M&S is a great place to pick up a bargain, even when the clothes in question are full price.
So when we hear they're planning a 50% off sale, it's debit cards at the ready. The M&S sale started a few days ago and there are still some great bargains to be had, from a stylish sun hat for £10 to the comfy statement trousers that will go with just about anything, on sale for a teeny £14
Trawling through sale items online can be a little time consuming, so we've rounded up our favourite pieces to peruse at your leisure. See you at the checkout...
What are the best pieces from the M&S sale this summer?
The fit-and-flare lace occasion dress, £32.50
We can't quite believe what a steal this beautiful lace dress is. Available in black or bright orange, it's the perfect thing for warm summer nights.
The weave flower mules, £20
We feel as if we're on holiday just looking at these pretty woven mules. Plus, they're made with insolia Flex to ensure feet are supported from morning through until evening.
The candy-green straight-leg trousers, £19
Perfect for work or leisure, these high-waisted trousers were designed to flatter.
The statement jumpsuit, £37
We love this bold printed jumpsuit! So versatile, you could wear with sandals, wedges, trainers or heels, for a feminine, stylish look.
The ultimate statement trousers, £14
These stylish ankle grazers scream effortlessly cool style. out of. Made from a satin-style fabric with an invisible side zip - comfy, practical and
Stripy sun hat, £10
Team with oversized sunnies and a colourful maxi for a summer ready look.
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