Here at woman&home, we love a stylish M&S buy.
From the best figure-flattering summer dresses, to the latest celebrity (or even royal) inspired buy, we're always on the look out for the latest M&S bargain - and it looks like we've found it with these Marks & Spencer sandals.
This pair of classic summer sandals and come in an array of prints and colours, from a jewel green to fashion-forward white (which will look great with a sun tan!) The sandals also come in tan, neutral and gold and - despite being just £25 - are made from real leather.
On theMarks & Spencer site, the brand wrote, 'Perfect for keeping your style fresh and cool in warmer weather, these women’s sliders feature a chic cut-out detail and elegant stitching for a standout look.
'An understated sole keeps things simple and classic, making these women’s shoes a breeze to pair with all your favourite looks.'
And fans couldn't agree more, already raving about the comfy flats.
'Love these sandals. I bought the green & will be getting the other colours. Great style, comfortable and such a good price.'
Another happy customer wrote, 'I purchased these in tan as I can coordinate with my clothing. I have narrow feet and these were perfect for me.
'The style and quality are good although I would also like these in classic black and perhaps half sizes too.'
Wear yours with a summer dress for a smart-casual BBQ look, or with some straight-leg trousers and a summer blouse around the office.
If you want a pair of these Marks & Spencer sandals for yourself - you better be quick - as we predict a sell-out of these comfy summer staples.
Lauren is deputy editor at woman&home.com in the UK and became a journalist mainly because she enjoys being nosy. With a background in features journalism, Lauren has worked on the woman&home brand for four years. Before woman&home Lauren worked across a variety of women's lifestyle titles, including GoodTo, Woman's Own, and Woman magazine. After starting out working for a local paper in Yorkshire, her journalism career took her to Bristol where she hunted out stories for national papers and magazines at Medavia news agency, before landing a job in London working as a lifestyle assistant.
Lauren loves helping people share their stories, bringing experiences to life online, honing her interview techniques with everyone from authors to celebrities, headteachers to local heroes. As well as having a good nose for a story, Lauren has a passion for the English language and years of experience optimizing digital content to reach the widest audience possible. During her time at w&h, Lauren has worked on big brand campaigns like the Amazing Women Awards and assisted in developing w&h expert-approved Buyer's Guides—the place to go if you're looking to splash out on an important purchase and want some trusted advice. In addition to her journalism career, Lauren also has a background in copywriting for prestigious brands such as Inhabit Hotel, eco-development K'in in Tulum, social enterprise The Goldfinger Factory and leading London architect Holland Harvey, using language in all its glorious forms, from detailed guidebooks to snappy social content.
A big fan of adventure, Lauren is also a keen travel writer and loves sharing tips on where to find the best places to eat, drink, and be merry off the beaten track. Lauren has written a series of travel guides for London hotels and loves sharing her insights into a destination's cultural and culinary offerings. If you need a recommendation on any UK destination, she's more than happy to help. At the weekend, you'll usually find her hanging out with her pet cat (or anyone else's pet she can get her hands on), escaping to the countryside, or devouring a good book.
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