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NEXT's Christmas Partywear collection
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Nov '11
Global fashion retailer NEXT has launched their fashionably festive children's partywear collection in time for Christmas and New Year's Eve parties. From boy's suits to girl's party dresses in newborn sizes to age 16, this year's selections mix key trends with hardwearing practicality. The already well-reviewed range can also be delivered to your door the next day when ordered before 9pm.*

Perfect for parties, girls will love NEXT's colourful tutus and prom dresses with sequins, beads, bows and corsage detailing. Finishing the look is a wide range of shoes including ballerina pumps, glittery brogues, pretty patent boots and floral sandals. For a more casual Christmas outfit, fairisle jumpers, pink jeans and sequin detailed accessories look fantastic, along with fun printed woolly tights.

Boys' trends include preppy check shirts, knitted tanktops, cheeky printed tops and smart skinny jeans. For a more formal look, NEXT have an adorable range of boys' suits, waistcoats and tiny bowties. Parents can keep their little ones extra warm with the range of coats, wellies and festive knitwear such as penguin bobble hats and snowflake print sets.

Other favourite additions include "Santa Stop Here" bedsets, wooden advent calendars, Christmas stockings and strings of festive fairy lights that look great with NEXT's childrens bedroom furniture. As always, Next has a popular range of children's nightwear and slippers ready for chilly Christmas evenings. Not to mention partywear for all the family including dazzling women's party dresses and suave men's suits.

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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