When you buy a piece of Marks & Spencer clothing, you can usually guarantee that you're buying a quality item that will last.
So it comes as no surprise to learn that one of their staple wardrobe items has proven to be one of their most popular items - ever.
Marks & Spencer's Everywear Trousers are the brand's fastest selling trouser style ever. The retailer has confirmed that a huge 200,000 pairs have been sold since it launched - showing just how popular the item is.
The simple, cigarette style design and slimming, fitted silhouette mean that the trousers are the perfect option for almost any occasion.
The stretchy fabric and three different lengths also means that the trousers look great on every shape and size.
The trousers continue to be a favourite with M&S fans, and the online reviews are certainly glowing.
One happy customer wrote, 'I really like these trousers. They are comfortable and a good fit. They have a small split at the outside centre bottom of each leg which is a nice detail.'
While another agreed, writing, 'Perfect fit and very comfortable.'
In fact, the trousers are so popular they've been given a 4/5 rating on the Marks & Spencer website.
M&S's popular style is available in a range of colours too, to suit every eventuality. If you want to keep your outfit neutral, the trousers are available in black, navy, and blue.
Or if you prefer to add a touch of excitement to your look, M&S also offer a variety of different colours and styles.There are striped and chequered pairs on offer, and if you fancy a pop of colour you can buy the trousers in bright blue or mustard too.
The Everywear Trousers are priced from just £29.50, so it's no wonder that they're going down well.Some styles however cost slightly more, at £35 - although that's still a bargain in our book.
So will you be buying a pair?
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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