If you're anything like us, you'll love bagging a bargain - especially when the item could easily pass as a designer piece.
Picking up a piece of clothing that we know has a very similar designer look-a-like elsewhere always feels great - knowing that we can add a stylish item to our wardrobe without breaking the bank.
So you may well be delighted to hear that Tesco are selling a brilliant dupe of a designer swimsuit, for a fraction of the cost.
Within their ever-popular F&F line, the retailer have recently launched a blue and white striped swimming costume, for just £15.
And eagle-eyed fashion fans have noticed that the suit looks super-similar to one available at Matches, which costs far more, at £150.
The Solid & Striped Anne-Marie swimsuit and the Tesco costume undeniably look alike, with a matching striped print and cut.
However there are of course a few subtle differences - as the neckline on the designer swimsuit is slightly lower, making the straps slightly longer. The colours are also different blues - with the designer option a more vivid, bold light blue.
F&F's version also appears to be cut a little lower at the tops of the legs than the Solid & Striped swimming costume - which could be preferable if your legs aren't your favourite part of your body.
The Tesco swimsuit is not available online, as F&F is no longer available on the website. So if you fancy snapping up the piece for yourself, you'll need to head to your local Tesco store. But be quick - as we predict a sell-out success for this pretty summer item.
But whichever you love best, the striped design is super-stylish, and perfect for holidays, or simply spending a day in the garden during this glorious heatwave.
Plus, the striped design will help to give you a slimmer silhouette, given that the pattern is super-flattering. What more could you want when you spend a day at the beach?
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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