WE ALL love Tesco, mostly for their delicious food and bargains, but next time you're doing your food shop take a look at their clothing section.
The F&F branded clothes look so chic and the new line for autumn and winter is a real winner – particularly the £19.50 leather pencil skirt.
Fashion fan Ann-Marie recently shared some of the stunning items she bagged from the shop on her YouTube channel.
The clothes lover first tried on a stylish pink wrap dress for £22.50 that would be easy to dress up for a night out or even pair with tights in the office.
Although she bought it in pink, the dress is also available in black if you're after something more subtle.
Ann-Marie said: "Maybe I'd prefer it in the black, I think the pink might just be a bit too much, but it's a cute dress."
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Next she showed of a oversized jumper for £19 in an "oat colour" which looked so cosy.
"It's a nice cosy jumper hat you could dress up a little bit because there's a cross over and wrap at the front," the fashionista explained.
Keeping with the comfy theme, Ann-Marie showed of a pair of black joggers, perfect for curling up on the sofa.
She loved the fit on the joggers too and was amazed by how well they fit her waist without being too tight or gaping at the back.
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She also tried on a bright orange jumper that would help you stand out from the crowd, "this was the first thing I put in my basket, I do love it," she said.
However, once the fashionista tried the jumper on she wasn't sure if it was for her, since there was some confusing with the sizing – the paper tag said size 12 but the label said size 14.
But that wasn't the only jumper she grabbed, Ann-Marie also bought a chic white one for £17.50.
She said: "It's a little bit pricey but it's good quality and will wash well, Tesco's clothes are very nice."
The star of the show was undoubtedly the leather pencil skirt she bagged for £19.50.
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Despite accidentally picking it up a size too small, the skirt looked amazing of the clothes fan and would be perfect for any festive gettogethers.
Ann-Marie said: "I really love the skirt, it fits so nicely and it's so soft as well."
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