F&F loungewear is the ultimate collection to keep you looking and feeling good in and out the comfort of your own home and it looks like shoppers agree because the brand has now sold 152,625 units in an impressive 3 weeks – that’s a whopping £1.9M worth.
So, what’s so good about it?
Well, firstly the collection involves mixing & matching knitwear; which leads to the creation of endless combinations that merge the lines between daywear, nightwear and outerwear. That means more wardrobe mileage and less worries when you shrink one of them in the wash.
Then there’s a colour choice for everyone including charcoal grey, pretty pink, buttery cream and of course – black!
Don’t even get us started on the different variation of styles designed to flatter your figure including sweatshirts, zip-up hoodies, pullovers, flared leg trousers and skinny tapered legs too.
They pretty much work for any occasion from getting on a plane to getting more popcorn from the cupboard for a Christmas film binge. Needless to say we want them all, in every shape and every colour.
If all that wasn’t enough, the purse-friendly prices (starting from £10) and the fact that you can pick them up easily on your Tesco supermarket shop or at the click of a button online at Next, means you don’t need to break the bank or a sweat to get your hands on a set of your own.
Black Friday deal alert!
From 21st-25th November F&F at Tesco are running 25% off all clothing ranges meaning you’ll actually save even more – what a bargain!
Perfect for Christmas pressies or a gift from you to you – we’re predicting a sell out with this line so be sure to get your hands on some soon.
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Millie Gooch worked at woman&home as a fashion writer and stylist and has worked on numerous shoots for the brand. As a freelance journalist, Millie has written for a range of publications, including, ELLE, Stylist, the BBC, and the Evening Standard.
Millie is also the founder of Sober Girl Society, an online collective of women who don’t drink alcohol. Millie's debut non-fiction book, The Sober Girl Society Handbook, is a bestselling manual to navigating life as a young and sober woman. Millie gave up alcohol back in February 2018 and has since dedicated her career to changing perceptions around sobriety.
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