Emma Willis unveils new spring collection with Next

Ruth Doherty
Photo credit: Next

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Emma Willis
has shared some highlights from her new spring clothing collection with Next - and we want it all.

The range just landed online and is choc-a-block with gorgeous goodies, from statement animal-print swimsuits to glamorous shirt dress, suits-you tailoring, and leg-lengthening heels.

It's Emma's sixth collection with comfortable, relaxed pieces in sizes 6-22. Beachwear such as crop tops, tunics, swimsuits and bikinis are included alongside dresses and jumpsuits, skirts and suits. The 50+ pieces range from striking black to vivid blues and reds, including polka dots, leopard, and kimono-style prints.

Photo credit: Next

Emma says: “I would say my favourite pieces in this collection are surprisingly all the dresses. I honestly think we’ve nailed it. They’re really easy to wear, really versatile, you can wear them to work or out to drinks, they cover up in all the right places. I am for the first time in my life saying that dresses are my favourite bit.”

The collection was shot on location in Mauritius and oozes easy breezy summer vibes.

Emma shared some highlights from the shoot on her Instagram page, writing: "Throwback to delicious Mauritius, casual jeep poses✌😝 and quite possibly my favourite @nextofficial collection yet! Full of colour as we head into Spring ☀ Swipe across for a lil sneak peek."

We're loving the selection of swimwear, and think this one-shouldered swimsuit, which comes in on-trend leopard print or statement red, strikes the perfect balance between functional and fashionable.

We're crushing all over the red shirt maxidress with a pretty pink flower-print, which looks designer without the hefty price tag.

Our eyes are also popping out over the absolutely gorgeous 70s-style wide-leg jeans. Influences from the 70s are huge this season, and double denim is also on the fashion agenda, so be sure to snap up the matching jacket, too.

In fact, we'll probably just take one of everything...

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