Move over Penneys, Tesco clothing is quickly upping their game! I popped into Tesco the other day for a plastic hairband (don’t ask) and came out with a bag full of clothing. I couldn’t believe the amount of really fashionable clothes, mostly hitting the semi casual/workwear market.
Are you looking for jeans that don’t cost a fortune but rdon’t scrimp on quality? I got two pairs, I’m a 9 (awkward!) I got a size 8 in the khaki (a little tight but loosened with wear) and a size 10 blue ripped pair (on the loose side after a few wears, but super comfortable) so I would say the sizing is pretty true, but I always suggest trying things on, as you just never know. The jeans cost me €26 each and were definitely worth it, I will buy more f and f jeans as the ripped blue pair really remind me of a Topshop pair I already own – and that’s not a bad comparison!
I’m addicted to oversized comfortable jumpers (I’m wearing it above with the blue jeans) It’s definitely a comfort jumper, warm, cosy and oversized, it’s priced at €18. It has washed well so I’ve high hopes for longevity.
This Khaki shirt dress is perfect for work. It comes to just above the knee, has a draw string in the mid section to emphasis the waist, and gorgeous gold detailing. It’s €28.
By far my favourite purchase from Tesco clothing were these boots, they are a dark brown tan Chelsea boot, really versatile, they go with jeans, dresses, skirts. A great buy for €25. I haven’t taken them off my feet since I purchased and that’s a great sign.
There were so many other bits that stood out in Tesco, the blouses, shirts and workwear trousers looked fab and felt like good quality. I still love Penneys, don’t get me wrong, but paying an extra few euro for better quality in Tesco can sometimes be the better option, especially for workwear.
Hope you enjoyed this post, and that you will browse around the clothes section next time you’re in Tesco.
Aoife and Louise x