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Fashionably late: Try Next's online ordering service

Now, you can order online at Next or from its directory anytime before midnight and get free next day delivery. Helen Carson reports

Published 28/09/2015

Jacket, £75, sweater, £32, skirt, £40, belt, £14, necklace, £14
Jacket, £75, sweater, £32, skirt, £40, belt, £14, necklace, £14
Blouse, £42, skirt, £26, shoes, £40
Cardigan, £38, boots model’s own
Shirt, £30, skirt, £20, boots, £20
Top, £36, skirt, £20, bag, £20
Jacket, £100, top, £36, skirt, £20, bag, £20, boots, £38-40
Blouse, £28, skirt, £20, bag, £20, shoes, £35, belt, £14

Next has set the fashion stakes high this year with its uber-stylish range of gorgeous autumn/winter wear, featuring some of the latest catwalk trends, from gorgeous bell-sleeved blouses to figure-hugging skirts and smart, sassy suits.

And, in a fashion scoop for the Belfast Telegraph, we have exclusive pictures of Next's newest collections.

And to help you get your hands on the season's hottest new trends, the UK's top online retailer has improved its delivery service to Northern Ireland.

The seven-day-a-week service will be available whether you shop at or from the Next Directory. Plus, now you can order anytime before midnight and your delivery will be with you the next day for free.

So whether you are updating your autumn/winter wardrobe, giving your home a makeover or snapping up any Christmas gifts, there is no need to rush your choice.

Next, which has 15 stores in Northern Ireland, is offering free next-day delivery on all orders above £60, or you can collect your latest fashion finds from the nearest store - also free of charge.

This incredible new service means there is no excuse not to be channelling some of the biggest trends to hit the high street in time for winter.

As Next also hosts lots of new brands too, such as Jigsaw, Mint Velvet and Stella McCartney lingerie, you are spoilt for choice.

Visit to see the latest collections

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