Friday, March 22, 2019

Win A Set of Swim Shorts From Joseph & Alexander ♥

It's no secret that I love boys fashion and have stated many times before that I believe that boys fashion should be just as beautiful and thought about as girls - I am a mother of two young boys after all!

Usually fashion offering for boys are an afterthought and not very appealing - boys like more than dinosaurs, farm animals and vehicles you know! Thankfully I've come across a brand which is championing boys swimwear with a whole host of cool and unique designs - this brand is Joseph Alexander.

What makes the brand even more appealing is that their swimming trunks are made from recycled plastic found in our oceans! So not only are the brand providing unique and wonderful swimwear, but they're doing something amazing for the planet too and I think that should be applauded and supported!

One lucky winner will win a set of Joseph & Alexander swim shorts in a style of their choice - you can see the different styles available here. The swim shorts all range from €50.75 to €56.88 per pair so this is a fabulous prize!

To be in with a chance of winning simply enter via the Gleam widget below. Please read the terms and conditions before entering and best of luck to all who enter!

Terms & conditions:
1. This giveaway is open to residents of Ireland and the U.K. only.
2. This giveaway will run for two weeks, beginning on March 22nd and ending on April 5th at 11.59p.m. - a winner will then be chosen at random via the Gleam widget.
3. Invalid entries will be deleted without notice.
4. By entering this giveaway you are giving permission for your details to be passed on to the person sending your prize. This prize is being supplied directly by Joseph & Alexander.

Set of Joseph Alexander Swimming Shorts in a style and size of your choice
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57 comments

  1. the yet vs starfish shorts are very cute x

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  2. Mu grandson is into preservation and not using plastics so I would pick Trapped X Plastic Oceans shorts

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  3. Trapped plastics ocean super cool design

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  4. My son would probably love the Octopus secret service ones.

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  5. I'd choose the Water love design x

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  6. I rather like the "Coral, Sea Snake & Jellyfish" ones.

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  7. I would like the Coral, Sea Snake & Jellyfish design x

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  8. I love the yeti vs starfish shorts.

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  9. id probably choose the trapped shorts x

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  10. I'd pick the Lobster Joe print for my little boy

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  11. Octopus Secret Service look amazing!!

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  12. the yeti vs starfish shorts look interesting and fun!

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  13. Octopus secret service look great

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  14. I'd let my son make the final decision but I like the London V New York style shorts

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  15. Love the octopus secret service

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  16. I like the trapped plastic oceans

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  17. The lobster print! My son would love it

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  18. The Portofino Dreaming are brilliant! I just love the fact that they are recycled materials.

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  19. I would pick Lobster Joe for my grandson!

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  20. so many ovely designs, but I think I'd choose the water love design

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  21. I think my son would love the London v New York design

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  22. I think my son would love the London v New York design

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  23. London v New York are brill!

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  24. I'd choose the Yeti Vs Starfish one's. They'd be great for my grandson

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  25. I would like the LONDON VS NEW YORK ones.

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  26. trapped x plastic ocean is my fave

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  27. I’d choose the Octopus Secret Service ones. They’re very unique.

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  28. I like the Monaco design the best!

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