Cotswold-based clothing company Weird Fish has launched its SS17 collection, just in time for spring. The comfortable, easy-to-wear range of clothing features weekend essentials such as harem pants, jersey skirts and playsuits for women as well as board shorts and short sleeved check shirts for men.
Designs are beachy and relaxed with a nod to coast and country living. With the unpredictable English weather in mind, the collection also includes spring to summer transitional items such as waterproof jackets in colour-pop hues and lightweight knitwear.
Weird Fish’s best-selling jersey skirt, The Malmo, is back in seven unique prints for the season. Priced at £30, the colourful print on the soft cotton skirt offers a comfortable look for work or play. The skirt is designed with a thick waistband and A-line style, promising to be a firm favourite again this season.
The sweetest item in the womenswear collection is the popular Tallahassee jersey dress, which returns in three different prints for the season. Available for £30, the all-over ice cream motif print is perfect for when the barbecue invites start to roll in.
For men, the clothing brand offers a range of graphic T-shirts, ever-popular with the brand’s loyal fans. The T-shirt catalogue includes artist designs, such as The Seagull has Landed T-shirt, available for £20 in a range of shades, moonlight blue, barberry red, and light teal. Team relaxed fit graphic T-shirts with board shorts for sunshine-filled weekends exploring.
For a fun and stylish look, the short sleeved Render shirt (£32) boasts a bold Hawaiian print or for something more subtle, choose the Ardmore shirt (£35) for its reverse palm print. Effortless summer style is guaranteed from these wardrobe favourites.
John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, said: “The new SS17 range is packed full of go-to items for wearing on any occasion – whether it’s a day at the beach, a family barbeque, or a simple stroll through town”.
The Weird Fish SS17 collection is available from Thursday March 30 in-store (13 branded stores across the country and nationwide stockists) and also online Weirdfish.co.uk