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Marks and Spencer Bedding

Posted by SuperStoreSearch Team on Saturday, 12th March, 2011.

The Marks and Spencer bedding range features elegant and beautiful designs to bring colour and life to the bedroom.   Take delight in the sumptuous feel and luxury quality of the Marks and Spencer bedding collection.

Autograph Animal Border Duvet Cover – Charcoal

M & S Duvet Cover

Part of the Autograph collection, enjoy hotel style luxury in the home with this Animal Border Duvet Cover bedding from Marks and Spencer.  Featuring stylish embroidered detail and made of pure cotton in a delightful charcoal colour with a beautiful drape and deluxe feel.

Marks and Spencer Bedding Sizes

Comes in:

  • Single (3ft)
  • Double (4ft 6in)
  • King Size (5ft)
  • Super King Size (6ft)

Organic Seersucker Bedset

M & S Organic Bedset

Featuring a textured striped design this cotton rich Organic Seersucker Marks and Spencer bedlinen benefits from the tactile sensation of crisp cotton whilst being easier to care for and iron, being machine washable and suitable for tumble drying.

  • Composition: 98% cotton
    2% elastane
    Reverse: 100% cotton

Heritage Toile Bedset

M & S Toile Bedset

This beautiful Heritage toile design bedding from Marks and Spencer consists of percale fabric with a 180 thread count and stylish piping detail.  The interior features a contrasting stripe pattern design.

  • Composition: 50% cotton
    50% polyester

Fashion Vintage Stripe Bedset

M & S Stripe Bedset

Vintage style Marks and Spencer bedding, this vibrant and colourful stripe design is made of pure 100% cotton and was inspired by authentic vintage styles as part of the Fashion Vintage range.  Easy to care for, machine washable, tumble drying and easy iron.

Browse more styles and luxurious designs in the full Marks and Spencer Bedding range.

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Autograph bedlinen offers hotel luxury at home with stylish detailing, beautiful drape and a sumptuous feel.

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Marks and Spencer Cakes

Posted by SuperStoreSearch Team on Sunday, 6th March, 2011.

M & S Cakes

Marks and Spencers is renowned for its high quality food range,  featuring delicious food ideas to delight your taste buds.  With so much to choose from, when you’re looking for a sweet treat of dessert or have a day to celebrate, consider these Top 5 Choices for Marks and Spencer Cakes.

Triple-Layer Victoria Sandwich Cake

M & S Triple Layer Victoria Sandwich Cake

The Victoria Sandwich is a classic all-butter sponge cake and a teatime favourite:  filled with layers of vanilla buttercream and strawberry conserve, the Victoria Sandwich sponge cake is dusted with icing sugar, stands 3 layers tall and weighs in at a considerable 2.1kg and is pre-cut into 14 generously sized  slices.

[Serves 14 people & Suitable for Vegetarians]

Milk & White Chocolate Three-Present Stack Cake

M & S Milk Chocolate Stack Cake

Visually stunning, this triple present stack cake is comprised of 3 chocolate cakes filled with chocolate ganache and coated in soft icing made of dark, milk and white chocolate – the chocolate lover’s dream.

[Serves 56 people - Weighs 3.4kg & Suitable for Vegetarians]

Add your personalized message to be iced on the cake before adding to basket.

Classic Chocolate Rose Cake

M & S Chocolate Cake

A beautiful table centrepiece, this three tiered rose cake is available as a choice of chocolate or sponge cake, and in your preference of icing colours – the classic chocolate rose cake is covered in a double layer of chocolate flavoured soft icing and adorned with a cascade of chocolate sugar-paste roses.

[Serves 144 people - Cake Weight 5.45kg & Suitable for Vegetarians]

Triple-Layer Cappuccino Cake

M & S Triple Layer Cappuccino Cake

This triple layer chocolate and coffee cake is brimming with coffee buttercream and decorated with pieces of chocolate squares and curls and finally dusted with cocoa powder. Comes pre-cut into 14 generously portioned slices.

[Serves 14 people - Cake Weighs 1.9kg & is Suitable for Vegetarians]

Triple-Layer Carrot Cake

M & S Triple Layer Carrot Cake

Experience the refined taste of 3 layers of lightly spiced carrot sponge that’s been filled with cream cheese and adorned with walnuts and mini sugar-paste carrots.

[Serves 14 people - Weight 2.4kg & Suitable for Vegetarians]

See more Marks and Spencer Food on the M&S website and browse other quality choices in the Marks and Spencer cakes section.

