I’m supporting GB with Next

This post is for the Next Blogger network and is part of the “I’m supporting” campaign.

I received a supporters scarf to style an review, I did not pay for this scarf.


Next are one of the official sponsors of this years Olympic games (in fact they’re supplying the clothing and homeware required throughout the games) and to show their support they have produced two supporters scarfs – one for the Olympic games and one for the Paralympic games.

Both scarfs are beautifully designed and versatile to wear.

The Olympic Scarf

This scarf features:

900 FIGURES to represent the 900 athletes of Team GB and Paralympics             900 HEARTS to express the nation’s special love for each of them                            900 STARS to recognize that every one of our athletes is a true star                      National landmarks to represent the fact that the athletes are drawn from every corner of the land                                                                                                                60 HANDS to symbolise the 60 million supporters of Team GB and ParalympicsGB                                                                                                                    Each of the 26 Olympic sports is also represented, together with English roses, Welsh daffodils, Irish flax and Scottish thistles – plus the date of the opening ceremony.

All printed on 100% cotton.

The Paralympic Scarf

This scarf features a dynamic lion motif to portray the courage, talent and determination of ParalympicsGB athletes. You will also find 60 hands to symbolise the athletes’ sixty million supporters and a map of Great Britain.

Both designs can be bought at Next. The scarf is available in two sizes 50cm (£5) and 90cm square (£10). The profits from each sale are going directly to the BOA and BPA.

I have been sent the 50cm  Paralympic scarf which I will be styling in Part 2.

I’ll also be telling you how you can enter the “Wear it, Wave it and Win” competition so stay tuned (hit the subscribe button to make sure you don’t miss it)!




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