Boutique Fashion Buyer, Debbie Lindfield gives you a preview of this season’s new ranges now in the Boutique.

Yest, with its quirky designs and reasonable prices, has proved to be a huge success with our guests.

The first autumn collection features pretty floral print dresses, contemporary swirl design, tunic tops with lime and olive green knitwear to layer up. Soft drape and semi sweetheart necklines make this a flattering collection suiting everyone.

Fransa, as versatile as ever, is our most popular range of separates. The first collection of the season consists of silky chiffon fabrics in subtle shades of terracotta and ink animal print ruffle front dresses and loose long tops.  These look great over jeans or trousers, layered with a vest top or belted to accentuate the waist. To finish add a bright red scarf softly draped at the neck. Perfect.

Lauren Vidal is always a favourite with those of us that adore texture and quirky shapes!  Lightweight knits perfect for early autumn,  in rich shades of plum and midnight blue with subtle stone/khaki beaded detail, wear loose over  a long skirt or jeans or dress up and belt the longer rib tunics – finish with semi opaque tights and a pair of Red Foot ballet pumps.

Oui, a classic favourite at Ragdale introduce rich tabac and dark navy floral print shirts, ‘Chanel’ look box cardigans to wear with belted chino’s as the first step into autumn. To follow in early August are vibrant shades of magenta, fuchsia and deep purple printed knitwear and silk tops to sit with a smart straight leg trouser or pencil skirt.  Dresses play a huge role in this season’s fashion trends. Shapes always to flatter with soft sweeping necklines, waist draping and 3/4 sleeves, watch out for many more in some of our other fashion collections.

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