The latest Next Emma Willis collection is in stores – and this jumpsuit is a summer go-to

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Simple, chic and utilitarian, it’s the perfect neutral piece for everyday wear. 

Hot on the heels of her debut collection in March, Emma Willis has unveiled her latest collaboration with British high street retailer Next. 

The former model and TV presenter, who started working with Next a couple of years ago, has released her summer collection — a line which spans categories from swimwear to sleepwear and everything in between. The aim? To create our ultimate summer capsule wardrobe. 

The collection campaign was shot in the desert and gives us serious wanderlust vibes. And, while there are a whole host of office-ready pieces we have our eye on (think the ultimate white T-shirt and suede Western jackets), it’s the camel safari jumpsuit that really got our sartorial pulse racing. 

Jumpsuit of dreams: Emma Willis for Next

Jumpsuit, £58, Emma Willis for Next

With a simple yet chic button-up top, complete with boxy short sleeves and a flat collar trim, and wide culotte trousers that crop just above the hem, this cinch-waist jumpsuit in a neutral camel shade is the ultimate safari-ready piece.

Ideal styled with Birkenstocks during the day or with a strappy heel for evening, this jumpsuit is a total chameleon in the styling stakes — and is affordable at £58. Perfect worn on summer days in the office or throwing on to go to brunch, this jumpsuit also has maximum mileage — come autumn, simply put a chocolate brown roll neck underneath and a pair of ankle boots and you have yourself an ideal outfit for strolling in the park amongst the rusty leaves.

“It’s classic and simple and has that masculine/feminine feel, which I think is really easy to wear,” says the London-based mother of three, who no doubt loves this jumpsuit as much as we do for its throw-on vibes.

Speaking about working with Next earlier this year, Willis said: “I feel incredibly lucky to be asked to design my own range of clothing.

“It’s not something that in my wildest dreams I’d ever thought would happen but I’m so grateful that it has and that I get to work with Next.”

The inclusive range, which spans UK size six to 22, is available online.