Appleberry Get Christmas All Wrapped Up With A New Range Of Premium Quality Football Scarves

A brand new range of luxury scarves has been launched to give football fans a stylish way to wear their favourite team’s colours and keep warm this winter.

Online PR News – 21-November-2013 – Chester – British firm Appleberry has taken inspiration for its new range of scarves – which are available in the colour scheme of all European football clubs – from the scarves adopted by university and college football clubs.

The premium quality scarves are made from 100% Saxony wool and are designed and manufactured in the UK. According to Tony Core from Appleberry, the aim of the new range is to bring a touch of stylish luxury to a market which is more typically associated with imported, acrylic merchandise emblazoned with team logos.

“You only have to look at designer collections and high street stores to see that the humble scarf has come a long way and is as much a fashion statement as it is a practical way to stay warm and protect yourself from the elements.

“Scarves are fashion accessories and a way to make a style statement, and people clearly want a high quality, well designed accessory such as this.

“We wanted to bring a touch of luxury to the world of football merchandise, to offer a different style of scarf which allows the wearer to support their team in a less obvious way. We wanted to produce a range of scarves which could be worn with any outfit, for any occasion and not just on match days.

“Our scarves are the perfect Christmas present for football fans who appreciate fashion and who prefer a less obvious way to support their club.”

The origin of the college scarf dates back to the late 1930s when elegant, vertically-striped scarves were produced for the colleges and sports clubs at Cambridge University. It wasn’t long before the trend had spread to other British universities.

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