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Urban Chic - Gear up for winter with stylish staples

Figure-flattering jeans and cute capes. Helen Carson reports

Published 14/09/2015

Jumper, £10, jeans, £18, cape, £15, hat, £10, boots, £20
Jumper, £10, jeans, £18, cape, £15, hat, £10, boots, £20
Dress, £16, bag, £14, boots, £21
Jumper, £15, jeans, £16, boots, £20
Jumper, £15, bag, £12, shoes, £16
Jumper, £15, jeans, £18, cape, £16, boots, £20
Jumper, £10, gilet, £22.50, jeans, £18, bag £9, boots, £20
Jacket, £39.50, jeans, £20, jumper, £14

Inspired by stylish city living, the new Autumn/Winter collection from Heatons combines catwalk-inspired pieces in a mixture of bright primary colours and texture heavy monochrome.

Heatons - which has 10 stores province-wide - offers affordable fashion making it the go-to destination for mums and savvy women everywhere who are looking for cosy knits, autumnal prints and must-have coats and capes.

The five key elements include True Denim, Primary Brights, Soft Allure, Tailored to Perfection, Precious Jewel and Seventies Flare alongside some stand-out items, such as a faux fur gilet, colour block cape and houndstooth dress.

Other wardrobe staples for the new season includes two-tone jumpers, versatile blouses and long tailored waistcoats, with prices from £10.

Gorgeous accessories feature, too, with everything from patent loafers to check scarves and stylish handbags.

To celebrate the launch of Heatons’ coveted new Autumn/Winter collection, six lucky readers will each win a £50 gift voucher to spend at any of the store’s 10 outlets in the province.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question:

Q: How many key elements are there to Heatons’ new fashion range?

Postcard entries to: Helen Carson, Features Department, Belfast Telegraph, 124-144 Royal Avenue, Belfast BT1 1EB. Closing date is Friday, September 18. Usual Independent News & Media rule apply.

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