In May I did our first post on F&F, the Tesco clothing range. I wrote about how you can earn Clubcard points whilst updating your summer wardobe.
Now F&F’s Summer Sale is on and I’ve found quite a few attractive pieces.
If I could, I’d wear my yoga pants all day every day. Here is an outfit suggestion that will allow you to do exactly that.
This white ruffle neck sleeveless top (£6 down from £12) combined with a khaki belted long line waistcoat (£8 down from £18) and a pair of white laser cut wedge sandals (£9 down form £18) will dress up your pair of black leggings (£22.50 down from £45) take you from the gym to lunch and evening drinks and the whole outfit costs less than £50.
Wedding season isn’t over yet. If you have got another one to attend, but don’t want to break the bank by buying an outfit, this floral lace dress for only £22 (from £48) is your saviour. Add nude peep toes (£9 from £18) and a pair of sun glasses (£1.50 from £5) and you’re good to go for £32.50.
And what about the men? Here we go: Chino shorts for £8 (down from £12), a casual checked shirt for £6.50 (was £32!), black shoes for £6 (were £20) and sunglasses for £5 (were £7) – a smart casual outfit for only £25.50.
As F&F is a Tesco brand, you earn Clubcard points with every purchase: 1 point for every £1.
As far as I can remember, F&F has never offered bonus Clubcard points for buying specific pieces or spending a certain amount, but the clothes are certainly good value and you still get your base points.Want to earn more Clubcard or Nectar points? Click here to visit the Shopper Points home page for the latest news and offers. Come back every day for new deals or join our email list.
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