Tesco Aims For Top Marks With Lowest Price School Uniform

Tesco is aiming for top marks with parents this summer by launching a one-price-fits-all school uniform for just £3.75*, the lowest price available.

Tesco Aims For Top Marks With Lowest Price School Uniform

The fixed price is frozen at last year’s level and it applies to all sizes, giving parents on the tightest budgets great value. Usually, retailers vary prices as the uniform sizes get bigger so parents with older children have to pay more.

Jan Marchant, Tesco Clothing Buying Director said: “Parents like different price options for Back to School and our Value range offers them a fantastic, quality product, produced in line with Ethical Trading Initiative guidelines, at an unbeatable price. For just £3.75, parents can buy a single uniform in any size from 3 to 16 years.”

Tesco’s Value school uniform has been rigorously tested for tough school wear and tear to British and European Testing Standards.

This year Tesco has expanded its Back to School offering with 27 new products as well as stepping up quality with updated features and superior quality across half the range, yet sticking to last year’s prices. New features include kid-proof sealed hems on all boys school trousers, adjustable waists up to 12 – 13 years; bigger pockets and rain resist coating on coats helping to keep the kids warm and dry. The range includes a full Fairtrade Cotton uniform for the first time.

The Tesco Back to School range is a wide range that includes shirts, pique polo shirts, trousers, skirts, pinafores, and coats is available in 450 stores. For parents that need to stock up on essential Back to School items such as shirts, pique polo shirts, socks and briefs, these will be available in 725 stores across the country, including Metro stores. The Value school uniform will be available in 200 stores and online.

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Debenhams Reveal Increased Demand For Traditional Styles Of Lingerie

Debenhams has revealed surprising new figures that show a sharp rise in sales of traditional lingerie styles, with the distinctive, alluring snap of stockings being fastened to a suspender belt becoming popular in Britain again for the first time in almost 50 years.

Debenhams Reveal Increased Demand For Traditional Styles Of Lingerie

Demand for the traditional style of lingerie is rocketing, reversing the universal popularity of tights which captured the market in the early 1960s.

The unpredictable spring and summer weather, as well as a growing number of celebrities showcasing their stockings on stage and at star-studded events, may be behind the trend.

Debenhams spokesperson, Ruth Attridge said: “Our British summer has started in the traditional way with frequent spells of sun and rain in the same day, leaving British women up in air about what to wear.

“Stockings and suspenders, just like leggings, have become the popular alternative to tights. They provide coverage for legs on an unexpectedly chilly day, but at the same time are cooler than tights and far more comfortable to wear in over heated City offices.”

Suspender belts effectively fell out of fashion with the introduction of self supporting tights in the decades after the war.

Woman rapidly abandoned the mechanical nature of suspenders in favour of the new, easy-to-wear and wash hosiery style.

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Ernest Jones Announces Online Launch Of Daisy Stack Ring Collection

Ernest Jones, the diamond and watch specialist has announced the launch of Daisy stack rings online and in stores nationwide.

The Daisy stack ring collection at Ernest Jones offers consumers a fresh new angle on customisable jewellery and the opportunity to express their creativity. The sterling silver rings are available in a variety of designs, and fit together perfectly in any order. This allows complete freedom for consumers to express themselves by mixing and matching different rings together to suit their tastes.

Ernest Jones Announces Online Launch Of Daisy Stack Ring CollectionAs with the current fashion for self designed bead and charm bracelets and necklaces, the Daisy collection offers high quality, fashionable design with fun and colourful jewellery for consumers to make their own fashion statements.

Daisy takes its inspiration from nature and features a range of sterling silver rings crafted into flowers and natural organic shapes and textures. Distinctly English, and with designs that will appeal to all ages, Daisy features over 150 different rings, allowing Ernest Jones customers to mix and match their look and be in control of their own style. The collection features Daisy flower designs, bees, crystals, frog princes, petals, floral designs, rope rings and bright colours to guarantee variety and choice for customers wishing to build a collection of their own.

By launching the Daisy jewellery brand, Ernest Jones is expanding its range of customisable jewellery, which previously had involved promoting bead and charm brands. The introduction of Daisy widens the Ernest Jones customisable offering to include rings, allowing the high street jeweller to develop even further the opportunities offered by customisable jewellery and gives the consumer a greater choice when shopping.

Daisy stack rings and other customisable jewellery brands also offer great value for money. Each ring is very competitively priced and the versatility of the collection allows for consumers to get greater value from their purchase as they can vary and mix the style of their rings.

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