I would like to introduce you to The Oxford Clothing Company and give you a taste of what you can expect from us now and in the future.
Ox Clothing, for short, is a unisex brand with no age limit….. everyone is welcome! We purposefully designed our logo in this specific shade of Polyneon pink because we thought it was the perfect colour to signify a unisex brand. With pink products now proving to be sell out items for large, successful brands, it’s no secret that pink is a clothing colour favourite for women AND men!
I have always wanted to start my own business since I started studying Business Studies in my GCSE year, then later going on to study L3 Business at The City of Oxford College. Whilst at college I also did a course at The Saïd Business School called ‘How to Start a Business’ which gave me fantastic tips on starting and running my own business. With both my grandfather (Colin) and Dad (Richard) both successful businessmen in their own right, I suppose I was always destined to run my own business, so I’ve started early. I’ve always been interested in fashion, so it was inevitable that I would start a business in the fashion sector.
Our website will grow over the next few months and if you want to get hold of one of our Ox Beanies for a Christmas present for someone special, why not log on today? The Ox Beanie is 100% designed and produced in the UK and that is what we will continue to do with all of our products in the future. The pink logo, in the centre of the black beanie, will be common to all of our products included in The Original collection.
You will see ‘The Original Collection’ develop into an outstanding, eye-catching collection of ‘must have’ products until you are rocking the full fit. You can keep up to date with Ox Clothing developments with our releases via social media on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. However, if you want to be the first to know when our product is available, then you can sign up to our e-newsletter on our website – www.oxclothing.co.uk.
We look forward to welcoming you as a customer.
– Ed Rosser, Founder, The Oxford Clothing Company