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Win: A £100 voucher to spend online at Weird Fish Clothing

Punchline have teamed up with Weird Fish clothing to offer one lucky person the chance to win a £100 clothing voucher to spend online. See below to enter.

Inspired by the great outdoors, Weird Fish creates well-made, easy-going clothes that evoke that forever weekend feeling. Treat yourself to something new from the winter collection and wrap up warm now the temperatures have dropped.

Designs are relaxed with a nod to coast and country living, reflected in the brand's motto 'Wear the Weekend.' Top picks for women include the Edie Fair Isle jumper, which is made from a clever mix of contemporary fibres for all day itch-free comfort. The Beatrix waterproof jacket is sure to also become a wardrobe staple this winter.

And for men, the Longside jumper is perfect for layering up. Created using a traditional Norwegian design, you'll find yourself reaching for this item again and again. Another top pick for men is the Oban jacket, which will keep you warm and comfortable while also looking good.

Weird Fish is delighted to be celebrating its 25th anniversary. The brand has come a long way since its first T-shirt in 1993 and is grateful to its loyal customers and hardworking staff for helping reach this milestone.

Competition closes at midnight, 19 December 2018.

By entering the competition, you agree to be subscribed to our daily E-newsletter. Prize only redeemable at www.weirdfish.co.uk and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Standard competition terms and conditions apply.  

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