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Swedish fashion clothes, available in the UK
Scandinavian style fashion clothing is the main line of business at Ellos, a place you can reach online via these affiliate links. Ellos is an upmarket brand, and has style which may be for you.
At Ellos they say "Designed in Sweden, Ellos is a clothing brand for women, men and children. Founded in 1947 in a town called Boras, Ellos has grown into the number 1 mail order and online shopping brand across Scandinavia. A sister brand of La Redoute, Ellos is a new and exciting brand to the UK that launched a stand alone website in May 2011.
We pride ourselves on our Swedish roots; our ethos is to create stylish, affordable and quality clothing that is simply fashionable, perfect for everyday wear.
With two main seasonal launches a year, Ellos trends are Scandinavian through and through across womenswear, menswear and childrenswear. Think a ‘less is more’ approach, mixed with quality, natural fabrics and hints of traditional patterns, prints and embroidery.
Our range is designed for women who are 25 – 45 years old, with partner and young family. Those women who are seeking clothing that is stylish, that lasts for more than one season – both trend and quality - and that suits their budget. These are the principles that Ellos prides itself on, every day since 1947. Browse through the collection at Ellos.co.uk, we have something for everyone in the family!
Our range includes:
As they say on the banner "Swedish Fashion for You and Your Family". Now in case you're wondering what that Scandinavian style looks like, here's the link so you can take a closer look at Ellos...
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See, if you thought "Swedish style" involved wearing a Viking helmet or looking like Abba, it might be better to have a look rather than making assumptions.