The shirts come in three styles - there’s a feminine embroidered Irish linen and wool design which features bell sleeves and comes in two colours, one of which is embroidered with Jennifer’s Floral Lines pattern. There is also her white, 100 percent linen, shirt which features an abstract Mark Making design on the collar. Both shirts look equally well worn with jeans and trainers, with a skirt and loafers for work or with heels and tailored trousers for evening.
The fabrics in these three shirts was produced by Emblem Weavers in Co. Wexford - a company that is both expert and innovative in terms of the linen fabrics it produces and with whom Jennifer Slattery has worked for the past seven years. The garments are cut and sewn by Jennifer’s manufacturing partners in Dublin’s Portobello, meaning that every aspect of them, from design to fabric to end product, is developed in Ireland.