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Warehouse bring the fashion, Brat&Suzie bring the animals

  Friday 16th March 2012

Do you like cute animals? Is a T-shirt your staple wardrobe item? If so, then the brand-new range from Warehouse in association with Brat&Suzie will be right up your fashion street!

Available in an array of on-trend pastel brights such as coral and mint, the super-playful motifs of furry creatures wearing geek-chic glasses and appearing on fashionably cut tees, snuggly soft tops and vests will appeal to all styles and shapes.

Based in East London, the brand directors, twins Polly and Charlotte Vickery, combine their love of nature with fashion. Polly personally tests every shape: wearing it, washing it, wrecking it, which is why the brand is so confident in the quality of every piece they create. So there is no wonder Warehouse jumped at the chance to combine their fashion saviness with Brat&Suzie’s adorable T-shirt range.

Launching in stores this week and online too at www.warehouse.co.uk, the collection is an ultimate addition to immediately take your tee-and-denim casual look right into the spring season. Team with candy coloured jeans to channel the pastel trend that is everywhere this upcoming season!

The pairs from Warehouse are lush in colour yet flattering in all the right places; so whether your after a jegging, a kick flare or the iconic skinny, there’s a style for you to funk up your Brat&Suzie tee.

Mel Jeffery

Shop the range online here or visit selected stores to view the collection.

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