Get a full look from Marks and Spencer for under £100

With the news that fashion stores could soon be reopening, we can't wait to get out and shop at some of our favourite high street stores.

Until then however, we will happily make do with the world wide web to satisfy our shopping cravings.

As the weather heats up, we can't wait to switch into our summer wardrobe, so it's time to tuck away those sweatshirts and cast off your loungewear for altogether more summery attire.

We've raided some of our favourite high street stores to pull together a full look from one brand for under £100, because we are here to make shopping easier for you.

This video shows you how to pull a full look together from everyone's high street favourite; Marks and Spencer.

This retail giant has something for everyone and of course, the prices are great too.

This look we have pulled together is super versatile and the shirt, jeans and shoes come in to complete the look at under £100.

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The Jeans:

Light coloured jeans are always a big trend for the summer and these slightly cropped, cream, wide leg denim jeans are perfect for the warmer months.

And being jeans, they can pair up with so many other tops you have in your wardrobe already, making them a great investment buy.

Jeans, was £25 now £12, Marks and Spencer

The Shirt:

This shirt is such a striking colour and the boxy silhouette fits perfectly with the trend of looser and more androgynous shapes that is so in right now. The delicate and subtle detailing makes this piece look far pricier than it really is.

You can also wear this in cooler months by wearing it layered over a roll neck and with darker washed jeans.

Shirt, was £45 now £36, Marks and Spencer

The Shoes:

There's been a real push towards towards artisan detailing for the last couple of seasons and this woven fabric on the shoes really plays into that look, again making these block heels look expensive, but with the comfort and design from Marks and Spencer's that you can trust. This neutral hue also ensures that they will go with nearly everything!

Shoes, was £29.50 now £14.50, Marks and Spencer

Get ready for the summer in under £100, simple.


Videographer: Luke John Smith

Photographer: Euan Danks

Stylist: Michelle Darlow

Stylist Assistant: Megan Rees

Hair and Make Up: Caroline Piasecki using Skyn Iceland

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