chat with Hollands and more.
The brand is best known for its wide range of casual, affordable men’s fashion with its refined offering going up to 8XL; including shirts, polos, denim and everyday wardrobe basics. The full range is also offered in ‘Tall’ fit which features longer length trousers up to a length 36, extra body length and longer sleeves across all styles.
The Bristol store marks the latest chapter in an interesting year for the fashion brand. After successfully showcasing their range in over 50 stores across the UK, you can now find their goods in four standalone stores around the country as well as the websites of fashion giants ASOS and Zalando.
Of the Bristol opening, BadRhino Retail Director Karen Luton said "We look forward to offering an exceptional BadRhino experience to both new and existing customers with our new standalone menswear stores. It is a very exciting time for the business and our newly recruited store teams."
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