Hot looks for Spring just £16 and under

The best thing about supermarket fashion is it feels almost guilt-free, right? You’re doing your weekly shop so what’s another tenner thrown into the trolley when you’re getting an on-trend bargain that you’ll wear to death.
This season George at Asda have some seriously great, figure-fixing designs that won’t break the bank, so if you need a little inspiration before you grab your trolley take a look at the Coco Mama picks below.

Supermarket fashion | Under £20 | George at Asda | CocoMamaStyle

All George @ Asda

Embroidered peplum top, £14

Great for creating curves, the ruching will nip in your waist, while the gypsy style top with add volume to your bust.  Add a pencil skirt for work wear, and slim jeans for day time.

Perfect printed pants, £16

Part of the Graduate Fashion Week collection, these printed trousers pick up on the digital print trend as well as having a tribal feel with flashes of neon. You’ll be working four trends in one with this dress-em-up, dress-em-down style so keep the rest of your look simple. A plain, loose-fit tee with a denim shirt worn loose over the top is an easy casual look.  Got a date night? Just add heels, a black vest and a blazer or leather biker jacket, not forgetting a chunky necklace.

Ruched waist top, £12

Pretty in pink with an adjustable ruched waist. Yes, those two magic words; adjustable waist. What’s not to love!

Bomber jacket, £16

When the weather warms up this is the perfect lightweight jacket for day time. It’s a much more feminine alternative to many of the varsity style bombers around this season and isn’t padded so won’t add unnecessary bulk to your figure.

Tribal print vest, £8

A more subtle way to introduce print in to your wardrobe for Spring, this neutral vest also has crochet detailing on the back for added interest.

Zebra print flat sandals, £8

They are flat and metallic with a zebra print T bar. You’ll end up wearing them with everything, all summer.

Bodysculpt pencil skirt, £16

Figure-fixing fashion for under £20? Oh yes. This pull-on, spotted pencil skirt has hidden bodysculpt support that shapes and sculpts to sort out any wobbly bits.  Dark side panels add to the slimming illusion making this a quick-fix wardrobe must-have.

Woven wedges, £16

Just like the tribal print vest, these neutral wedges will add a little pattern to your stride without being in your face.

Orange draped jacket, £12

In one of the key colours of the season, this jacket will lift any look; a basic t-shirt and boyfriend jeans, classic work wear, or a simple dress for a wedding guest outfit.

Saving the best for last, how about a £4 cross-body bag. Now that’s what you call a bargain!

Must-have £4

This monochrome bag featured on the CocoMamaStyle facebook page this week, just like the page for instant fashion fixes.

What’s in your trolley this week? Will you be searching the aisles for any of these picks?


    • Thanks for your lovely comment Kelly! Sometimes you just need a quick fix bargain and Supermarkets are great for that. So on-trend these days.

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