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Marks and Spencers Mothers Day Flowers

Posted by SuperStoreSearch Team on Thursday, 3rd March, 2011.

M & S Mothers Day FlowersWith Mother’s Day approaching (3rd of April), here are 3 delightful hand picked Mother’s Day Gift Ideas from the Marks and Spencers Flowers collection.

Mother’s Day Tulip Gift Bag

M & S Mothers Day Tulip Gift Bag

An elegant lilac theme with vivid purple and pastel pink tones, these colourful and vibrant tulips are carefully arranged in a Hessian style gift bag. The Mother’s Day Tulip Gift Bag is delivered complete with a Happy Mother’s Day ribbon and includes a personalized greeting card with your message.

Pretty Mum Bouquet

M & S Pretty Mum BouquetThe Pretty Mum flower Bouquet is comprised of an endearing mix of 3 Kenyan white Roses, 3 Bloom lilac chrysanthemums, a pair of cream lisianthus, a trio of blue trachelium flowers and with the finishing touch of eucalyptus foliage – an exquisite bouquet covered by the Marks and Spencers Flower Freshness guarantee:  that all flowers purchased from Marks and Spencers will stay looking beautiful for at least seven days, or your money back..

Mother’s Day Gift Bag

M & S Mothers Day Gift BagThe Marks and Spencers  Mother’s Day Flower Gift Bag is brimming with 16 carefully picked flowers including pink hyacinths and tulips, white alstroemeria and large-headed Sweet Avalanche+™ roses (a trademark of Lex Breeders, Holland).

Delivered in a Mother’s Day gift bag, these flowers are adorned  with a re-usable rose corsage.  Marks and Spencer flowers are available for pre-order now with a delivery time frame between 29 March to 5 April 2011, including a guaranteed Mother’s Day (3 April) delivery service (£3 surcharge).

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Browse the full collection of flowers on the Marks and Spencer website, including the special Mothers Day Flower range.

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Ladies Workwear at Marks and Spencers

Posted by Ceri Heathcote on Wednesday, 23rd February, 2011.

If you are looking for ladies workwear check out the on trend range of  Marks and Spencers ladies suits.

Do you sometime stare into your wardrobe wondering what to wear to work? You need something smart but also want to show a bit of your individual personality and style. Wearing something that looks and feels great will not only do wonders for your confidence but also your career. Your work wear should be good quality and made to last, it should also be easy to wear and comfortable.

Classic Styles at Marks and Spencers


Building a capsule wardrobe of classic work wear staples from Marks and Spencers will not only make getting dressed in the morning much quicker and easier but it will also be a great investment that will never go out of fashion. A classic blazer or tailored jacket like this Autograph Essentials Textured Stretch Jacket is one of the most versatile work wear items that you could own.

Flattering Shapes at Marks and Spencers


Look for tailored pieces in classic cuts that complement your body shape. If you have wide hips look for straight or wide cut trousers and pay close attention to where your jacket finishes. If you want to disguise your tummy look for flat fronted trousers and if you are short avoid double breasted jackets at all cost. For those who want a slimming outfit for work, black or navy usually works best but this Autograph colour block  ribbed stripe jacket also has a very slimming fit and design and looks incredibly stylish.

Neutrals and Brights at Marks And Spencers


Neutral colours like blacks greys and browns are versatile and easy to keep clean, they also never go out of fashion. For some professions or offices it is best to stick to these basic neutrals for suits. However if you want to really stand out from the crowd or work in a creative environment a brightly coloured suit can be fun and really eye catching. This red single breasted three quarter sleeved suit is  a very bold and stylish choice of work wear.

On Trend Tops at Marks and Spencers


A loose fitting top in a comfortable jersey is the perfect choice for wearing with a suit. Look for eye catching prints or colours that complement your complexion and hair colour for maximum impact. You could also opt for a neutral or white top that fits well with the latest trend for minimalism. This Autograph scoop neck diagonal stripes top is both feminine and sophisticated for a professional look.

Statement Accessories at Marks and Spencers


Once you have found a great suit, trousers or skirt and top, you can then transform it into a number of different outfits using accessories. This is the fun part when you get to add a little of your own personality and style. Some bold jewellery is a great way to add a little glamour to your day or a bright red handbag adds instant colour to even the most neutral of outfits. A scarf like this abstract circle print light weight scarf is also a great way to brighten up your work wear.


The New Minimalism – Womens Fashion Range at Marks and Spencer

Posted by Ceri Heathcote on Saturday, 19th February, 2011.

