M&S Shoppers are saying these budget jumpers are almost as good as cashmere!

M&S Shoppers are saying these budget jumpers are almost as good as cashmere!

With winter around the corner, now’s an ideal opportunity to invest in some new clothes. Not only will you be prepared for whatever the weather throws at you, but layering up also means you can save on your heating bill.

Shoppers at Marks & Spencer are in luck – this budget £17.50 jumper looks and feels more expensive than it is, more similar to a cashmere jumper (which normally retail for ~£68+).

The M&S Supersoft jumper which is made with ultra-soft yarn material, is available in 13 different colours.

The jumper has received over 2500 reviews, with the vast majority scoring it 4 or 5 stars, with reviews referencing:

So comfortable to wear, feels like cashmere but not the cost. Fits well to size. Excellent buy. – 2022

This is indeed super soft feels a little like cashmere – 2022

I love the warm cosy feel of the material which is a good thickness but not too heavy, they are so comfortable to wear., and a great price. They last wash after wash and don’t lose their shape or pill. – 2019

Are there any products in the range?

Yes, at time of writing there were 60 other items that use the same/similar material to these jumpers, including jeans, cardigans, tights and scarfs!

What else did buyers say?

Soft to the touch, beautiful colour and versatile jumper. – 2022

Lovely soft jumper. Feels like cashmere even though it’s not. Quality extra special. What you expect from M & S. – 2022

Lovely colour, soft fabric, very comfortable. Would buy again as good choice of colours

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