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NEXT's winter childrenswear collection
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Nov '11
British lifestyle brand Next have launched all new childrenswear winter lines to their already well-liked AW 2011 collection. Perfect for newborns, toddlers and boys and girls up to 16, the new additions are set to keep children warm whilst staying cool and stylish, without the designer price tag.

With almost 500 UK stores and online already having hundreds of children's clothes and shoes for autumn days, the new additions means kids can wrap up warm in fashion they'll love. With fantastic reviews from Next customers, including practical parents, the next delivery promise means shoppers can receive their order the next day if placed before 9pm*.

For girls, this season is all about quirky knitted jumpers, character bobble hats and embellished sequin detail jersey tops. Knitted leg warmers and stripy tights are also a new arrival which Next outfit ideas suggest are worn with must-have leather boots, snow boots or Hunter wellies. For that extra layer of warmth, children's quilted onesies can be found in trendy prints and bold bright colours.

Boys fashionable arrivals include more shades of coloured denim and chinos as well as fairisle sweaters and baseball jackets. The Next denim shop also has various fits of both boys' and girls' jeans which look fantastic with sparkly Hello Kitty tops or fun Star Wars sweatshirts.

As a fashion favourite for childrenswear, Next also have a popular range of homeware such as children's bedroom furniture, exciting bedding collections and shelving solutions. One of the bestsellers of the season for girls' is a vintage rose ruffle duvet teamed with white furniture and for the boys, a Lego alarm clock and yellow digger lamp.

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