Emilyhannah Ltd, a specialist online footwear retailer, announces its exclusive new range of ladies wellies for 2010 and the company's plans for the winter.
Online PR News – 06-August-2010 – – Just in time for some of the biggest and best music festivals to come this summer, Evercreatures wellies are now available in seven new designs.
Three of the new designs were produced as a result of a significant number of customer requests. These designs include a colourful rainbow boot to brighten up any grey day, the farmer's favorite cow print welly and a ditsy red and white polka dot welly.
Next, a delicate yellow and blue floral design, stripey dogs for the dog walkers, horses for mucking out the horses and a cheery chicken print for the gardeners.
Emily Todd comments, "Many of our customers are dog walkers and gardeners and our new range was designed with them in mind".
Four of the new designs (the chickens, horses, dogs and the red and white polka dots) were made in a tall and also a short, mid calf length boot.
Hannah Petty comments, "Our shortie wellies were a real hit right from the start when we only had two different designs so we are really pleased to add four new designs to the range.
The shorter wellies are great because they suit young people, people with wider calves and being lighter and easier to put on and take off, more people are wearing wellies than would have before".
Emilyhannah Ltd have been trading since 2004, supplying plain coloured and patterned wellington boots for women, men and children. The company introduces new designs every year, restocking the best sellers and discontinuing the not so popular styles.
Due to such as a dry an lovely long summer this year, Emilyhannah Ltd are preparing for another snowy winter.
Emily Todd comments, "One of our aims this winter is to keep people's feet dry and warm. Wellies worn on their own can be pretty chilly in the cold weather so we are looking into some cosy socks an warmers to keep everybody's feet nice and toastie!"
Available in UK sizes three to nine, the Evercreatures 2010 range cost £32 a pair plus postage and packaging to anywhere in the world.