Are you ready for Marks and Spencer Black Friday? Stay one step ahead with our guide to the best bits from M&S right now. Fingers crossed they go into sale...
It may only be October, but the Black Friday fever is causing a buzz in the LOOK office, as we start scheming exactly how to get the most out of this year’s big shopping extravaganza.
Unsurprisingly, our sights are firmly set on Marks & Spencer’s Black Friday deals as we are looking for any excuse plausible to shop the entirety of its range right now.
If like us, you’re fighting the urge to splurge, we’ve narrowed down our must-have pieces so you know exactly what you need to buy when Black Friday swings around. You’re very welcome….
Patent boots are to winter what Bardot tops are to summer. They’re just… necessary. These are the ultimate classic pair, plus the block heel means they’re comfy enough to wear round the clock.
A super cute checked skirt for under £30? As if! Anything that channels Clueless vibes instantly has our seal of approval, and as an added incentive, kilts were on the runway, too. We’ll be channelling Tod’s AW16 catrwalk and pairing with a slouchy sweater and knee-high boots.
Don’t judge us when we say we have more jumpers than we do underwear, and we have no desire to stop buying them any time soon.
This abstract take on leopard has us obsessed, particularly as this piece is so easy to wear with basically everything. This has winter staple written all over it.
You don’t need us to tell you (again) that velvet is literally everywhere. On dresses, shoes, trousers, tops… and now, this bag. Not only that, but oversized buckles have become a stand-out detail recently, making this a double hitter.
It also comes in three shades – bronze, animal print and black. One in every colour, please!
Fashion’s preoccupation with the East translated to many a high street floral print this season, but this is one of the best we’ve seen.
The cut is super flattering, and also makes this dress smart enough to wear to work and glam enough to rock for drinks after hours.
By Catherine Delves