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Autumn/Winter Hosiery Grail by Italian brand Oroblù
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Aug '11
Oroblu currently holds all styles from fashion legwear including ribbed, knitted, lace, metallic, printed, leather and legwarmer styles, to classic opaque's (in 40 colourways), sheers, socks and knee high styles.

Oroblù's range has every party, occasion and eventuality catered for, closely mirroring all of the above catwalk styles while delivering wearable, stylish and playful leg fashion.

Warm, autumnal colours set the scene for AW11. Rich burgundy, aubergine, grape, chocolate, monochromes and deep red hues with splashes of turquoise, petrol and bright red form Oroblù's colour palette. There is a shade to complement every mood, trend and outfit.

Oroblu's Exclusive Mode collection embraces the elegance of dressing up with its range of Sheers - a key trend for AW11. In true Oroblù style, sheer tights are given an update with floral embroidery, patterns, stripes, spots and sparkling detail. The Homespun Trend takes a lead this AW11, which is catered to in Oroblù's directional Soft Touch collection. The range of knitted legwarmers, ribbed tights, arm warmers, knee highs, over the knees, leggings and socks are a wardrobe essential and are key to embracing the layering trend.

Oroblù's Hit Parade collection features Graphic animal prints, Argyle patterns and tartans with splashes of metalics, leather inserts and jewel sequins, making a striking fashion statement. Textures, tones and contrasting colours complete this season's hottest look for the confident and experimental fashionistas.

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