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Peacocks go wild for winter; unleashes fierce trend
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Aug '11
From 80s-rocker leopard print leggings through to high-heeled glamour in imitation snake skin shoes, there is certainly nothing tame about Peacocks' fresh and funky fashion statements this season. As faux fur stoles and tiger stripe stilettos graced the catwalks during the A/W showdowns in Paris, New York, London and Milan, Peacocks were busy bringing the season's hottest trend to the high street with a series of fashionable and affordable statement pieces in time for the new season.

The new range includes cosy knits embellished with winter wolf designs, a selection of funky footwear designs in a variety of prints and colours and this season's statement skirt - the pencil - in snow leopard print fabric. With a healthy dose of Amazon glamour and generous splash of jungle fever, this latest inspiring collection from Peacocks is a fearless revival of a classic trend.

The range caters for those fashion victims who dare to drape themselves from head to toe in the fierce new trend as well as classic dressers looking to add an edge to their look with simple touches such as animal print belt or a bold pair of heels.

With fabulous new pieces available from as little as GBP14, fashionistas of all budgets are invited to build themselves a wild new wardrobe ahead of the winter months.

Peacocks is part of The Peacock Group who also own Bonmarche. Peacocks has over 550 stores in the UK and employs over 5,000 people. It also has over 100 outlets in 20 countries including the Middle East, Russia, Serbia and Ukraine.

The Peacock Group has a long history - the first Peacock store opened in Warrington in 1884. The early 1990s saw dramatic growth and the company floated on the London stock exchange in December 1999.

Peacocks has been recognised externally winning awards such as Drapers Value Footwear Retailer of the year 2006 and Best Value Retailer of the Year 2005.

The Peacock Group


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