With Dancing on Ice celebrities Brooke Vincent, Candice Brown, Cheryl Baker, Jake Quickenham and Stephanie Waring all being snapped training in their customised kit ahead of the new series this weekend, Two Birds London, have high hopes for 2018.
The fast-growing, creative company designs and sells a range of striking practice wear and stunning competition costumes that not only offer skaters the comfort, flexibility and warmth that is needed from clothes when spending hours on the ice, but tick all the style boxes too.
Gorgeous fitted jackets and over-boot leggings, as worn by the skating celebrities, are made from super soft Italian performance sports fabric, are fleece lined, have moisture wicking properties and an antibacterial coating which is the perfect combination for skaters. The addition of piping and rhinestone customisation gives the garments the bespoke, glamourous edge that’s synonymous with the show, and the sport in general.
Shirley Goodgroves, Two Birds London, said, “We’re really excited about Dancing on Ice coming back to ITV and have been delighted with the feedback the celebrities have given our clothes. As skaters ourselves, we know only too well that when you spend hours training and performing, you can get cold and need to wear breathable layers that are functional, easy to wash, long lasting but look really good too.
Stephanie Waring commented, “I wear them every training session – they give me the freedom to move but also keep me warm and the sparkle is fantastic!”
Shirley added, “It would be fantastic if Dancing on Ice inspires people to get their skates on in 2018 and we hope they will come to Two Birds London to buy the kit that the stars love to wear.
Two Birds London also sells accessories including water bottles, garment and glitter bags, jewellery and keyrings so a complete branded look can be achieved with this one company.
Notes to Editors
Two Birds London was founded in 2015 and offers a wide variety of performance clothing across a range of different sports including ice skating, gymnastics and cheer leading.
Clothing and accessories can be customized, offering wearers a totally bespoke look at a reasonable and competitive price. The business has quickly evolved from occasional sales at ice rinks to selling online and gifting to celebrity skaters prior to Dancing on Ice 2018.
For more details and information about the products, go to www.twobirdslondon.co.uk
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