Every so often a Marks and Spencer buy comes along that inspires a big reaction.
This week, it's a chunky knit from the Marks and Spencer spring collection, that will look perfect with your favourite jeans. The Cable Knit V-Neck Cropped Cardigan will set you back £29.50 and as well as looking great with jeans, its crop fit makes it the knitwear piece perfect for layering over dresses.
The Marks and Spencer cardigan comes in four colour ways; cream, pistachio, charcoal and very pink.
The Marks and Spencer fashion influencer team have taken to Instagram to show off their latest piece from the collection.
@marksandspencer_dominique called the cardigan a "great addition to my spring wardrobe". She said, "Like I said before this is definitely my favourite colour out of the four! It’s a great addition to my Spring wardrobe and an easy way to keep warm and add a pop of colour into my outfit!" ⠀
While @marksandspencer_charlotte wrote, 'Stacked rings & a star necklace add a boho feel to a very easy look'.
@marksandspencer_sam also teamed the look with 'MOM' jeans and statement jewellery.
You can shop the Cable Knit V-Neck Cropped Cardigan HERE
With the changing seasons, cardigans are a great way to keep out the cold without compromising on style.
And shoppers on the Marks and Spencer website agree it's a great investment piece for the coming months.
'I've been looking for a cardigan for a while and this fits the bill, lovely and warm,' wrote one shopper.
While another said, 'Very pleased with this cardigan fits well, warm and is ideal for wear over sleeveless dresses be nice in some more colours.'
We'll be investing in one in each colour... Happy shopping!
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