Marks & Spencer pulls suits from half its stores as demand slumps

Marks & Spencer

M&S has stopped stocking suits across more than half of its 245 larger-format stores as the retailer responds to the rise in demand for more casual clothing.

Marks & Spencer now stocks suits in 110 of its 245 larger-format stores, which director of menswear Wes Taylor said was a response to “customers’ rapidly changing needs.”

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