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Win NEW BRAND: INTRODUCING LEMON JELLY BOOTS @ country attire

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Found 19th Apr
PRODUCT: Boots
PERIOD: Once
NEW BRAND: INTRODUCING LEMON JELLY.

LEMON JELLY
New to Country Attire, we are delighted to welcome Lemon Jelly to our eclectic range of brands. Part of the Procalçado company who has over 40 years experience in the footwear industry, Lemon Jelly launched in 2013 and is a brand who designs, develops and produces all their products in Portugal, offering technical designs with exceptional attention to detail. Known as a vibrant and fun-loving footwear brand that produces colourful, exciting and bright boots, Lemon Jelly gain all of their inspiration from the simplest pleasures and the best things in life with the hope of bring joy to their customers. The brand was created by a group of creative minds who fused all of their fun ideas together, considering aspects such as colours, flavours and scents. Keeping to their brand identity, the footwear offered has a distinctive Lemon Jelly scent, offering you a truly unique product.

Country Attire now stock the Ascot range by Lemon Jelly. Designed with many great qualities, today's editorial will show you the different Chelsea boots in this dynamic product range and we will be giving one reader the chance to win a pair from our website to celebrate the introduction of this new brand. Correctly answer the question at the bottom of the page for your chance to win.

WIN A PAIR OF LEMON JELLY BOOTS

Which country are Lemon Jelly boots designed, developed and produced in?

Spain
Portugal>>>>>>>>>My Answer
Italy

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Muito obrigado ao nosso muito bom amigo adrian mas sabendo a minha sorte se eu usava botas de geléia eles iriam derreter

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