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Email Monks: Ultimate Fashion Store Free Responsive Template

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With half of email opens occurring on mobile in 2015, having responsive emails is vital to your marketing success. If your company is in need of a responsive template or just looking for a new mobile-friendly layout to add variety to its mailing strategy, look no further.

We’ve teamed up with Email Monks to bring you this Ultimate Fashion Store free responsive template.

If you already have an account with us or are a community member, you already have access to this template in our resources section! Simply log in and navigate to the resource center in the left navigation bar. If at any point you have issues with the download, contact our support team!

Template details

Email Monks specialize in email design and coding to develop well-crafted, highly visual emails and landing pages. Working with 2,000+ global brands including Disney, National Geographic and Oracle, they help email marketers improve their ROI with intricate, mobile-friendly campaigns.

In our collaboration with Email Monks, they coded a beautiful, responsive email template, which includes:

  • An easily customizable layout for your branding needs.
  • Multiple two and three column layout blocks to choose from.
  • 16 different content blocks total.
  • Bulletproof buttons that hold their shape.
  • Two media query breakpoints, at 480px and 650px, to tailor content for tablets and phones.
  • A header with text and a button over a background image, which has been built to work with even the peskiest client (we're looking at you, Outlook).

The template was thoroughly tested in the most popular inboxes with Email on Acid’s testing platform.

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About the Author

Mallory Mongeon

Mallory Mongeon

Mallory hails from Minnesota and earned her bachelor's degree in corporate communications from Elon University. The voice behind our email campaigns and social media channels, Mallory uses her background in research- and metrics-driven marketing strategies to inform her blogs on the non-technical aspects of email marketing.

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I liked your post. You shared amazing template for responsive design. Thank you so much for this post!
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Thanks for the template! It's great. But, when testing in Outlook (desktop) the background image doesn't show up...
Hey Justine,

I hope you're well. We ran this template through our platform on Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 &2013; and the background image was showing up for us:

Please give our support a shout if you are still seeing these issues.
Mallory Mongeon
Hi Mallory,
Thanks for responding. Is there a way for me to send you a screen shot? It's in Outlook 2010 that it isn't showing up and also on Any thoughts?
Hi Justine,

That seems odd. What I would recommend is running the test again or reprocessing those specific screenshots in your test results.

If you are still seeing issues, you can absolutely send us a screenshot or a link to your shared test. You will want to send it to helpdesk [at]

Let me know if I can offer any further assistance!
Mallory Mongeon
How does this template render on the Gmail APP? Does the text wrap correctly?
Hi Sara,

I tested twice in Android 4.4.4 and I get a blank screen
Hi Sara,
The email renders well on Android 4.4.4. You can see an example of how it looks in our shared test, here:
Geoff Phillips
Also the buttons are not rounded in Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 &2013;. There should be small rounded images at the corners, in tables, to create the buttons. For this reason I would not use border-radius in emails..
I've fixed the first yellow button to look rounded in all email clients including Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 &2013;:

Here is the source code for the button:

You can apply it to all the other buttons.
For Gmail app, this would scale the desktop view. Since wrapping text is bit yet to be evaluated option for Gmail, not all design templates would support that. Plus adding MSO code would add up number of lines in the code as well. So this would scale desktop view well.

For rounded corners, lotus does not support that solution. So we can either cut corners as images if needed, but then the color change feature would be difficult.
Ravi EmailMonks
It looks perfect in Lotus and the corners are rounded, as long as you use tables and not border-radius.
Here are the test results in Lotus:
Good template though. Thank you!

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