You can't beat watching a bit of sport at the pub while enjoying a good pint. But imagine how much better it would be if you were paid to do it?
There's only one catch – you have to wear a certain item of clothing to bag the cash. British clothing brand Charles Tyrwhitt, retailer of high-quality shirts, suits, casualwear, shoes and accessories, is looking for a shirt tester to put its non-iron shirts to the ultimate performance test.
All you have to do is try one out to enjoy a pint at the pub. It's hoped the task will see how well the designs last in two high-pressure scenarios – at work and while watching the rugby.
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Receiving a package worth over £1,000, the successful applicant will be hosted in a VIP area of The Tyrwhitt Arms pub in Covent Garden, London, to watch England vs Samoa on Saturday, October 7.
When they arrive they'll be able to enjoy bottomless food and drinks with their mates. After testing the shirts in both a work and rugby-watching scenario, the shirt tester will need to report back to Charles Tyrwhitt and review its comfort, crease-proof ability, sweat-wicking efficiency and hybrid workwear suitability by October 28.
To be in with a chance of bagging the job you'll need to take pride in your dress, while appreciating comfortable attire. You'll also need to be a true rugby fanatic who understands the 50:22 law, and isn’t fazed by terms like scrum, "dark arts" and the "blind side".
As well as this, it'd be good if applicants understood the common thread between Charles Tyrwhitt and England rugby – passion, craft and attention to detail. The winner will bag:
A £500 Charles Tyrwhitt voucher
3 x Charles Tyrwhitt Non-Iron’ shirts in colours of their choosing (worth £209)
A reserved area in The Tyrwhitt Arms pub, Covent Garden, London, to watch an England rugby match with friends while enjoying bottomless, complimentary food and drink
You can apply here, and there are a few things you need to complete to do so. The deadline for entries is 11.59pm on Sunday, September 24, so you need to be quick.
If you're wondering what the shirts are like, they've been designed with modern "flexible working" in mind. The brand knows men are looking for hybrid pieces that are smart enough for the office, breathable under pressure yet crease-proof for an after work pub-stop.
Charles Tyrwhitt’s non-iron shirts have been designed to try and "do it all", and now it's time to see if they live up to expectations.
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