Celebrity Dress Sense - Cheryl Cole Animal Print and Katie Holmes Maxi Style

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Bringing animal print from the jungle to the city for all you fashionistas out there!

TFNC Miu Miu Animal Print Dress and Abandon Maxi Dress, also available in Red

Animal print will add an element of punk to your outfit and make you stand out from the crowd.

It’s a huge trend in summer dresses for 2010 and has been seen all over the hottest designers’ catwalks from Vivienne West-wood, Dolce & Gabbana, and Diane von Furstenberg. Animal print will add an element of punk to your outfit and make you stand out from the crowd.

Why not make a statement and be queen of the jungle like Cheryl Cole in this TFNC at USC leopard print dress for only £39! With its sweetheart neckline and pleats you will be spot-on trend! Other celebrities that have been spotted following the animal print trend include Sienna Miller, Fearne Cotton and Rachel Bilson.

Katie Holmes was seen rocking the maxi dress trend on the red carpet with husband Tom Cruise at The National Movie Awards in London. Maxi dresses and nautical inspired features are both huge this summer. So why not mix the two trends up just like Katie Holmes.

Get the look for less with this stunning Abandon maxi dress priced at only £40. Dress it up with a pair of killer heels and down with some classic gladiator sandals and a pair of aviators to finish off the look.

Notes to Editors:
For press information, images, and samples please contact Paige or Laura at Bright Light PR on 0207 385 1222 or email laura(at)brightlightpr(dot)co(dot)uk

With an 18 year history in retail, USC is a premier destination for branded clothing, footwear and accessories. Catering for fashion savvy men and women throughout the UK. To view the full collection please go to http://www.usc.co.uk

Abandon designs are available from http://www.usc.co.uk and other stockists nationwide.

Photo available at Splash

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