Changing the Way You do Casual

Introducing an exciting new sweatshirt and hooded top brand, Wear the Stars, which will be launched on 05.04.17.

Wear the Stars is a range of streetwear inspired hoodies and sweatshirts that are the perfect fusion of fashion and function. Adorned with an iconic and distinctive star logo in contrasting fabrics and finishes from star foils, glitters, sequins and vibrant prints to an exciting Liberty print limited edition, all inspired by emerging catwalk trends.

They are a super stylish ‘throw on piece’ for in between your gym and your every-day life activities whilst keeping you on trend and feeling great.

Created by fashion stylist Nicola Gotthardt-Mills, Wear the Stars is a response to a gap in the market for fashion that is casual but doesn’t compromise on luxury or style.

Stride stylishly through your day in a sweater that you can wear on the school run, to your yoga class and for lunch with the girls. Give a nod to our favourite athleisure trend by teaming your sweater with some skinny jeans or a leather skirt for an outfit that can carry you from lunch to the gym and office.

The fabric is nothing short of luxurious, with a super cosy feel and the breathable 100% certified organic cotton ensures that our Wear the Stars Sweaters perform as beautifully as they look. Using a cut that is streamlined, the range will flatter all shapes and sizes.

Following seasonal trends, the brand is aimed primarily at the fashion forward. Wear the Stars will sell directly from their website, with a retail price from £69. The range will be promoted through social media and celebrity endorsements – our Wear the Stars icons are Louise Redknapp and style blogger Laura Wills - modern, busy women who aspire to look great at all times.

With Wear the Stars, we aim to change the way you do casual. 

“More than just a Hoodie! Beautifully designed, beautifully packaged and beautifully soft and luxurious to wear. I can see this being a staple for me”

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