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Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Next Christmas 2012

Normally, seeing Christmas trees, baubles and Winter knits would seem crazy in the middle of Summer. But with our recent up and down weather, I'm actually welcoming Christmas. Whilst the short days fill me with dread, the reliably cold temperatures mean we know what to wear. Next's 2012 Christmas collection sees classic prints, jewelled designs and chunky coats and jumpers hit our wardrobes. Faux fur collars and capes are Winter warmers whilst sparkly sequinned numbers are perfect for the office party. 

One of the best things about Winter is snuggling inside a thick jumper or cosy coat. Whether you're into classic colours or quirky prints - there's a look for everyone. 

Shirts are a classic staple for any wardrobe, and these embellishments of studs and pearls add a twist to the timeless piece. 

A 'wow' jacket can transform a plain tee or bordering on boring boadroom suit. This fresh floral one brings Spring florals straight through to Autumn/Winter 2012.

Rock a printed tailor trouser or glam it up in leather look leggings. 

With everyone rushing to pop on collar, why not purchase a piece with one already on? 

Sheers, lace and mesh were big gameplayers this Christmas and it's the quickest way to add some luxury into your wardrobe. 

Jewels, glitter and sequins are expected come party season and these don't disappoint. Black, gold, white, charcoal and this season's hot colour plum are your go-to shades. 

  Feathers, tassels and glitz and glam are the order for Christmas shoes. Studs, rivets and mesh toughen up the usually pretty pairs. 

 Whether you fan neutrals over prints, the causal accessories are just as bold and bright for Christmas. 

My favourites from the collection were the white and back studded collar shirts - guaranteed to be best sellers!


1 comment:

  1. Yay Christmas is coming this makes me happy. Next does the best homeware :)



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