30 Pieces for 30 Wears – Marks & Spencer

When I initially did my homework on how Marks & Spencer operate as a brand after our first collaboration, I knew that future posts would have to ensure that their quality and morals were always highlighted. If you missed my first post which chats through Marks & Spencer’s conscious efforts with environmental responsibility, sustainability and ethics, then be sure to check it out here.

30 Pieces for 30 Wears – Marks & Spencer30 Pieces for 30 Wears – Marks & Spencer

For this post, I wanted to share with you, 30 pieces from the Marks & Spencer website, that I feel would be perfect for the #30Wears rule. In case you don’t know, the #30Wears rule, is a guideline to follow when shopping. It means that you should only purchase items that you will wear at least 30 times. This means that they have to step up to the mark in terms of timelessness, and quality.

Below, you’ll find my 30 items that I feel do just that. I’m all about keeping it simple, paired back, and as far from trendy as you will get. I love to keep my outfits minimal and feminine, and investing into good quality pieces is what I love to do! It’s even better when you can get a brand like Marks & Spencer who really don’t break the bank in terms of prices, but they over-deliver on quality every time.

Let me know what you think of some of these pieces, do you think they would be suited to your style?

 

 

My top in these shots is one of my favourites from my collaboration with Marks & Spencer. You can get your hands on it here.

I hope you enjoyed this post and found some suitable options for #30Wears.

Niamh xx

30 Pieces for 30 Wears – Marks & Spencer

*A massive thank you to Marks & Spencer for partnering with me on this post. I am so thrilled to promote a brand like this, who I have loved for so long. It’s also even better to work with a brand who have such high moral standards, I am so thrilled to help them promote this through my platforms and while wearing their beautiful pieces.

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