Getting shirty

The blouse is a staple item in every woman’s winter wardrobe this season. The bigger, the better so choose the voluminous version and then wear it with wide leg trousers to create show stopping style in an instant.

Pretty dresses featuring floral prints amid a backdrop of forest colours are another winner for winter, according to the Simply fashion catalogue which caters for sizes 14 to 32.

These dresses are ideal worn with leggings, opaque tights or over skinny jeans and with shoes in the hottest colour of the season - red.

Purple and black continue to be top colours. The latter features in a lot of tops with detail such as trims, sequins and fringes being big fashion news.

To achieve an uptown girl image opt for a black shift dress with smart tailoring and clean lines. A beret is perfect to complete the look. This ensemble is ideal as a shift dress on its own for evening or give daytime dressing a little get up and go.

A kaftan is a stylish way of covering up. Wear it with turned-up boot leg wool trousers and be guaranteed it will take you from daytime to partytime with panache.

Coats not only keep out winter chills, they can also make a powerful fashion statement. This year brighter is better with cream coats being top of the list. Team it with on-trend looks such as leather gloves, bag and hat and of course, the must-have shoe boot.

If you want to incorporate an ethnic look into your wardrobe choose layered prints, chunky knits and straight leg jeans with boot shoes. This brings three looks together which creates the Folktales trend, a great mix and match choice for winter.

* For futher information or to obtain a catalogue log onto or telephone (01 ) 8824260.


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