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Ladies in the field 2017 – Shooting waistcoat from Gamebirds Clothing

gamebirds clothingLadies' Pintail moleskin shooting waistcoat from Gamebirds Clothing – RRP £199.

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Gamebirds Clothing is a unique shooting and country clothing label designed by ladies, with the sole purpose of offering elegant British country chic styles worldwide.

Established in September 2015 by Cindy and Sarah, Gamebirds Clothing has kept it’s focus on designing elegant yet functional clothing for the shooting and country lady. Our core autumn/winter items include our skinny range of moleskin and cord trousers and breeks, with 2% elastane, that are practical and comfortable for long days in the field but also flattering and elegant to wear. 

The GBC new star for 2017 is undoubtedly our shooting waistcoats all designed, sourced and made entirely in Britain. The Pintail moleskin waistcoat is luxuriously accessorised with suede and velvet, with the shoulders padded to aid recoil intolerance making it perfect for both the clay and the game Shot.

The Oystercatcher cotton waistcoat is the Pintail's lightweight counterpart. Beautifully styled with cut-away shoulder patches giving a feminine line to the overall design.

We are aware that ladies come in all shapes and sizes, so we embrace that! In 2017 one of our focuses is being able to expand some of our range to sizes beyond the usual 8–16. Therefore, our Pintail and Oystercatcher waistcoats will now be available in sizes 6–24 with six colour choices.

We also have our 'Brilliantly British' range of tweed capes, jackets, and new tweed skirts – available in colourful tweed and in both16” and 24” lengths. 


For more information about National Ladies' Shooting Day, visit shotgunandchelseabunclub.co.uk



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