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Win £50 to spend on Laura Ashley’s Gorgeous New Girlswear Collection [closed]

Laura Ashley Girlswear Collection - SpringBack by popular demand, Laura Ashley’s collection of gorgeous and smart girlswear puts an end to your young lady’s wardrobe blues.

How often have you looked at your own range of stylish, easy –to-wear dresses and separates and wished that something similarly tasteful and pretty existed, in miniature form, on the High Street for your daughter?

Laura Ashley are thrilled to be launching a new range of fresh, fun and distinctive girlswear for Spring/ Summer 2011 and, just as you’d expect from Laura Ashley, the collection features plenty of nostalgia and whimsy with a strong contemporary twist.

Designed for girls aged 2 up to 8, gone will be those mornings of “I don’t want to wear that!” battles – these are clothes that your daughter will love to wear, and that you will love her to wear. Vibrant and beautiful – just like your daughters – these pieces are the ones that will stand out in photo moments and be treasured in memories for years to come.

Two main themes – Beach Hut and Summer House – will form this season’s collection, each of which will be further broken down into two colour palettes; pastel candy shades for spring deepening into more vibrant hues as summer reaches its height.

The collection features lots of the all-over print for which Laura Ashley is renowned – think spots, stripes, florals – and motifs that smack of summer days: typical seaside imagery, like shells, starfish and fish, as well as garden party-style images of cupcakes, fruits and butterflies. Because the collection is designed specifically for the way that you and your family live in mind, there are a handful of dresses which would be ideal for a summer event, like a party or wedding, as well as plenty of separates, including t-shirts, hooded cardigans, leggings, tiered skirts and cargo trousers – perfect for park and play.

Win £50 to spend on Laura Ashley Girlswear Collection

Spring Collection – launching February 2011

The Beach Hut Story features lots of smartly classic red white and blue, with eye catchingly pretty pops of grass green and strawberry pink. Typical seaside motifs are layered against fresh stripes and jaunty spots by way of appliqué and embroidery. Colour blocking is a key trend for SS11 and this also features in the collection. Summer House is inspired by the English garden and lazy picnics – pretty, feminine and whimsical, with soft shades of cupcake pink, lime green, aqua, raspberry and white. Contrast bows and embroidery add interest and texture.

Laura Ashley Girlswear Summer CollectionSummer Collection – launching April 2011

This half of the Beach Hut story still retains many of the elements of the Spring part of the collection, but draws on high summer for inspiration, with shades reminiscent of candy and cones, and motifs drawn from long sunny days of building sandcastles and splashing in rockpools: ice creams, lollypops, flip flops, buckets and spades.

More vibrant colours and bolder prints are the keynote of this part of the Summer House collection, with pieces that burst with joy of warm weather and outside play. Raspberry pink and lime still feature but are given extra zing with bright violet and apple green, while birds also feature as a motif and the fresh, crisp appearance of gingham comes into play.

Affordably priced and beautifully conceived and made, Laura Ashley’s girlswear collection is exactly the stuff that childhood should be made of –fun, bright, pretty, fabulously girlish and fashionable yet still childlike and tasteful.

Laura Ashley’s new Girlswear Collection is available online from February 14th 2011 on www.lauraashley.com.

Girlswear will be available in 35 selected stores* as of 21st February and the free gift with purchase will be offered from 23rd to 25th, to coincide with February half term.

Our competition has now closed, and the £50 gift voucher will go to Dalek999! Congratulations, and enjoy choosing an outfit!

Many thanks to Laura Ashley for providing the details and the vouchers!

Written by Janis P.

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  1. I’d take my DD on a bear hunt in our local park (teddy bear hiding in the woods) followed by a warming hot chocolate at D&D’s cafe.

  2. I would take my wee girl to france, we are going there on holiday in march going to show the french us brits can be stylish too!

  3. I would take my daughter to her best friends birthday party ,so she could show off to all her friends her wounderful new outfit

  4. Dressed in all those yummy colours, I would have to find a nice seaside location with beach huts where we could paddle, eat Neopolitan ice cream and take lots of photographs. Girls only, of course, we would not want the boys splashing around!

  5. I would take her to soft play for the morning,so she would feel special in her new clothes then out for a picnic in the park:)

  6. The clothes are great but we would have to go shopping for shoes and maybe a new bag, we would then go somewhere nice for lunch and she would have the biggest ice cream dessert on the menu, – liking on facebook 🙂

  7. I would let my darling daughter wear her outfit for her birthday party. She would have a beautiful outfit to match her beautiful face 🙂

  8. Not having a little girl I’d have to give it to my 5yr old sons little girlfriend.
    They both went to a valentines disco last week and spent the whole night dancing around with each other, it was so cute. So I think I would take them both out for a nice romantic meal together.

  9. My ideal trip out with my little one to show off the clothes would be afternoon tea somewhere special, my daughter however would probably rather run through the park jumping in puddles !!

  10. AS IT’S HALF TERM, I WOULD TAKE HER TO LONDON FASHION WEEK TO SEE THE FABULOUS FASHIONS AND SHE CAN WEAR THIS ALSO WHILE VISITING THE BOUTIQUES IN LONDON.

  11. My daughter is 2 and my 3rd child. I would take her to the church to get Christened in her new outfit as if I won her one, I would then have to book the date!! Poor neglected 3rd child, her eldest brother was christened by 5 months, her middle brother was christened by 15 months, but poor old Tallulah hasn’t even got the date booked (bad Mummy alert!)

  12. I’d take my little girl Evie for a girlie lunch at our favourite tea shop, where they sell the most delicious cupcakes and hot chocolate with whipped cram and mallows. Then we’d walk home via the park and watch the ducks and swans.

  13. I’d take my granddaughter to Pets Corner as she loves animals, then we’d walk through the park, stopping to feed the ducks and end up at the ice-cream parlour.

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