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UK fashion bloggers to style Next's S/S 2013 line
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Feb '13
Recently, Next invited 8 of the UK's top fashion and lifestyle bloggers to style their favorite pieces from their Spring/Summer 2013 fashion collections. Styling the women's ranges, there were bloggers from the likes of Coco's Tea Party, Memoir Mode, LLYMLRS, whatihearttoday, Mummy Rates It and milkteef. For the men's fashion collections, there were bloggers from Average Joe's Blog and Not So Lonely Londoners.

Ella Gregory of Coco's Tea Party styled a red printed dress with blue biker jacket, as well as a printed shirt and skinny jeans. Kylie Martin of Memoir Mode loved the floral bomber jacket as well as the pastel raffia clutch bag and geometric trousers. Michelle Hannell of Mummy Rates It wore a yellow jacket over the daisy lace top and styled a shift dress with neon statement necklace. Women's blazers were also a favourite from the SS13 collection.

Lily Melrose, who writes over at LLYMLRS, looked great in the coordinating floral blazer and cigarette pants whilst whatihearttoday author Lily Pebbles wore a monochrome textured jacket against an electric blue top. Blogger Emma Woodley brought a splash of colour to her outfits with some red studded ankle boots and a red top styled with black and white trousers.

Stuart Flatt of Average Joe's Blog wore an electric blue suit from the coloured tailoring collection - a big trend for SS13. He also wore the red men's slim fit suit with the ecru paisley print shirt and burgundy red sole brogues. For a more casual outfit, he styled a blue cable knit jumper with vintage washed chinos - completed by a navy quilted jacket.

Founder of Not So Lonely Londoners Stu Bradley wore a denim shirt over Breton strip t-shirt with slim leg chinos and a navy brogue for a laid back look. His tailored outfit was made up of grey Jacket over navy spot shirt, which were styled to smart casual effect with suede desert boots and slim blue chinos.

Watch the video to find out why these were their favourites and follow #nextonestowatch on Twitter for the latest updates. All the stylish clothes, shoes and accessories are available to buy online now from Next's Spring Summer 2013 collections.

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NEXT, established 1982, is a leading British brand offering stylish clothes and accessories for all the family - plus beautiful home furnishings too. Distinguished by its commitment to great design, quality and value, NEXT is today's go-to label for everything from tailoring and dresses to jeans and shoes.

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