Designers Wanted: WOMbat Asks Adventure Lovers To Get Creative

Adventure clothing brand WOMbat is giving wannabe fashion designers across the country the chance to get creative and win the chance to have their very own t-shirts sold on the UK’s high streets.

Between June and December the Cheshire-based firm which sells everything from mens hoodies to organic jewellery will pick one competition winner a month. That person’s t-shirt design will then be professionally made-up, printed and sold online and through WOMbat’s shops in England and Wales.

In line with WOMbat’s efforts to make its range of clothing as ethical as possible, the designs will be printed on Fairtrade cotton. As well as seeing their t-shirts on sale in UK shops, each competition winner will get a £100 WOMbat voucher.

WOMbat’s Victoria Tingey said: “We know the people who wear our clothes love the outdoors, love adventure and love ethically sourced products. We’re asking them to put all that passion down on paper and come up with a t-shirt design that will really appeal to our customers.

“You can find inspiration on top of a mountain, at the beach or in a cave or pothole – it doesn’t matter. We just want people to draw on their love of life and adventure. The more individual and personal the design are the better.”

No one at WOMbat is particularly keen on rules and regulations, so they’ve been kept to a minimum. Full terms and conditions are available on the company’s website, but the basics are that designs must be original and entrants must be over the age of 18 and a resident of the UK or Ireland.

You can download a t-shirt template through WOMbat’s website and completed designs can either be emailed to competition@wombatclothing.com, or handed in at one of WOMbat’s stores in Chester, Cambridge, Abersoch or Bristol.

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Women’s Designer Labels and Boys Get Pizza for Free with DiscountVouchers.co.uk Codes

Popular consumer bargain codes website DiscountVouchers.co.uk has launched its latest batch of deals which offer big bargains on leading brand clothing for woman and also free pizzas for boys’ nights out. The leading money-off deals site offers deals for more than 300 leading stores.

This week’s new batch of deals offers women’s clothing with big savings at top name stores like Karen Millen. Women who want to enjoy new clothing with big bargains can get hold of money off the new summer collection through using Karen Millen voucher codes.

Other great women’s fashions are featured in the new batch of DiscountVouchers.co.uk deals this week in the shape of new BooHoo.com voucher codes. The new deals feature a choice of spring dresses plus also as much as 70% off items offered in the BooHoo.com spring sale through using the new deals.

As the ladies in the family enjoy savings on leading brand fashions, the chaps in the household can treat themselves to a couple of hours eating pizza due to the website offering new Domino’s vouchers. The vouchers are available on the DiscountVouchers.co.uk website and can just be printed off and taken into any branch of Domino’s.

Simon Terry, managing director of DiscountVouchers.co.uk, says, “Because our website is updated every week with new choices of vouchers and codes we can always help people to save on top names and brands. This week it’s the turn of ladies to save on top name fashions while the gents in the house can enjoy free pizzas while the ladies are shopping.”

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Debenhams Reveals The Great Bikini Cover-Up Contradiction

Debenhams has discovered that with the ‘staycation’ trend still going strong, as many people continue opting for a budget-saving British holiday this year, 80% of women say they would not wear a bikini when heading to a British beach for their summer break – despite 91% saying they always wear one abroad.

Debenhams Reveals The Great Bikini Cover-Up Contradiction

The leading department store uncovered the great cover-up contradiction when they asked customers if holidaying in Britain affected their usual choice of swimwear, and identified the reasons for this newfound modesty among those staying at home for their break.

No longer the preserve of older women, less revealing swimwear options such as theskirted swimsuit are enjoying a surge in popularity among women of all ages, with a rise in sales of more than 112% year-on-year compared to skimpier styles such as bikinis.

Sasha Nagalingham, Swimwear Buyer for Debenhams, explained: “Despite a reputation for leaving inhibitions at the door in places like Alicante and Antigua, traditional British reserve takes over in Bognor and Brighton – its geographical modesty.”

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