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Next adds exclusive summer line to 2012 collection

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May '12
British fashion brand Next has added summer exclusives to its already glowing 2012 collections for women, men and children. Think beach dresses to bikinis and graphic t-shirts to coloured leggings.

For the ladies, this season is also about power prints, pretty pastels and eye-catching Aztec designs; the new additions to the summer and holiday shop are no exception. A wardrobe essential is the return of the statement blazer with a gorgeous Dalmatian print design; team with a plain tee and coloured jeans for a quirky but casual look.

Or for beautiful beach babe appeal, think flowing maxi dresses, cute cropped denim jackets, sparkly shoes and that all important pair of oversized sunglasses.

For a laid back men's look on those lazy summer days, men will love the new additions of colour block vests, graphic t-shirts and bold Hawaiian shirts.

Not forgetting the fabulous new children's collections, with floaty floral dresses and linen skirts as well as fun and fashionable tops for the girls, and printed tshirts, coloured denim, board shorts and flip flops.

Brimming with catwalk inspired fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest summer trends. As well as selections from the latest Joules collection, there are also other great ranges of brands to discover online at next.co.uk. Love what you see? To enjoy the SS12 collections, click onto at next.co.uk for stylish summer arrivals.

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