In our latest competition, we’ve partnered with Gant to giving away to one lucky AGL reader a Gant Tech Prep Oxford Shirt with an RRP of £80.Every woman needs a structured, flexible and powerful white shirt in their armour. But not every white shirt will give you that.
We need something multi-functional, that embraces our ideologies.Let’s start with environmental impact.We know what you’re thinking, what does this have to do with a shirt we’re running in a competition? Well, the Gant Tech Prep is formed out of their Beacons Project to help remove some of the 165 million tons of plastic in our oceans. They’re working with fisherman in the Mediterranean to turn plastic found in the ocean into yarn for this shirt. The innovative material within these shirts are breathable, soft and moisture wicking to keep you comfortable. Whether its that stressful presentation you’ve been working on for months or a day out in the hot sun with the family.
Additionally, with structured collar and cuffs this shirt means business, but its stretchy enough that you’ll feel comfortable in it whatever you’re doing. For a more casual feel, just undo a top button and pair with jeans- with such a classic look, you can’t go wrong.
With a shirt that can do so much for you AND the environment, it’s a winner all round. So, be sure to enter for your chance to win.
To enter and for your chance to win this incredible prize, simply complete the below entry form. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest where we’ll be publishing extra chances and ways for you to enter our competition.
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