The sun’s out and it feels like Spring is finally here, hooray!
We’re celebrating by checking out Next’s totally gorge new Spring collection. Chock full of seriously covetable pieces, we know exactly where we’ll be spending this month’s pay cheque. Check out the five reasons why we can’t get enough of the hottest SS15 collection to hit the high street this season.
1. The Amazing Campaign Pics
Before we even saw the actual collection, we couldn’t get over the beautiful campaign pics. Totally Pinterest-worthy, the moody seaside shots nail the awkward ‘not quite warm enough for bare legs but too hot for a Winter coat’ dressing conundrum we’re all so familiar with. It also made us want to go for a nice long coastal walk, dressed head-to-toe in Next of course.
2. You Can Actually Shop The Campaign Pieces
We’ve lost count of how many times we’ve lusted over a piece of clothing in an amazing campaign only to find out it’s not actually stocked in store. Not fun. So when we found Next’s new collection on their website, we couldnt’t contain our excitement at shopping the shirt straight from the billboard shot. Brilliant!
3. There’s Something For Everyone
From aztec print miniskirts and floral shirts to high-waisted jeans and yellow colour-pop platforms, there’s something for everyone in Next’s Spring offering. A collection that our friends love, our mum would wear and we totally adore? Now that’s some smart design.
4. There’s Serious Design Behind It
Yes, there’s the high quality basics we all expect from Next, but there’s also boundary-breaking bang on trend pieces that’ll add instant wow to your wardrobe. Whether it’s floral print shirts taking on the 70’s trend or edgy asymmetric statement necklaces, Next’s pieces make sure you stand out from the crowd without breaking a sweat.
5. It’s Incredibly Good Value
Let’s face it, when we invest in a new piece of clothing, one of the things we aim for is designer-worthy looks without the price tag. And this is where Next nails it. An attention-grabbing fringed knit you can wear with absolutely everything for £45? Yes please. What about a printed cotton wrap skirt for just £24? Yup, when we say we want everything, we’re pretty happy about the fact that we can actually afford it. Thanks Next!
By George Driver