I’m sure you all know how much I love bold and quirky prints…especially if they feature animals. When Salamander Shirts asked me if I’d like to review their shirts I was delighted! They kindly sent me three, including the button print shirt from few weeks ago, and this fabulous duck print shirt. I will be featuring the third one next week.
At the moment we have Storm Christoph bringing heavy rain so it’s certainly good weather for ducks! I can only wear chunky heels on the grass because the lawn is a swamp. Anyway, back to the shirt. The quality is fantastic, with some really lovely design features, including anti-gape button design, standard square shirt cuffs and a double back yoke. I particularly love the contrasting polka dot fabric which you can see on the collar and cuffs. The browns and greens in this duck print cotton shirt really compliment the dark green cords and tweed jacket.
I bought the jacket on eBay a couple of years ago but can’t recall wearing it. It’s from Mango and feels surprisingly well made for a fast fashion brand. The cord trousers were a recent purchase from Coast, in what seems to be a never-ending sale of theirs. I guess times are tough for brands now with bricks and mortar stores closed due to Covid.
The combinations of ducks, cords and tweed came about by starting with the shirt; everything else just fell into place by looking at what was in the wardrobe or on the bed. Sometimes those combinations work out the best!
Salamander Shirts are kindly offering a 20% discount to my readers with the code STYLESPLASH. It’s valid until the end of the month (but can’t be used with any other discount code or offer). Take a look at the website…you definitely won’t regret buying one (or two) of these fabulous shirts!
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