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Next winter style for men
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Nov '11
Fashion retailer Next have completed their AW11 collection with the latest winter additions to men's clothing, shoes and outerwear. From luxury knitwear to ski accessories, the new arrivals encompass effortless style teamed with great quality and value for money.

With the popular range of autumnal menswear already being enjoyed by shoppers in up to 500 Next stores, online and on iPad and iPhone apps, more on-trend lines have been added to beat the temperature drop. The hundreds of well-reviewed winter outfit ideas also promise next day delivery when ordered before 9pm.

Coming in 100% lambswool, men's knitwear has a great quality collection of V-neck and crew neck jumpers in various key colours, which can look smart with a shirt or be dressed down with a pair of men's jeans. The new season also has braces, quilted jackets and flat caps that can be teamed with a pair of brogue shoes or Chelsea boots for the latest heritage look.

As well as coats and footwear, Next have newly arrived selections of skiwear and ski accessories. Perfect for ski holidays or a white Christmas, there are knitted fairisle accessories, earwarmers, NX Sport ski socks, snoods and thermal layers. What's more, casual G-Star Raw hats, scarves and gloves join the other brands from Next such as Superdry, Converse, Diesel and Hunter.

Next's men's winterwear also have a selection of knitwear, trousers, coats and jackets in their longer and larger range. Designed to fit the broader and taller frames, knitwear and coats up to 4XL, trousers with 46" waist and 37" inside leg and shirts can be bought with a larger collar or longer sleeve are reviewed by customers as both stylish and comfortable.

NEXT, established 1982, is a leading British brand offering stylish clothes and accessories for all the family - plus beautiful home furnishings too. Distinguished by its commitment to great design, quality and value, NEXT is today's go-to label for everything from tailoring and dresses to jeans and shoes.

Next Group PLC

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