lady umbrella

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Lady Umbrella will be opening soon, with what looks like at least six designs in their collection.  I love the consistency that comes to a collection when only one designer is used.  

For Lady Umbrella, Spanish designer Elena Montes Casado takes the entire job on herself, so while she offers up a completely different style than any other shirts that are out, all five shirts have a similar feel. 

Each design incorporates the “Lady Umbrella” character, which may make you raise an eyebrow at first because of the limitations that could possibly cause, but so far it works.  Actually, it works well.  As I scanned through the collection, I got a kick out of the different situations Lady Umbrella found herself in. 

Lady Umbrella is Away with the Birds

Lady Umbrella is Away with the Birds

Lady Umbrella Is Friends with David Attenborough

Lady Umbrella Is Friends with David Attenborough

Lady Umbrella Likes to Strut

Lady Umbrella Likes to Strut

What Came First - the Hen or the Umbrella?

What Came First - the Hen or the Umbrella?

Lady Umbrella and the Trike

Lady Umbrella and the Trike

Lady Umbrella and the Wise Owl

Lady Umbrella and the Wise Owl

Pretty unique, right?  And, I love how Elena uses the entire front of the tee on most of the designs.

Before they launch in early December, you can pre-order the shirts now by emailing ladyumbrellaltd@gmail.com, as well as leaving a message on the Lady Umbrella facebook page (by going the facebook route, you will receive 10% off your purchase and free shipping!).

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    2 Comments

    1. Posted November 25, 2009 at 6:20 pm | Permalink

      Hey, thanks a million for the mention, really appreciated…Yep, we are accepting pre orders now and happy to say they are going like hot cakes..we will have proper product pictures up on the site real soon so you can check out our t-shirts – stay tuned all…

    2. Posted November 26, 2009 at 8:40 am | Permalink

      Thanks Rob! :)

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