Adventuring with Breton Shirt Co: Where to Wear Your Shirt this Spring

Now Christmas expenditure is well and truly out of the way (and January’s pay day is almost upon us), it’s time to turn our attention to holiday plans. The best kind of plans if you ask us. And whether you’re planning a staycation or a trip to a far-flung destination on your ‘Bucket List’, your Breton shirt will prove a go-to garment.

Come rain or shine and every other climate in between, your trusty Breton tee is made for all kinds of adventures. So, join us now as we take a whistlestop tour around some of our favourite places to visit…

For Afternoon Tea on a Double Decker Bus (London, UK)

True, it's hard to know what the weather will be doing on a spring break to London, but that's the beauty of hopping onboard a traditional red, double decker bus. 

Many of them now serve afternoon tea too - what better way to take in the sights? Don't forget your favourite Breton shirt. If you don't yet have a favourite, may we recommend the iconic 'Red' Navy Breton shirt?

Amongst the Cherry Blossom (Tokyo, Japan)

There is no better time to visit Tokyo than springtime. So, don your go-to Breton shirt and frolic amongst the pink-hued cherry blossom. Trust us, there's nowhere else you'd rather be.

We reckon the Breton Rose will be the perfect addition to your outfit, when  strolling around a park or garden.  

On the Dazzling Las Vegas Strip (Las Vegas, Nevada)

Las Vegas is the place to be if you crave the bright lights from a big and bold city such as this.

Visit in springtime, though, and the temperature won't be too stifling - you can expect to enjoy an average of 22 degrees in March, the perfect temp for a short-sleeved Breton shirt. We think you'll love our Le T-Shirt just as much as we do - find it via the link above.

On the Champs-Élysées (Paris, France)


A stylish shirt deserves to be be treated to a visit to arguably one of the most stylish streets in Europe - maybe even the world.

Paris' Champs-Élysées, home to Arc de Triomphe - is also a shopper's heaven. Indeed, even the name portrays paradise.

French for 'Elysian Fields' - a paradise in Greek mythology - the famous street is the perfect place to explore when visiting Gay Paris. What to wear? It must be The Original Breton Shirt, really. Head here to view it.

On a Boat on Lake Windermere (Cumbria, UK)

It may be cold, it may even be windy, but your Breton shirt will more than look the part on a boating trip on Lake Windemere. You'll want to opt for a long-sleeved number, for sure, like the Breton Aqua Blue.

Where will you be wearing your Breton shirt this spring? Your trusty striped number is just as at home in a rural setting as it is in a bustling city. The possibilities are endless, so get ready to pack your bags!

Until next time...

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