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Beat the chill in Next's hottest women's winterwear
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Nov '11
Next are excited to launch the latest winter additions to their 2011 women's collection. From statement coats to fairisle print knitwear, the new arrivals include beautifully made catwalk inspired pieces brimming with great quality and value for money.

The global fashion chain has already had their well-reviewed AW11 selections out in the shops and online in time for the new fashion season. However, as the weather grows colder, more and more capes, snow boots and faux fur gilets have crept into the Next collection.

The Next women's dresses range has now grown to include knitted sweater dresses with cable knit textures and nautical stripes, coming in luxury fabrics such as lambswool and cashmere. Lipsy London's Winter Shop at Next has also welcomed additions of animal print faux fur coats and wool macs as well as coordinating pom pom hats, scarves, trapper hats, snoods gloves and faux fur ear muffs.

Along with these glamorous goodies, complete the look with women's boots from Next's popular Boot Room at next.co.uk. Whatever winter look ladies want to go for, Next's full range of AW11 boots means they can mix high fashion with practicality. For those you are favouring the heritage trend, women's riding boots and Chelsea boots look great worn with the latest quilted jackets.

Get Christmas sparkle whilst staying warm with Next's embellished women's knitwear, with black and gold sequin stripe jumpers and glittery cable sweaters. Wear with great fitting jeans from the women's denim shop or Next's range of chinos and cords. For an on-trend look, the fashion retailer also have a great selection of ladies coloured jeans in greens, blues, mustard and burgundy.

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.

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