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All about: Life is Good clothing

New England-based clothing brand, Life is Good, was founded in 1989 by brothers Bert and John Jacobs. This popular brand remains close to its roots, still placing a strong emphasis on simplicity, humour and humility. Their slogan is on the "optimistic clothing and accessories for truly inspired people". This article will talk on this clothing brand.

Facts about Life is Good clothing

The Life is Good clothing began over twenty years ago, with the Jacobs brothers selling t-shirts in the streets of Boston and door-to-door in college dormitories across the East Coast. There are regular Life is Good festivals and even the Life is Good Kids foundation. Life is Good clothing The Life is Good brand produces a wide range of clothing for men, women, babies and children, including the following: tops, sweatshirts, jackets, bottoms, sleepwear, caps, winter head-wear, scarves and socks. They also sell products for specific activities, whether your interest be camping & hiking, music, fishing, running, biking, skiing, snowboarding, golf, tennis, yoga, team sports or travel. Life is Good product range In addition to Life is Good hats and t-shirts and other different clothing items, the Life is Good brand have everything that you need for a happy dog, including dog bowls, beds and toys, as well as leads and collars. There are also multiple home-ware items available, such as mugs, towels, blankets and stationery and fun items for the beach, including plush toys.

Save money on Life is Good clothing

Given the difficult current financial climate, many of us are looking for ways to reduce the cost of home-ware essentials and clothing. If you want to find cheaper Life is Good clothes, it is well worth checking out secure websites, such as Amazon and Ebay for multiple special offers. Find affordable Life is Good clothing online It is quick and convenient to shop for affordable clothing from the Life is Good brand online, with many sites offering huge discounts and clearance prices. Here are some examples of where to save on Life is Good clothes: Retail Me Not (coupon codes, promotional offers), Smarter Deal UK (reduced stock), Charlies Fairies UK (for new and second-hand t-shirts), Price Grabber.com (for up to 70% off clothing) and Edge of the World UK (for the latest designs at clearance prices).

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