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British brand Next launches stylish nightwear
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May '12
This season Next has the best in the latest summer nightwear trends. From slippers to matching sets in spots, stripes, pastels and prints making up the on-trend collection, shop children's, men's and women's nightwear which can all be delivered the next day if ordered online before 9pm.

Ladies can mix it up with gorgeous coordinating sleepsets such as polka dot pyjamas with a choice of coloured tops and matching slippers. With the Jubilee celebrations just around the corner, fashion favourites include the tea party inspired 100% cotton pjs as well as the London bus print vest and shorts set. The quirky designs include a stack of Union Jack, floral and red white and blue polkadot teacups, with charming stitching which reads "a nice cup of tea."

For the men, cotton basics with an on-trend twist are always a popular choice. The loungewear collections include checked woven shorts, lounge pants and granddad style tops. Fun and fashionable pyjama bottoms also include designs from Taz, Where's Wally and Family Guy. New arrivals of brilliant children's nightwear have also joined the Next online clothing collection. Shop from pretty in pink girls pjs with fluffy pink robes, or printed boys' animal pyjamas for those little monkeys. With fabulous reviews, the kids sleep sets are washable, wearable and the 100% cotton sets are great for mixing and matching throughout the week.

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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