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Ready for Summer

The calendar might say it’s winter time, but the fashion industry has already tuned into summer. Here are our top six picks that are the wardrobe must-haves of the next season.

Boyish Contour
A new silhouette will be explored with the waist being dropped a little, reviving a vintage concept. Mini tight dresses and long flowing options take the waistline to the hips. This cut not only elongates your top half, but also hides any undesirable lumps in the area. This colour blocking piece from Tommy Hilfiger gives a sporty vibe.

Dungarees, please!
February-2014_Fashion_Forward1House of Fraser and many others are adding this iconic workwear to its spring and summer collections. The overall represents a young crowd with a free spirit. Fashion lovers may take offense for the return of this style. However, now that the option is here, turn it into something glam is a risk that all stylish girls would love
to take.

Ethnic Prints
The tribal vibe, popular in spring and summer collections, is very specific in the next season. It is represented by Aztec patterns. The clutch by M&Co, a combination of beads and threads in the colourful style, can be the cheerful element in a monochrome look.

Easygoing Walker
Pool slides are next season’s favourite footwear. Chloe introduced the style in its new collection; it seems the trend has spread to other brands. The slippers replace traditional flip-flops and add oomph to your laid-back style. The comfy shoes work equally well with a flowing dress and relaxed shorts.

LOGO MANIA
Designers have decided that it is time to use words to express their creations. Kenzo found his inspiration in the ocean, featuring prints and words that reflect sea life. Take the catwalk to the streets and voice your style.

The New Shorts
Named after the isles in the North Atlantic Ocean, this trend is called Bermuda. This Debenhams knee-length peice makes it an ideal choice for the upcoming season and for any age. The versatility is another highlight. You can wear to a casual get-together or, when paired with high heels and a suit jacket, to a business meeting.

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