M&S faux cashmere jumpers are back – and they’re very affordable!

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Knitwear might be the last thing on your mind in August, but we’re sure your wardrobe will thank you when the colder weather starts setting in.

If you want to stock up on autumn and winter clothing ahead of time, M&S have brought back their popular faux cashmere jumpers at a great price of just £15 each. The jumpers are from their Cashmilon collection, which is a fake (but believable) take on luxurious cashmere.

As expected from M&S, the new jumpers come in a range of trendy designs that will make you the envy of all your friends. Whether you want a simple, nude colour or to jazz it up with butterfly print, it’s all here.

If you prefer a splash of colour, shoppers can also enjoy the jumpers in a variety of block colours with no print such as red, black, blue and yellow.


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Speaking to Hello, M&S have teased that they’re planning on bringing more Cashmilon products to a store near you. A spokesperson said: “We have lots more Cashmilon coming in for Autumn/Winter 2019.”

“Last year the range performed really well. Our best-selling colour was our cornflower crew-neck, closely followed by the pale pink.

“We have a lovely modern block stripe coming in for winter. We also have a little cardigan and a curved hem funnel neck jumper coming up too.”


We're not sure when the Autumn/Winter 2019 range officially launches, but we've got our purses at the ready in anticipation. Who else is looking forward to cosy clothing?

If you’d rather not think about knitwear right now but fancy a bit of bling, M&S have released a new replica design of the Duchess of Cambridge’s engagement ring which is perfect forany formal occasion.

Shoppers can still buy the original design, or choose the newer version depending on their style preferences. Either way, it’s sure to make a statement when you need it most!

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer specialising in TV, film and lifestyle content and has written for What's On TV, GoodtoKnow and Whattowatch.com. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases. In her spare time, she writes film and television reviews for JumpCut Online and her own blog, Lucy Goes To Hollywood.