An unexpected twist
Before I start writing this post I just want you all to know a few things. First of all, I am sorry that I have not posted for about a week, I have been so busy with dance rehearsals and homework. Also I would just like to thank you all! After January this year my monthly ratings went down a lot and they were down for quite a long time. But since September they have been slowing rising and this month is going really well so far. So thank you for all your support and I love you all. Finally I would just like to point out that there is 939 of us now that follow rachelspick and I am so amazed and excited to hit that 1000 mark!! I want to mark that occasion with something special, if you have any ideas please let me know!
As you may already of guessed by the title, this post is about M&S. I know that for some people this high-street shops name is almost alien to them, because for the last few years M&S’s clothes have really gone down hill and I doubt that anyone under 55 even wanted to look at the clothes in there despite buy any. So you are probably wondering why I am even writing this post because I am a teenager and this blog is mostly read by people that are young and wouldn’t be interested in M&S. But a few months ago I went in there, because me and my mum went in the cafe and I saw quite a few things that I liked. They were out of my price range and I didn’t have any intentions of buying them, but, it just made me wonder about how the shops changed and that there were things that younger people would actually be caught dead in!
After this, I just kept seeing things to do with M&S, such as: the new collection, new adverts and pieces in my look magazine. All of them were really positive about M&S and how it as changed and become somewhere where you could actually find some really great pieces. I’m not saying that now it’s a full on, in trend high-street shop and that everything in there is for the younger age, but it’s definitely on the up.
This does make me really happy to be honest, because I do think that M&S’s things are really well made and last a long time. So to have that on the high-street at a good price and really accessible, is a great thing for the British shopping scene. Nowadays many shops love to charge the earth for the lastest nerd top or red shoes, but really your not getting any value for your money because they will last about 1 month and will be ripped or scratched and then don’t really look that great. As if you buy something from M&S, you know that it will be made well and will last. Also you can guarantee that you will get good value for your money! A winner really.
Baring this all in mind I have chosen some pieces that are in trend and suitable for the younger age but also great value for money by choosing things under £50. This creates the best of both worlds for you all and I hope that these items will prove to you why you should go and have a look there.
Collection Leather Look Ankle Grazer Denim Jeggings £25.00
Collection Animal Print Skater Dress £39.50
Collection Bead Embellished Ponte Shift Dress £45.00
Collection Sequin Embellished Mini Skirt £35.00
Limited Edition Bobble Hat £9.50
I hope you like this post and feel inspired to go and shop in M&S.