Courage for the pattern – this is the motto for the internationally renowned label. Burlington is best known for his socks with the typical Scottish Argyle pattern. It’s amazing that the label originally came from Schopfheim in Baden-Wuerttemberg instead of Scotland. In 1975, the then still small company draws its attention for the first time with its patterned socks and the trademark that still exists today: the metal rivet with the company logo attached at the ankle. The relaunch of the European label is followed by the expansion of the product range. Fitting to the Scottish-inspired socks leads Burlington Also sporty-casual fashion for men, women and children.
Everything rhombus or what? The argyle pattern still graces most Burlington socks, Burlington knee socks and tights. In addition to the traditional Scottish colors red, green and white also covered tones and variations with gray belong. Together with the proven rhombus motifs, the plain-colored socks creations characterize a large part of the label’s own product range. Care and the use of high quality fabrics form the basis for the production. Burlington consciously works with proven materials and classic designs, which are also used in the accessories collections. Cotton and wool provide a soft feel. Reinforced elastic cuffs as well as smooth knit leggings add comfort to many women’s, men’s and children’s tights.
Very scottish is also the clothing range of the brand with German and American roots. In addition to the characteristic Argyle pattern are maritime influences in addition to floral and paisley motifs or block stripes. And because variety of creativity is good, the diamond motif on one or the other shirt pocket is often reversed. The focus of the creative minds of Burlington is always on the athletic character. With soft lining, rib-knit cuffs and drawcord-adjustable hoods, Burlington sweat jackets are fashionable on-the-go. Double layered collars, coarse knitwear and knitwear combinations characterize Burlington pullovers and jackets. And with a casually overturned scarf, the Scottish-inspired sportswear gets its finishing touches.