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British brand Next launches A/W maternity collection
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Aug '12
British brand Next have launched their Autumn Winter maternity collection for the coming season. Follow the latest catwalk inspired trends whilst staying cool and comfortable during your pregnancy with an array of maternity coats, jeans, blouses and knitwear.

With a brilliant selection of dresses and jumpsuits including party dresses, maxis, and tea dresses from the online maternity range, key trends include polkadot prints, Autumn florals and classic blacks. Favourite pieces from the range include the Black Spot Dress, Lace Over The Bump Skirt and the Sequin Jumper. Next also has a versatile range of stylish jeans, coming with comfortable waistband and over the bump sizes for various stages of your pregnancy.

If you are planning a nursery, make it extra special with Next's nursery furniture collections, cots and nursery bed sets. The cute collections include super easy "bed in a bag" sets with designs such as Best Friends, Little Bear and Molly & Mia. What's more, you can also get coordinating curtains, storage tubs, lampshades, rugs and wall stickers to complete the look.

Next also sell branded homeware and electricals which means you can also browse baby monitors, car seats, highchairs and pushchairs from Maclaren, Graco, Mamas & Papas and Britax - all in one simple click!

Brimming with the latest fashion, homeware, brands and electricals, Next is your one stop shop for all the family. Love what you see? To enjoy the full designer collections, click onto at next.co.uk for stylish AW12 arrivals.

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