I’m a fan of supermarket clothing – Tesco does some fine bits and pieces at a reasonable cost. They have great sales, and quite often full priced items will go into the sales very quickly. Delivery is free if you spend over £50, returns are also free (via Royal Mail), refunds are processed quickly and you earn Clubcard points on your purchases (which you can then spend on “free” food at restaurants like Café Rouge, Bella Italia and Zizzi).
One failing that comes to mind though is the styling. It really doesn’t make the most of the items in many cases, so it can be a case of take a risk, try it at home and maybe unearth a gem.
Following on from yesterday’s smugness around my new leopard print shoes, here are some more bargains that I bagged from the Tesco F&F sale.
Camo print half shirt dress (£12, reduced from £25)
Charcoal draped cardigan (£8, reduced from £16)
Maxi shirt (£12, reduced from £18) – needless to say I will not be wearing mine like this!
Black crochet sleeve shell top (£9 reduced from £16)
Surely the worst styling on the whole of the site – palazzo pants that don’t touch the ground with slim heel shoes; no, no, NO! (£9 reduced from £18)
The palazzo pants and maxi shirt have 70s written all over them; dare I say that, if styled more appropriately, there’d be no need to put them in the sale…
Here’s my pick of the rest of the site – more stripes and leopard print amongst other things.
I may just have to order that fedora…purely in the interests of research of course…