I’m just flagging up sales from brands I love as and when I see them crop up. Is it just me or have they started really early this year? If you don’t know & Other Stories (there’s a big store on Regent Street), it’s part of the H&M group and was founded in 2013. It fits really well in the grey area, pardon the pun, of making clothes that any age woman can wear. Beauty world goes a bit quiet in summer so I may as well flag the fash while I can!

& other stories black shirt

I love this swishy, lightweight shirt with wide sleeves – otherwise known as knock-your-coffee-over sleeves, but if you’re less clumsy than me, it’s reduced from £43 to £23 HERE. 

& Other Stories Adidas Gazelle

It looks like all of the Adidas trainers are on sale across the site, but I love a red trainer (I have red Converse) with jeans. These are reduced from £99 to £56 HERE.

& Other Stories Oversized Sweatshirt

I hate a sweatshirt that gathers in at the bottom – on me it’s the most unflattering thing I can think of. Anything loose and sloppy I can just chuck in my holiday bag, I’m happy with and this looks like my dream sweat. It’s £32 now from £45 HERE.

& Other Stories Sheer Silk Dress

This is very lightweight (silk) and sheer and yes, another ‘chuck in on and you’re ready’ kind of dress – heels, trainers or gold straps, whatever. It’s reduced from £79 to £40 HERE. 

& Other Stories Zip Top

This is such an easy wear – an upgrade on a standard black top – wear it on it’s own or over a t-shirt with jeans, shorts or skinnies. It’s reduced from £55 to £28 HERE.

& other stories striped dress

This is more wishful thinking for me than reality but everyone is wearing a stripey dress – it’s the ultimate easy to reach for, anywhere dress made from organic cotton and a snip at £20 from £39 HERE.

The belt in the main picture is reduced from £35 to £25 HERE. 

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