Dorothy Perkins A/W 2016 Style Heroes

For A/W16, Dorothy Perkins has created 9 Style Heroes to help guide you through the season and ensure you have all the hottest trends covered.

Red Check Pinny Dress

The ultimate in versatility, the Pinny dress can be worn with a polo and tights during the colder months or on its own for a sixties take on a summer look. Check out this post for tips on how you can wear the pinny dress three different ways.

Stripe Contrast Shirt

Forever the wardrobe classic, this season they are made extra special with bold colours, exclusive prints and trim detailing.

Grey Floral Embroidered Sweat

Adopt a more casual attitude with a sports-luxe sweat. Detailing gives this staple a fun and stylish twist.

Navy Stripe 2-in-1 Jumper

The new season is all about creating layered looks. Build your wardrobe around clever pieces like this 2-in-1 jumper.

Indigo Fly Front 'Lyla' High-Waisted Tube Pants

The high-waisted jean is a classic shape that will help elongate your legs and create a sleek silhouette. For A/W16, it is updated with new washes and treatments offering an alternative to the classic blue jean.

Navy Short Panelled Jacket

Having a resurgence this Autumn/ Winter season is the padded jacket. Streamlined and stylish, it is an essential for your winter wardrobe.

The Ultimate Bomber Jacket Khaki

The Bomber is a key silhouette for A/W16. Go for heavy-weight fabrics for warmth or a silky style for an evening out. 

Rose Gold Cady Lace-Up Trainers

The trainer has had an upgrade for this season using new fabrics such as velvet and metallic colouring. Pair with a pinny for a sporty summer look.

Burgundy 'Ariana' Velvet Boots

The classic ankle boot has had an elegant update. The added block heels and higher top creates a flattering, leg lengthening effect.

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Dorothy Perkins is owned and operated by Robinsons Specialty Stores, Inc., a subsidiary of Robinsons Retails Holdings, Inc. In Cebu, Dorothy Perkins is located at 1/F Paseo Ciudad, Ayala Center and 1/F Robinsons Galleria.

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