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Next showcases maternity & newborn clothing collections
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May '12
British lifestyle brand Next showcase their maternity and newborn clothing collections for mother and baby. From up-to-the-minute maternity dresses to great fitting jeans, look and feel gorgeous during your pregnancy with style inspired maternity wear.

Designed with comfort and catwalk inspiration in mind, the Next maternity range has clothes spanning from tops and blouses to skirts and shorts. Maternity bras, tights and nightwear also join the collection with a helpful sizing guide to pick the right styles and fits during your pregnancy.

For summer days, cool beach dresses are joined by stylish but feet friendly shoes with coordinating lightweight knitwear and on-trend accessories.

The newborn clothing ranges and bedroom collections are also a great help towards getting all your baby essentials. From baby boys' bedding to your little girls first pair of shoes, the array of pretty pinks, pastel blues and soft whites is joined by a summer palette of ice cream pinks, lime greens and seaside blues.

For their first bedroom, Next's design suggestions and helpful customer ratings and reviews mean you can transform any living area into a baby friendly space in your favourite style.

Brimming with ladies maternity fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest summer trends. As well as selections from the latest maternity collections, there are also other great ladies ranges 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.

NEXT, established 1982, is a leading British brand offering stylish clothes and accessories for all the family - plus beautiful home furnishings too.

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