There are a few wardrobe essentials in life - a trusty pair of jeans, a good set of high heels, and a cosy jumper that's become your go-to for cold, rainy days.
And for many of us women, a t-shirt features highly on that list of must-haves.
A t-shirt is the perfect, versatile piece of clothing, pairing equally as well with jeans as it does with a midi skirt, or even under a dress.
But often, finding a t-shirt with the right cut and fit on the high street can be tricky. So luckily, Marks & Spencer are here to help.
The high-street store announced on their Instagram yesterday that they had improved the fit of four of their t-shirts from their basics collection; The Relaxed, The Fitted, The Straight, and The Regular.
The Relaxed t-shirt is a slouchy fit, meaning it'll work well for any chilled-out summer outfits you have planned. At £6.50, it's available in 12 different colours, so you're bound to find one you like too.
The Fitted t-shirt does what is says on the tin, and costs just £4.50, the most affordable of the lot. You can buy it HERE.
Next up, The Straight t-shirt is a classic, sophisticated cut. It also costs £4.50, and you can buy it HERE.
And finally, the Regular fit, with a boat-neck (Meghan Markle's favourite) and mid-length sleeves, is one of M&S's best-selling, and ensures a slimming shape that fits to the contours of your body. Like the Relaxed, it's also on sale for £6.50, and comes in six different colours.
Giving tips on how to style the Regular fit, M&S said, 'We love the style paired with these striped straight leg trousers and a colour pop bag.'
Each of the t-shirts are available in sizes 6 - 24 too.
M&S customers seemed keen to get their hands on the newly updated tees, with one saying on Instagram, 'Love your basics tee range! My favourite! ❤️
While another commented, 'Just ordered 3! Lovely colours and has a really nice drape.', and a fourth said, 'Really pleased with the relaxed it’s a great fit 👍😊'.
So which will you be purchasing?
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Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.
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