New DiscountVouchers.co.uk Weekly Deals Get Brits Autumn Clothing Savings

New fashions and clothing for the chillier autumn weather can now be had without damaging a budget too much thanks to the latest deals on offer from voucher codes site DiscountVouchers.co.uk. The website, which updates its deals in real time, has this week sourced the very latest deals for savings at Marks and Spencer, Debenhams and New Look – with offers for both men and women available.

Treating oneself to some new autumn clothing from top store Marks and Spencer is now more affordable thanks to the latest deals available on DiscountVouchers.co.uk. The website is this week home to Marks and Spencer voucher codes which can be exchanged against buy 1, get 1 half-price on all Luxury Shirts plus also 3 for £10 on single knickers for ladies.

Other famous brand clothing available on a budget through the DiscountVouchers.co.uk site this week includes new autumn styles from high street favourite New Look. Logging on to the DiscountVouchers.co.uk site right now lets shoppers browse the most up to date New Look discount codes which include deals like 2 for £20 on Men’s Jeans and free standard delivery worldwide.

More famous name clothing available via the newly-updated DiscountVouchers.co.uk deals this week includes the latest designer ranges from Debenhams. The new choice of Debenhams discount code updates features free standard delivery on all orders over £30 – just the thing for getting more for your money this autumn.

Doug Scott, managing director at DiscountVouchers.co.uk, comments, “With consumers all over Britain looking for some new clothing ahead of the autumn season we are pleased to be able to help get more for their budgets. Money off at top fashion stores like M&S, Debenhams and New Look are perfect for refreshing a wardrobe right now.”

DiscountVouchers.co.uk offers consumers money saving deals at major high street brands and specialist retailers, including stores like Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Travelodge, First Choice, lastminute.com and Boden.

For more information visit www.discountvouchers.co.uk.

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Hotter Shoes Reveals One In Three Women Carry Extra Pair Of Comfy Shoes In Case Of Pain

Hotter Shoes has revealed that one in three UK women carry a comfortable pair of shoes with them to swap into because they are anticipating pain, according to a new survey.

Women who work, rest and play are going to great lengths to remain on their feet longer, despite 81 per cent admitting to experiencing pain by wearing killer heels on a night out. But don’t think that it’s just fashionistas suffering for their art as an incredible 46 per cent of women admitted to walking in comfortable shoes to meet friends then changing into killer heels at the last minute.

The study into the footwear choices of 2,000 women was conducted by comfortable shoe specialist, Hotter Shoes which is looking at what motivates women’s shoe choices for occasions.

Lisa McCarten of Hotter Shoes said: “The research highlights the amount of pain women encounter in uncomfortable shoes but shows they are willing to do something about it – logically shoes that look good and feel fantastic are the answer.”

She added: “We were astounded to find comfy shoes often being seen as ‘handbag accessories’ in women’s daily lives. Shoes shouldn’t have to be worn in – it should be a pleasure to put on a brand new pair of shoes not a pain. At Hotter we know that women want shoes that look good and make them feel fantastic whatever they are doing.”

A staggering 84 per cent of women wear killer heels on a night out, despite only one in ten saying they can find comfortable high heels.

34 per cent of women anticipate experiencing pain from their shoes within an hour of leaving home and 60 per cent carry plasters because they expect a blister or cut. More than half have ended an evening bare foot as they couldn’t walk further in their uncomfortable shoes.

Half of the women surveyed said they buy new shoes to take on holiday and almost 60 per cent of them have experienced pain whilst abroad.

One in three has had to buy another pair of shoes when out of the house due to the level of discomfort experienced in the shoes they were wearing. A third of women in the UK walk to work in a comfortable pair of flats before changing into heels at their desk.

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