New clothes have arrived from locked supermarkets – and fortunately, grocery giants have aggressively boosted their fashion credentials in response.
When stores reopen on April 12th, is Morrisons, Asta, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Tesco and Marks & Spencer now on a trend enough to bypass High Street?
It is time to choose your tribe.
Jess Evans can help you choose and combine those six retailers with uniforms against our high-street heroes.
ASDA V NEW LOOK
Jess says: There is not much difference in quality between these animal-print garments, so the supermarket clothing comes in first, which is 99 11.99 cheaper.
But you can opt for high street leather for a softer feel in both the jacket and boots.
V Oasis of Sainsbury’s
Jess says: The Oasis skirt felt thicker and gave a stronger A-line shape.
The supermarket version is less. High-street boots are fitted around the ankles. Overall, the Oasis version inspired it.
Tesco v Asos
Jess says: Jumper dresses are a big trend and suitable for this tricky time of the year, the weather can not make up its mind.
Pair with tights on cold days and when the sun comes out, stick with coaches, sandals or boots.
M&S V Next
Jess says: The price and quality are similar to these two looks.
The only big difference is the handbag – the next version is cheaper and polyester, while the Marks & Spencer one is twice as expensive, but 100 percent leather.
Aldi v Sarah
Jess says: Zara’s clothing is a bit smarter in quality and style than the Aldi version, but more than twice the price.
Both dresses are 100 percent cotton and feel equally soft, so I think you can get good clothes from both.
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MORRISONS V WAREHOUSE
Jess says: Morrisons’ two-piece set comes in at £ 28, making the high-street version go up in price drastically.
The warehouse tracksuit is a bit soft and fluffy, but the same look is only part of the cost in the supermarket.
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