Last week I shared my home highlights from Next‘s summer 2015 press day. This time I’m sharing a few of my favourite things from the fashion, accessories and children’s ranges. It was nice to come in from a cold rainy winter day and instantly enter summer, now I can’t wait to wear my summer sandals and sunglasses.
My favourite collection would have to be the bright cheerful girls clothes. There were some gorgeous floral prints, lovely soft cotton fabrics and pretty embroidered details as well as cute festival style beaded sandals. I can’t wait for them to come into shops later this year so I can pick up some bits for my little girls…
The girls colour palette features lots of yellow, aqua and pink, perfect for hot summer days playing in the garden.
I absolutely love the pretty embroidered details which featured heavily on all the childrenswear.
All ready for summer walks in pretty florals, I love the vintage look of the pretty pleats and lace detail on the pink top.
An adorable little straw bag. I know my girls love to pick up little shells at the beach and this would be perfect for gathering little treasures.
These cute jelly shoes are perfect for a babies first holiday.
My favourite colour for summer would have to be coral and there is plenty on offer at Next for the summer. Fans of novelty accessories will love the cute postcard clutch bag.
Gold also features heavily among the accessories and the jewellery has a bohemian festival feel.
I love these suede wedges which would go perfectly with some of my favourite vintage summer dresses.
There were also lots of fabulous nautical stripes as well as pastel accessories like these watches.
Straw hats and sunglasses have me longing for warmer weather.
I also really liked Next’s make-up range which included absolutely gorgeous lipsticks and super shimmery eyeshadows.
What stands out to you from the collection?
Jessica CangianoFebruary 28, 2015 at 10:58 am
Such warm, cheerful hues – what’s not to adore? It’s too bad they aren’t making those jelly shoes in grownup sizes. I think a lot of us vintage gals would flock to buy a pair if they did! 🙂