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Next offers royal fashion line for Jubilee weekend
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May '12
British fashion retailer Next have launched their royal red white and blue inspired fashion ranges ahead of the Jubilee weekend.

Whether you're planning a Jubilee party or are feeling inspired by the British heritage trend, there is a great range of ladies Union Jack maxi dresses, men's polo shirts and children's partywear.

Fantastic children's ranges also run with the Diamond Jubilee theme. Kit out the boys in British inspired t-shirts and polos in red, white and blue colours for a fab Jubilee look whilst girls will love girly prom dresses and summer accessories.

Next have also introduced a gorgeous range of handbags, shoes and accessories that compliment all outfits, as well as printed graphic t-shirts and essential denim shorts - perfect for this great summer weather.

What's more, to mark Her Majesty's glorious 60 year reign as Head of the Commonwealth and Queen Regnant, high street fashion favourites, Next, have made their own stamp on this year's Jubilee celebrations - literally! Ever wondered how many letters our royal highness has written, where she was born or the weird and wonderful gifts she has received throughout the years? Look no further than Next's Royal Jubilee stamp - The Queen in Numbers on the Next blog.

Packed full of stylish homeware and fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest summer trends. As well as selections from the latest Jubilee collection, there are also other great fashion ranges to discover online.

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