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Next releases latest knitwear trends for this winter
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Nov '12
British brand Next incorporates the latest knitwear trends for your winter wardrobe. Whether you're looking for a luxurious lambswool cardigan, fairisle jumper or a tartan check cape, be prepared for the chill whilst staying stylish with the latest women's knitwear. With fashion favourites including animal motifs, dip dye, studded embellishments, lace stitching and speckled yarns; shop the latest trends throughout lightweight, transitional and chunky knitwear.

It's not all jumpers and cardigans either - beautifully designed shrugs, snood sweaters, knitted dresses and ponchos for women explore old school British style as well as enchanting party looks.

Incorporating the timeless heritage trend is the classic argyle sweater in a variety of this season's colours, which look great with jeans for a casual daytime look, or for daytime glam, team a stylish jumper dress with textured leggings. Complete the look with a must-have military coat from Next's AW12 collection - a wardrobe essential this season. Coming in khaki, black, grey, navy and neutral, choose from longer fit and flare two tone styles or the casual quilted single breasted military coat.

Don't forget to explore the branded collections too, for designer knitwear from the likes of Lipsy, Superdry and Joules. Essentials for the winter chill include the adorable Lipsy Panda Jumper - coming in either ochre or indigo - as well as the Lipsy Ostrich Textured Jumper with tailored fit and super soft feel.

Brimming with catwalk inspired fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest women's, men's and children's trends - with stylish clothing for the coming season being showcased in stores and online.

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