These £25 Marks & Spencer rainbow trainers are going to be an INSTANT sellout

These £25 Marks & Spencer rainbow trainers are going to be an INSTANT sellout

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You’re going to love these…


Laura Sutcliffe





Marks & Spencer is always our first port of call when it comes to new season must-haves. From THAT purple coat of dreams to the yellow silk dress everyone was talking about, there’s always a new item on the top of our wish list. A New Year gives us all a great excuse to revamp our wardrobes for the months ahead, and the iconic high street brand has just announced their ultra-chic new collection of vegan-friendly footwear. And as part of the M&S Collection range, let us introduce you to these gorgeous rainbow trainers, that will set you back just £25. Yes, really! The crisp white trainer is the ideal shape for that casual look – and the rainbow stripes emblazoned at the side give a welcome burst of colour. You could wear them with skinny jeans, tailored trousers and even a pencil skirt with an oversized sweater. 





£25, Marks & Spencer


The fact the trainers are vegan-friendly is a BIG deal for the store. Until recently, vegan options at M&S only existed within the food section and the beauty departments, but M&S bosses listened to their customers and decided to  work on their extensive clothing range too.


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Fans have loved the change, with one shopper taking to Instagram, remarking: “Thanks M&S for making a vegan friendly range of shoes that look good and will presumably match up to your usual high quality too.” Customers will easily be able to spot all the vegan-friendly products due to the logo which will appear on items in store and online. 


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It’s not just these trainers that caught our eye – there’s also high heel sandals, sling back court shoes and leopard print stilettos. With prices starting at just £19.50, it’s a great excuse to go shopping on your lunch break. That counts as cardio, right?


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