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Sunny side up: We take a look at top summer styles

Maureen Coleman checks out what's hot for summer at Heatons

Published 01/06/2015

Jumpsuit, £16
Jumpsuit, £16
Jumper, £18, shorts, £18
Kaftan, £15, shorts, £12, vest, £4
Maxi dress, £22.50
Vest, £10.23, trousers, £15
Jeans, £16, jacket, £25, vest, £7.98
Dress, £9.73

Department store Heatons is welcoming in summer with a new season collection of affordable women's wear online and in-store.

The versatile summer range combines must-have fashion, footwear and beautiful bags at incredible prices. With swimwear from £5, dresses from £10 and bags from £13, Heatons is the go-to destination for style-savvy women looking for effortless summer fashion that won't break the bank.

The collection includes comfortable and stylish options for every day summer wear, created in bright colours, styled in tropical themes and fashioned on fabrics for the warmer weather ahead.

Whether you are enjoying lunch al fresco or strolling on the beach, Heatons' new women's range offers nautical, tropical and Seventies influenced trends that will help you update your wardrobe effortlessly this season, taking inspiration from three summer stories: New Wave, Tropical Resort and Festival.

Blending classical nautical tones with updated prints, bursts of citrus colours and boho chic, summer style is achievable in this new collection.

For more information, check online at www.heatonsstores.com

Belfast Telegraph

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