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Littlewoods Europe unveils new autumn collection
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Jun '12
Littlewoods Europe has launched the new autumn collection with fashions for men, women, child and baby and footwear, as well as hundreds of new styles for sports and leisure wear.

New women's autumn fashions include more than 1300 new lines including coloured jeans and stunning print dresses from big brands like LoveLabel, South and Coleen.

As the second largest online clothing retailer in the UK, Littlewoods Europe, part of the Shop Direct Group, delivers to 25 European countries and to BFPO addresses. The brand new autumn collection makes it easy for those living in Europe to keep up with UK fashions and to select their chosen styles in easy UK sizes.

A spokesperson for Littlewoods Europe said: "We're really excited about the launch of this new season range, which has some fabulous designs from sought-after labels, like Goodsouls, Adidas, Lacoste, Nike in men's clothing, Resort, So Fabulous, Teatro in women's clothing, and favourites like Ladybird, Freespirit and Converse in kids' clothing.

"It's safe and easy to shop online, with familiar sizes. Our customers particularly appreciate that facility in our shoes and boots range, which has more than 500 new styles including Irregular Choice and Miss KG. Plus the added bonus is that our delivery charge is still only €5 per order, no matter what size the order."

Littlewoods Europe delivers to customers in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. Home delivery is within 10 working days with 28 days home approval guarantee.

Littlewoods Europe launched on 27th August 2009 is aimed at women who want the convenience of home delivery from one of their favourite British on-line retailers.

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