FASHION fans are raving about Marks and Spencer’s latest arrivals, insisting it’s stuffed full of Steve Madden dupes and giving Zara vibes.
One woman took to TikTok to share a video of the newest stock in her local store in Belfast, Northern Ireland, as she wrote: “Since when does M&S have clothes like this?”
A fashion fan took to TikTok to share a video of some of Marks and Spencer’s latest arrivalsCredit: tiktok/@shoukkapr
Striped shirts and linen shorts adorned the shelvesCredit: tiktok/@shoukkapr
While these leather heeled mules looked like a dupe of Steve Madden’s onesCredit: tiktok/@shoukkapr
Among the items shown in the video was striped shirts, leather flip flops and leather heeled mules.
“OK Steve Madden?” she added.
She then showed a leather-trimmed bag and buttercup yellow and powder blue shirts, writing over the top: “Zara and Djerf Avenue vibes.”
But people in the comments section were quick to insist that the high street store has always had clothes like that – it’s just that the style has only just become trendy.
“This has always been m&s vibe you just didn’t find it trendy before,” one wrote, as another added: “Since forever, we’ve only just decided we like clothes like this.”
While another weighed in: “They have always been ’30 year old woman going boating in the hamptons chic’ but we just decided to call it clean girl aesthetic last year.”
“M&S isn’t doing Djerf.. Djerf is doing M&S mens section,” someone else commented.
“We’re just aging into unfortunately,” another comment read.
“M&S sizes are pretty accurate aswell which is a massive thing for me!” another person praised.
To which the woman replied: “Honestly their quality is so good too!!”
“Since forever,” someone else insisted.
Her video has been watched over 117,000 times since she posted it.
There were also accents of colour, such as this gorgeous pink shirtCredit: tiktok/@shoukkapr
This leather-trimmed bag is on sale in the store for £35Credit: tiktok/@shoukkapr
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