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Yuletide yummy: make your Christmas dreams come true

From party dresses to slinky nightwear, Heatons could make your Christmas wishes come true

By Helen Carson

Published 14/12/2015

Nightgown, £12, bra, £7, brief, £4
Nightgown, £12, bra, £7, brief, £4
Dress, £20
Body suit, £13
Dress, £25
Dress, £25
Top, £10, skirt, model’s own
Top, £10, clutch, £12
Dress, £20
Nightgown, £12, bra, £7 brief, £3

Tis the season to sparkle with dazzling dress, pretty prom skirts and bejewelled top from Heatons. The department store, which has 10 outlets province-wide, is also en vogue for its affordable fashion ranges.

And this year is no exception, with two capsule collections; Classic Christmas and Sparkle Christmas.

Focusing on festive colours such as red, black and cream, Classic Christmas presents a demure and sophisticated look.

Key items include a stunning black ruffle dress for £25, or a show-stopping lace prom dress for £20.

Meanwhile, Sparkle Christmas will glam up your party wardrobe with its seasonal tones of gold, nude and black, with dashes of sequins and glitz, with a must-have sequin top, £18, and lurex A-line skirts, £16.

Look out for Heatons' gorgeous slinky nightwear - which looks like designer wear without the hefty price tag.

As Heatons has 10 stores here; Bangor, Armagh, Cookstown, Coleraine, Downpatrick, Enniskillen, Lurgan, Newtownabbey, Omagh and Strabane, there is no reason not to get some Yuletide bling on.


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