WORKING from home in comfort during lockdown has inspired this new spring M&S lingerie.
The retailer says online searches for its knickers soared during lockdown — with customers wanting more support during difficult times.
Head of lingerie design Soozie Jenkinson said: “Comfort has been a priority for many of us.
“In the pandemic we’ve seen a call for lingerie that delivers on comfort.”
One in three British women heading to Marks and Spencer buy a bra and they hold a 37.5 percent share of the underwear market.
We recently reported that a shopper couldn’t believe her eyes when she was charged £1,599 for a bunch of bananas in Marks and Spencers.
Cymbre Barnes, 28, from London, said it wasn’t until she spotted the eye-watering figure on the receipt that she realised she had payed out a small fortune for the fruit.
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M&S also plans to close all current accounts and its 29 bank branches this year.
The closures, which will take effect this summer, are a result of a surge in online banking.
The bank branches are located within M&S stores, but the travel money bureaux branches, which are located in over 100 stores, are unaffected.
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