Joules design a welly competition

 

design competition lock up-01Now it is incredibly rare that you will see me posting about competition entries

but when one lands in my mailbox to design my very own pair of Joules wellys that will be available to buy, who am I to turn that down?

Long term readers will know I’m a country girl and most weekends you can find me, Paul and even my Mam knee deep in mud in a field somewhere. We certainly do know the true value of a good pair of wellies.

We have tried out most of the big brands over the years but I always come back to my beloved Joules Wellibobs as I find they are just so good for “every day” use and you can even drive in them which is a bonus! I have my eye on the black and neon pink pair!

I even bought an emergency pair of wellibobs with Daniella from www.madamegourmand.com when we were trapped in Fenwicks during the dreaded Newcastle Thunder Thursday!

For my competition entry, I wanted to make something classic but quirky and given my love of the countryside and all the activities associated… I picked a pheasant as that is quite iconic isn’t it!

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The boot would be a deep red wine colour with a matching sole and a cream top trim. The pheasant would sit proud, on the outside of each calf just under the gusset.

A deep red wine colour would make a pleasant change from the standard olive green.

If you too want to enter the Joules competition to win your design being made as well as a luxury getaway, all you need to do is head to http://getcreative.joules.com to design your very own pair.

2 Comments

  1. 23rd October 2015 / 5:08 pm

    Gosh that day was horrendous wasn’t it. I’ve never experienced weather like it!

    • Katie
      Author
      26th October 2015 / 8:10 am

      Thankfully it hasn’t been like that since. I am so glad we snaffed the last 2 pairs in our size though. They live in the boot of my car and are so handy!

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