Ladbaby Mum launches matching Euro soccer jerseys for the whole family at prices starting at just £ 8
The BRITS are preparing to enter the summer, especially since the Euro started last week.
The creators of the LadBaby social media phenomenon, Mark and Roxanne Hoyle, have called England’s official soccer jerseys ridiculously expensive.
English shirts sell for Â£ 70, making it impossible for many families to afford them.
Not content with the small fortune people would have to shell out for an English shirt, Mark asked if any clothing brands would be willing to help create a budget option.
In partnership with In the Style, LadBaby and LadBaby Mum have launched their own family strip at just Â£ 12 for adults and Â£ 8 for children.
They also created options for Scotland and Wales, so everyone can afford a Euro worthy kit.
Mark said: âThe Euros are an amazing opportunity where the whole country can come together and support something as a nation and as a family.
âBut let’s be honest, millions of families will not be able to afford Â£ 70 per family member to wear the official bands.
“We’re thrilled that we were able to change that so quickly and to work with In the Style to create fun and affordable options that everyone can enjoy.”
The Hoyles really get into the spirit of the game, with Mark going full blast killing his hair to look like the English flag.
After England’s victory over Croatia last Sunday, Mark is confident that his “lucky” hair will lead the team to the end.
Roxanne said, âMark always goes above and beyond to surprise me and make me laugh, but this is the next level!
“I just hope he’s right and his hair is lucky and it takes England to the final.
“Otherwise, he could be stuck like this when England got knocked out!”
In the Style teamed up with a local supplier, they were able to create a limited edition collection – adult t-shirts will launch in sizes women 6-28 and men S – 3XL and will retail for Â£ 12 .
Kids’ styles will launch between ages 1 and 12 and will be priced at Â£ 8.
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