[unpaid/affiliate]  I so much prefer a v-neck t-shirt over a round neck – unless it’s a loose neck style with a little bit of a scoop I feel rather strangled and also feel that my neck looks too long. I don’t know why – but here we are. I was doing a little bit of browsing for something nice to feature on Friday and I came across two t-shirt styles that fit the bill and a great pair of joggers, all in the sale. I haven’t really featured Me + Em for a while because in honesty they got a bit expensive for me for basics and I’m too short for any of their dresses or smart trousers. Anyway, I’m posting today because I’ve been burned on sold out sale items before and I can see that all sizes in all three items I’m mentioning are still in stock.


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Part of the reason I’m so sold on this t-shirt is the fluted sleeves – I’m not sure I’ve seen that before but they look so light and airy and just make the whole thing a bit different to a plain style.

They call it an angel wing and if you are an hourglass shape it will balance shoulder and hip. It’s reduced from £45 to £22 HERE in a cotton slub so it has a bit of texture to it.

The round neck version of the t-shirt is cut slightly away from the base of the neck so not too strangly but it still has those fluted sleeves. It’s even more of a bargain at £18 instead of £45 HERE.

Me + Em

I love racer stripe joggers! These are made in a stretch fabric but they look almost tailored – the right way to do lounge wear and not look like you fell off the sofa.

Me + Em

In my efforts to stop wearing just either black trousers or jeans, I’m really tempted by these as I’ve got some new white trainers with a little hidden wedge that elongates my legs so I’m thinking my bum might look quite tidy in these dark khaki joggers. I mean, they’re nearly black, right? But they’re something of a snip reduced from £80 to £32 HERE. The model is 5ft 9ins in this picture which means they’d fit on me to the bottom of the ankle and with the rise in the trainers would probably be okay. Also, do check their sale cashmere – the summer sales are the best time to buy cashmere if you don’t want to pay full price – I’ve already got some stashed away to bring out in winter despite swearing I wouldn’t!


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