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M&S has solved a problem loads of us will be facing after lockdown.
Millions of Brits have spent the duration of the coronavirus lockdown wearing the comfiest garments in their wardrobe.
Which means the idea of going back to wearing jeans every day might sound a little daunting.
Luckily, the Magic Shaping High Waisted jeans from M&S have received so many rave reviews from shoppers who have made them their denim-wear of choice.
The super soft and stretchy straight leg jeans sculpt your figure and hug you in the right places without being restrictive.
They come black, soft white and two shades of indigo, so they are the ideal staple for so many classic looks.
The £39.50 denim trousers use ‘tummy flattering technology’ to shape your silhouette while the no-gape waistband promises to fit perfectly to your waist.
M&S has been praised by fans for another option in its Magic Shaping range too.
The high street favourite’s Magic Shaping High Waisted leggings are receiving a tsunami of five star reviews from very happy customers, thanks to their bargain price tag and their impressive figure sculpting abilities.
Forget cheap leggings that show your underwear outline and highlight bits of your body you’d rather they didn’t – these will be your new go-to when it comes to comfy and casual.
‘What amazing leggings these are! The fit is perfect, they are so comfortable, perfect for both – working from home and going for a hike. Not see through at all, the material is very good quality and they make by butt look so good,’ one review says.
‘Good fit and they look smart. Nice to find leggings with a nice deep waistband and decent quality and weight, can be worn with short tops and I don’t get the feeling that I’ve forgotten to put trousers on,’ applauds another.