bang to Byrites

(of a male) dressed in poor taste/cheap clothing. The phrase is a play on the expression bang to rights (guilty or caught in the act) and Mr Byrite, the name of a now defunct chain of men's clothing stores. 'Caught wearing cheap clothing as in footballers other than Michael Owen and David Beckham'.
► He was caught bang to Byrites in that purple shellsuit.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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