Heathleaf is a new online fashion store with an excellent range of clothing designed to represent Durham both locally and on the world stage. Durham But Did You Die Unisex Hoodie in purple is a 55% cotton and 45% polyester, stitching is all over cover seemed construction, the collar of the hoodie has a DTM drawcord, Terry style, and a regular fit.
My Opinion: I really like this hoodie and it goes perfectly with my jeans to wear on a cold winters day and it will also be perfect for this spring when I take my walks and I’ve never been to Durham but I like the saying on this.
About them: The online boutique is a real labor of love for founder and Durham-native, entrepreneur Alexander Heath. The range sprang from and reflects Heath’s love of all-things-Durham. “We wanted to create a brand which represents Durham in a fun, but still fashion-led way,” says Heath. “We’re hoping to give locals a chance to wear their love of Durham with pride!” The current range includes t-shirts, hoodies, long-sleeve tops and tank tops, all designed to suit a carefree lifestyle which celebrates Durham street style. With items emblazoned with the famous Durham bull, Durham-inspired slogans and much more, there’s plenty for locals to enjoy, with all items available in a wide range of colors for plenty of variety.
To see more visit https://www.heathleaf.com
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