Last week, the fashion world started to get seriously excited about Marks & Spencer’s autumn/winter 2015 collection, and although we can’t get our hands on these amazing goodies just yet, the store is getting us all excited about it’s current collection by hosting a flash two day sale.
With 20% off selected lines until tomorrow at midnight only, it doesn’t give you long to decide which pieces in M&S’s amazing collection to choose from so we are here to help you out. Here are the top bargain buys that you won’t regret investing in after wearing them all summer long.
Garden party perfection but floaty enough to keep you cool when you’re out dining in Ibiza, this lovely dragonfly-print maxi is the ultimate summer dress for 2015 and at less than £40 for two days only – it’s a no brainer buy!
Top handled totes are the celebrity bag of choice this season and M&S’s amazing yellow number is an absolute find. Also coming in a lovely lilac, this cute bag has a strap if you want it to work as a satchel. Making anything vaguely wintery pop, this pastel piece is a dream. Team with everything.
When it comes to picking summer sandals, Marks have a serious selection to tempt you. From bejewelled strappies to suede slip ons, it’s tough to pick a favourite pair. But in terms of your wear per item quota, we think the perfect choice would be these cult lace-up flatties which would literally go with anything.
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And for working those summer leathers, you have to check out this amazing pastel blue leather biker – which you will save almost £50 on today! An investment piece for sure, but this cover-up will see you through the whole summer in effortless style. Whether teamed with jeans and trainers or thrown over your printed maxi, this is how to make a statement in the sun!
And hey just remember, the more you spend, the more you save! Thanks M&S for curing our Monday blues! For more from the high street heavyweight, make sure to check out TheFashionDrop.
By Amy de Klerk