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Next adds new lines of dresses to women's collection
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Aug '12
British fashion brand Next have added new lines of dresses to their women’s collections. Whether you're looking for that little black dress or a gorgeous maxi, get the look this season with this beautiful dress collection from Next.

Whatever your style, make your own fashion statement with our gorgeous and glam women's dresses as well as ever popular Lipsy London party dresses and the Lipsy VIP collection as modelled by Millie Mackintosh.

From that inspired vintage and lace dresses to that figure flattering red dress, browse our easy-to-use menus to find the perfect outfit for the occasion. Always a wardrobe essential, dresses at Next mix this catwalk inspiration with beautiful textures, comfort and functionality; so you can love wearing your new outfit again and again and again.

Luxe reworks seventies influences, showcasing ladylike and super glamorous dresses and smart boxy handbags. Whilst Modern Twist evokes memories of 60's French Cafe Society with sophisticated tailored dresses and coordinating jackets.

You'll also love the feminine Pretty Folk collection, which embraces floral patterns and beautiful crocheted textures. So what are you waiting for? Simply select your style, shade and size, as well as our coordinating shoes and accessory suggestions, and be wearing your gorgeous brand new dress tomorrow.

Brimming with catwalk inspired fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest women’s trends. As well as stylish clothing for women, men and children there are also other great ranges being showcased in stores and online. Love what you see? To enjoy the AW12 collections, click onto at next.co.uk for new arrivals for the coming season.

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