February 07, 2018 Gossip

Popular clothing brand, Weird Fish, is encouraging us all out of hibernation with the launch of their latest looks.

You can find Weird Fish at Springfields Outlet Shopping Centre in Spalding and a concession within Beales in Peterborough.

The new collection’s key lines for women include the gorgeous Sazi Wellies (£40) which are sure to brighten up any drizzly day. The wellies can be paired with the Avesta Jacket (£75) which has been designed to withstand the elements.

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As the evenings begin to lighten again, the Tallahassee Dress (£35) is the must-have item this season. Following positive customer feedback from last season’s jersey dress range, Weird Fish has introduced a wider choice of Tallahassee dresses with a variety of eye-catching print designs. On days when it’s not quite warm enough to brave a dress, reach for the Aida Knit (£45).

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For men looking to update their spring wardrobe, Weird Fish’s casual range just got smart. The Jerome shirt (£50) is a stylish, everyday choice which will look great teamed with the Albert Chinos (£50) for all-day comfort. The Chinos are brand new to the clothing brand’s offering and a staple for any smart casual wardrobe.

Another seasonal favourite is set to be the Beeckman Jacket (£60) which features a wadded panel to provide extra warmth if temperatures drop. For those looking to add a finishing touch to any spring outfit, the Masterton Blazer (£55) is the new go-to.

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If the heavens open, reach for the Prescott Jacket (£80) to help brave the elements. This waterproof features a full mesh lining and waterproof zip, amongst other high-tech additions. Pair with the Kemnay Wellies (£40) to keep feet warm and dry this season.

You can find Weird Fish at Springfields Outlet Shopping in Spalding or shop online www.weirdfish.co.uk