THE Fab Daily fashion team picks some quality autumn essentials – from £3.50.
Clemmie Fieldsend, Fashion Editor
Clemmie, 33, said: “There is something incredibly satisfying about someone asking admiringly where you bought your outfit and being able to say ‘It’s at the supermarket’.
“This suit from F&F at Tesco looks premium quality, from the thigh-skimming pleats and hidden laces on the wide-leg trousers to the fit of the blazer.
“The oversized structure also gives it a designer look.
“This gray textured effect was a huge hit on the AW23 catwalks for Prada, Fendi and Gucci and at under £60 it’s a real style win.
“At this time of year, it’s perfect to wear with a vest, t-shirt or fine knitwear.
“In the colder months, I’ll pair it with a turtleneck and throw a loose wool coat over it.
“It’s one of those all-season, all-round pieces that I know I’ll wear out year after year.”
Tracey Lea Sayer, Fashion Director
Tracey, 52, said: “I love M&S.
“This is my go-to store for all my work clothes when the weather gets cooler.
“I’m a believer in keeping things classic in the office.
“These wardrobe building blocks can be easily swapped out for other basics to create a fresh look for every day of the workweek without spending a fortune.
“A pair of Breton striped trousers, pleated front trousers with a bit of stretch for comfort and a classic beige tunic are all really timeless pieces and absolutely worth the investment.
“What can I say?
“You can’t go wrong with this easy-to-wear combo that works from season to season.
“I added black loafers and a cute black bag as accessories. Work completed.”
Abby McHale, Fashion Editor
Abby, 29, said: “What’s not to love about getting dressed at the supermarket?
“It’s convenient, good value for money and you can find some great, on-trend pieces as well as wardrobe staples.
“These wide-leg jeans are such good quality that I know I will wear them year after year.
“Blazers are one of my favorites – you can wear them over anything.
“I love the cleverness of this pinstripe – it feels a bit oversized but still gives me some shape.
“Pinstripes were a big trend on the AW catwalks at YSL and Dior, but who needs them when you can get the look from Sainsbury’s for just £32?
“And I’ll be able to wear a classic white T-shirt with so many other items in my wardrobe.
“At this price, you really can’t go wrong. And if you don’t have a Sainsbury’s nearby then it’s all available online.”
Emily Regan, Fashion Assistant
Emily, 24, said: “I always look forward to layering as the weather gets colder, and I absolutely love falling in love with a gorgeous new season coat each year.
“But most of the time, these purchases come at a huge cost.
“So I couldn’t believe it when I saw this reversible wonder from George that matches everything in my wardrobe.
“With a cozy lining on one side and brown suede on the other, this is the perfect versatile addition to my winter wardrobe – two coats for the price of one.
“And at just £42, you can’t go wrong.
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“The best part is that it comes from the supermarket, which means you can pick it up at your weekly grocery run.
“I’ve paired it here with some dark blue jeans and a pair of buckled loafers, but it would also look great with a cozy set of sunglasses.”