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Friday, 23 May 2014

The Wardrobe - Quba & Co Summer Collection

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Inspired by a shared love of sailing and the outdoor life, Quba & Co was established in 1996 with the concept of using reclaimed canvas sailcloth to make one-off, customisable jackets. From their base in Salcombe, Devon, Quba & Co have expanded over the years to include a full range of clothing and homeware inspired by the Cornish way of life. Mixing a combination of traditional manufacturing methods and local inspiration, Quba & Co are one of the finest lifestyle brands to originate from these Isle's.


The brands 2014 summer collection further draws influence from the Cornish coastline and countryside, providing a range of clothing which exudes laid back Cornish style. From linen shirts to polo’s and chinos, the brands impressive range of garments are the perfect choice whether you are trekking the countryside, relaxing by the seaside or socialising with family and friends at a summer garden party.


Quba & Co Summer Collection Highlights... 

01 – Bamburgh Stripe Shirt. 
‘Made from 100% light pre-laundered cotton, the Bamburgh shirt features Chambery lining and a contrast embroidered icon on the front chest. A classic design, the Bamburgh shirt will look fantastic whether you choose to pair it with jeans, chinos or linen trousers’.
£65

02 – Shetland Stripe Crew Neck Knit. 
‘When the summer weather fails to live up to expectations, the Shetland jumper is the perfect choice. Made from 100% cotton, this light- weight jumper exudes a classic nautical style’.
£75

03 – Foxford Print Swim Shorts. 
‘These mid-length swim shorts feature a distinctive and retro breaking wave print in fresh blue and vintage white. Light and comfortable these swim shorts also feature  mesh lining and a button down pocket for practicality’.
£55

The Quba & Co Summer Collection is available to purchase from www.quba.com

Yours Sincerely
Mr British

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