So erm, HI GUYS.
There’s no baby, book, or engagement but what there IS is some cute slogan sweatshirts.
I’m a complete basic bitch and proud (holla at my girls Taylor Swift, MAC and Prosecco), and love anything that’s eye-wateringly basic and beautiful, so I decided a few months back that I wanted to set up shop with some of my own sweats.
The sort Kylie Jenner would wear whilst rocking the perfect liquid matte lip in a mirror selfie.
My first design was the ‘WIFI, LIPSTICK, COFFEE & NYC’ sweatshirt that I posted on Instagram earlier this month and it’s still my fave. I wear it ALL the dang time whilst I’m chilling about the house photographing make up and shoes and trying to come up with list ideas that’ll make you laugh-cry on public transport.
Every girl needs a cute slogan sweater to open the door to the postman in on fuuuuuuck I’m hungover Saturdays. Also for ill days. And Sundays on the sofa. And to wear to the gym and back. And well, to layer up with when it’s like two degrees (looking at you UK at the moment – wanna warm up just a cutsie tiny bit or nah?).
So yeah, enter the Hannah Gale sweatshirts.
Basic, affordable and super cosy.
I’ve teamed up with Garment Printing to produce them and they’re very much still a work in progress – I’ll be chopping and changing them regularly depending on when I get a flash of inspiration or suddenly see a colour way that I MUST MUST MUST have.
So any input on anything you’d love to see/buy will be hugely appreciated. Thanks, gals.
They’re available to buy now and all of them cost £25 and omg so snug.
Size-wise I’ve got some in small and some in medium and find that I prefer the slightly slouchy fit of a medium. I’d say that an XS is maybe an 8/10, an S is maybe a 12, and M is a 14 and so on.
I hope you’re even the tiniest bit as excited as I am – make sure you tag me in anything you buy because I wanna see how hip, happening and cute my fellow basics are looking.
I think that’s it?
And on that note I’m off to make a cuppa and eat those sassy little raspberry eclairs I used as a photo prop. Soz not soz.