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Next unveils true British style & eccentricity range
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May '12
Fashion retailer Next has launched the latest additions of British brand Joules to their range of designers online. Crafted with true British style and eccentricity, Joules has men's and women's gilets, wellies and rugby shirts. This season Joules showcases a fantastic range of floral women's summer dresses, denim shorts and polo shirts, stylish fine check shirts, buttoned sweatshirts, quilted jackets and chino trousers.

For the women, there is an array of striped rugby shirts which mix style, excellent quality and elegance with a love of the great outdoors. Mix it up with a Joules Cowdray shirt and quilted jacket for a chic, country loving look. Or for day-to-night and summer party dresses, shop the tunics and tea dresses with the Joules signature floral print or charming polkadot.

Men can be on trend too with an essential Burbank men's gilet layered up with a polo shirt and jeans. Or for a smarter look, the range online at Next has an appliqué Joules Fine Check Shirt with contrast chambray inner cuff and placket detail. Not to mention Joules Mariner cotton twill trousers in classic beige.

Brimming with catwalk inspired fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest summer trends. As well as selections from the latest Joules collection, there are also other great ranges of brands to discover online at next.co.uk. Love what you see? To enjoy the SS12 collections, click onto at next.co.uk for stylish summer arrivals.

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