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Westie Girl Goes Wild

Westie Girl Goes Wild



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Media Release 26th June 2008


WESTIE GIRL GOES WILD


Ruby Collection 02 08 brings in some much needed colour with our little Westie girl out in the elements mixing it in with the big cosy coats and woolen tights; sweet pretty transitional pieces pull winter back into life.

Muted greys and denims tone together with hits of colour, bright red hearts and pink roses over cosy crew neck jumpers all coming together with hand knitted woolen hats and chunky Doc boots.

Little leaves scatter like confetti over the Smokin' Pipe Mini Dress in rich red and deep blue, tucking perfectly into the chambray high waisted Winter Skirt and combating the cold breezes with long sleeves and layers.

Keeping its fun, easy signature style Ruby has some key pieces that are a must have for the winter wardrobe.

www.rubynz.co.nz


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