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Moss Bros aims to become the of as the High Street suit retailer launches monthly subscription service Moss Bros has monthly subscription service for renting casual and formal wear Bosses at the suit retailer hope the £65-a-month 'Moss Box' is of clothing The service lets customers choose from two items of more than 180 products  

By Daily Mail Reporter

Published: 02:02 BST, 3 May 2021 | Updated: 06:53 BST, 3 May 2021

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It may be ideal for men who want to be at the cutting edge of at the mere push of a button – quite literally.

Moss Bros has started a monthly subscription service for renting casual and formal wear, letting men choose clothes to store in their own virtual wardrobe.

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Bosses at the suit retailer hope the £65-a-month 'Moss Box' can be the of clothing. 

The service lets customers choose two items from more than 180 products including chinos, jeans, shorts, jumpers, roll necks, waistcoats and tailoring from brands such as French Connection, Barberis and Ted Baker

The service lets customers choose two items from more than 180 products including chinos, jeans, shorts, jumpers, roll necks, waistcoats and tailoring from brands such as French Connection, Barberis and Ted Baker

The Moss Box service is thought to be the first of its kind for men in the UK. It sees the company move away from its traditional heritage of formal wear

The Moss Box service is thought to be the first of its kind for men in the UK. It sees the company move away from its traditional heritage of formal wear

The service lets customers choose two items from more than 180 products including chinos, jeans, shorts, jumpers, roll necks, waistcoats and tailoring from brands such as French Connection, Barberis and Ted Baker.

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