Marks and Spencer model poses in gorgeous jeans, but buyers are interested in something else


Sometimes retailers struggle to keep up with what consumers want.

Often times, high street stores may think they know the hottest trends, when the reality is that shoppers want the very thing to be overlooked.

Marks and Spencer shared their latest fashion item featuring a smiling model, but fans were more drawn to the top featured in the outfit.

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The Instagram post featured a pair of ‘mom jeans’ paired with black flats and a fuchsia red blouse with a black floral pattern.

The caption on the photo read, “Move over to skinny jeans, this season we’re betting on Mom jeans!”

Marks and Spencer fans jumped on the post to express their desire to be on top instead.

One user said, “Is the top available?” “

While another said, “Love the top” featuring a pink heart emoji with gold stars.

Other buyers were keen to put forward their own take on skinny jeans, with some calling the style “unflattering.”

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One customer said: “It was about time too. Skinny jeans are so unflattering.

Another commented: “Finally.”

Other reviewers praised the jeans as a whole, saying “I love all M&S jeans.”

Whether you love or hate jeans, or even prefer the top of the ensemble, Marks and Spencer seems to have its customers covered.

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