Carol Smillie’s Winter Warmer
Last updated at 12:21, Friday, 03 October 2008
Great Scot! Carol Smillie knows you can’t bear Edinburgh Woollen Mill for cosy, affordable fashion . . .
Cosy up to autumn style without torturing the budget in Edinburgh Woollen Mill’s latest collection of affordable fashion – bang on trend for the new season.
Jewelled colours bring any wardrobe up to date and brighten even the darkest winter days with warmth, wearability and a look that signals a cut above the run of the high street.
Once again Carol Smillie, model mum at 46, is the face of EWM’s distinctively stylish 2008 autumn/winter collection.
Classic tailoring leads the way, of course, with well cut high-waisted flannel trousers which have featured in the collections of all the major fashion houses this autumn.
Combined with a sassy waistcoat and sheer tie necked blouse, an effortlessly elegant look is complete.
Checks get sexy with new vibrant plaids running through a stunning collection of skirts and jackets with edgy asymmetric collars and vibrant colourways. Compliment the look with luxury award winning cashmere sweaters – for which EWM is renowned.
Add a little drama to any evening with a sumptuous velvet coat or a richly embellished cardigan over a fabulously flattering dress in floaty fabric to lift the mood over the party season.
The range is enhanced with truly scrumptious accessories. Luxurious leather gloves in delicious colours, elegant costume jewellery that won’t break the bank, beautiful bags and fabulous scarves in touchable fabrics to add a finishing flourish to any outfit.
With so much affordable style on offer this season there has rarely been a better time to check out EWM’s local stores. There’s also the chance to shop online at www.ewm.co.uk to add a touch of glamour to that essential winter wardrobe.
First published at 11:59, Friday, 03 October 2008
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk
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