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Fashion Blogger Wins GBP 500 Next Vouchers in Winter Wardrobe Competition

LEICESTER, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 11/07/12 -- Fashion blogger Rhiannon Ashlee of fashionrocksmysocks.com has won GBP 500 Next vouchers by styling her favourite Winter pieces from Next. The Next Winter Wardrobe competition, hosted by fashion and lifestyle blogger Amy Low of amyantoinette.com, asked bloggers to style their favourite winter knitwear, party dresses, shoes and accessories ready for winter days and Christmas parties.

Rhiannon Ashlee chose to style three different looks, Boyish Charms, Fabulous In Fur and Casual Comfort. Amy explained: "I loved the variety in Rhiannon's mood boards, showcasing three very different looks with accompanying style notes on how to wear the trends."

For the first look, Boyish Charms, Rhiannon showcased high waisted berry trousers worn with black braces, a perfect white shirt and navy jacket with leather look trim. "The androgynous look is all about the perfect balance between masculine and feminine, so don't be afraid to try out the more tailored look because at the end of the day you can still add as little or as much of your feminine touch as you like." She continued, "I love these high waisted trousers as they give off a really classy vibe and is a different take on the average suit trouser. Heeled loafers are perfect for this look because they're a wonderful take on the classic men's loafer."

The second look Fabulous In Fur teamed a little black dress with a statement faux fur coat for a glamorous party look. The look was completed by a simple black shoe boot with silver buckle. Lastly, Casual Comfort was all about incorporating catwalk with comfort. "Any form of khaki jacket, whether it be a parka or army jacket, is a key piece for AW12 so style it with a classic pair of black skinny jeans and a warm jumper."

Packed with catwalk inspired fashion, this season Next has the best in women's, men's and children's trends - with stylish clothing for the coming season being showcased in stores and online. Love what you see? To enjoy the AW12 and Christmas collections, click onto at next.co.uk for new arrivals for the coming season.

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About NEXT...

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.

NEXT's exclusive collections are now available at over 400 stores throughout the UK, ONLINE at NEXT.CO.UK and through NEXT DIRECTORY (0844 844 8000)

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