An exclusive preview to the new Stanley/Stella collection set to launch in 2019!

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Stanley/Stella is a fashion brand which will become a household name,but for the time being. Let's enjoy the perks and quirks of its exclusivity.
The new year's collection promises to not only offer sustainable fashion,but also improve styles, fits and colours. Some of the new colours to come include ; crystal stone, coral wave, golden horizon and many more!

 

T-Shirts


For the next 12 months and more we can expected garments which are described as 'medium fit' rather than the classic 'fashion fit'. We feel as though the brand has refocused it's ethos and is willing to accommodate those who love organic and ethically sourced piece ,but are not blessed with the body of thor! We're real people and demand exclusivity!

The range includes a complete rebrand of a few existing lines and completely new lines. This also includes a rebrand of one of the brand's best selling garments-Leads (STTM528). It's new competitor will be, called -Creator, but really should be referred to as THE CREATOR. A classic unisex t-shirt with, a close fitting collar, heavier, more luxurious cotton and has a range of 58 colours! The garment will also go up to a size 'double extra-large' and will still come in the complimentary special colours known as 'heathers'.

 


Another rebrand that has been done is on the Stella dreams (STTW311) the replacement garment will be known as stella dreamer (Sttw013). This is a more generous fitting garment, made out of a single knit jersey. 100% organic cotton and will offer a more conservative and iconic fit- no more visible bra straps!
 

A new more classic everyday type of t-shirt that has been introduced is the stella lover (Sttw017). This is a feminine tee,with a complimentary crew neck detail and short-sleeves. Peachy soft organic cotton which offer a good and robust stretch.
This time the brand has expanded most of its pieces from men's options to include women and kids, which means the whole team can wear the same tee, in the same colour and fit!

Sweatshirts

We can expect heavier styles, better fits .
Key lines to look out for within this collection are; Stella Tripster, Stanley Changer,
The Stella Tripster is: A classic women's crew neck sweatshirt, with a french terry interior, and raglan sleeves. At 350 gms the sweat is considered heavyweight, and is one of stanley stella's heaviest sweats. The garment also offers a half moon shape on the york perfect for relabelling, 1x1 rib detail on the cuffs, hem and neck providing the wearer with a more cosy fit and feel.
The tripster is made out of 85% organic cotton and 15% recycled polyester. The recycled polyester is sandwiched between the organic cotton to ensure that the fibres are never in direct contact with the wearer.
The men's version to the Tripster is the Stroller, whereas the kid's it's mini scouts.  raglan sweatshirt option aiding movement of a ninja. As you can tell the brand has stuck to its guns and carried the wacky names through.

 

Stanley Changer: (STSU823)

This set-in-sleeve sweat comes in 17 vibrant and classic colours.
It is a heavier sweatshirt, made out of 85% organic cotton and 15% recycled polyester with a brushed interior offering the wearer a peachy cosy feel.

This season we can expect the kangaroo style pockets carried through in loud and bright colours.The standard criss cross stanley/ stella affect. Brush and light sueded interiors, and extended sizing (up to 3xl)
Cruiser STSU822
A unisex hoodie, with a large kangaroo style pouch pockets. Light sueded exterior with a peachy fleecy interior. At a 350 gms, this hoody provides, warm style and durability. Perfect for embroidery and screen print.

​Stanley/stella has promised to provide more revolutionary, trendy and exciting lines for which we're excited to try and test in the new year.
To explore our frequently update range click here, and remember we're only a phone call/ email away, should you have any further questions.
https://www.shirtworks.co.uk/products/stanley-stella/

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