At Marks and Spencer women’s wear seems to have been dominated lately by minimalistic styles. Whilst spring will see plenty of bright florals and bold patterns, there will still be plenty of minimal pieces for those who like to make an understatement.

The beauty of minimalism is that it is such an easy look to work. There is no need to co ordinate accessories, colours and patterns. You can stick to clean lines and neutral colours which are both stylish and flattering. Whilst the minimalist styles of last season concentrated on the colour camel for spring and summer Marks and Spencer have a range of other neutral tones and even pieces with neutral stripes. This new minimalism is laid back, relaxed and sophisticated.

There are 4 simple rules to working the seasons new minimalism:

Marks and Spencer: Simple Tailoring


You don’t need to wear lots of accessories to make the most of the minimalist look. Instead you can invest in some really good quality tailoring. With nothing to distract the eye the quality will be instantly obvious. Marks and Spencers have a great range of well priced tailored pieces with quality that really shows. Look for simple styles that will create an elegant silhouette. A black shift dress is a really classic piece that fits in so well with the minimalist trend when worn with black court shoes. This linen blend curved seam dress at Marks and Spencers can be worn for both work and special occasions.

M & S: Clean Lines


Clean lines are another key aspect of the minimalist look. Avoid ruffles and frills, flounces and embellishment. Softly draping fabrics are the perfect way to achieve this  and jersey separates work perfectly with tailored trousers. This Marks and Spencer jersey top with wool is part of the Autograph range and would look great with some camel or taupe coloured trousers.

Marks & Spencers – Understated Palette


To break up the solid shape of a minimalist piece and give it that relaxed and understated look, try mixing a few different neutral colours black, grey, camel and taupe all work really well. Stripes or layers of these colours work best for subtle effect and are  very fashionable this year. This Marks and Spencers stripe knitted jumper is part of the Limited edition collection and gives a nod to both the minimalist and seventies fashion trends that are likely to be popular for the season ahead.

M and S: Subtle Accessories


Minimalism is about having as little fuss and distraction as possible. If you do add accessories they should be simple and clean looking like the outfit. You should only have a maximum of one or two subtle accessories. A tan leather handbag is the easiest way to carry your belongings around in understated style. It will also be a great investment as it will go with just about every piece of clothing in your wardrobe. This Autograph leather double Hobo bag at Marks and Spencers is both practical and on trend and will look amazing with your minimalist outfit.

Explore more of the minimalist women’s fashion range at the Marks and Spencer website.


Striped Women’s Fashion Trend Alert At Marks and Spencer

Posted by Ceri Heathcote on Wednesday, 2nd February, 2011.

There is absolutely no doubt about it Stripes are going to be a huge trend this year with M&S having an amazing selection to suit everyone. Last year the launch of the Coco Chanel film prompted a huge rush for striped tops, this summer stripes are adorning just about anything from knitwear to tops and blazers. The great thing about stripes is that they never really go out of fashion, any striped clothes that you buy from Marks and Spencers are a great investment, they are also likely to last for many seasons to come.

Grab yourself some M&S clothes with stripes quick, for the freshest and most stylish look for the summer.

M&S Fashion: Nautical Stripes

Nautical stripes are probably the most classic of all the stripes. Navy and white stripes, sometimes also referred to as Breton stripes are the easiest way to add instant chic to just about any outfit. They look great with bright red or yellow accessories if you want to add some colour. This Portfolio slash colour stripe jumper at Marks and Spencers is the perfect choice for a casual outfit that doesn’t compromise on style.

If you want a smarter look, this single breasted striped jersey blazer at Marks and Spencers is really on trend and would look great with a pair of tailored trousers or perhaps if you are really brave over a floral dress.

M & S: Bright Stripes

Bright stripes featured heavily in the spring summer catwalks for 2011. At Prada, there was a combination of bright colours with thick black stripes. At Tory Birch a trouser suit featured vertical red and black stripes and at Marc Jacobs there were thin stripes in sugary shades of pink and purple. This Per Una scoop neck knitted striped top at Marks and Spencers is a great way to work the spring and summer trend for stripes and for neon colours.

Marks and Spencer Clothes: Diagonal Stripes

Diagonal stripes are a  slightly more unusual and off beat way to wear stripes. Diagonal stripes can also be very slimming and help to create the illusion of a smaller waist. The look is not as traditional as the typical breton and horizontal stripes but can look great on a contemporary style of dress to wear to the office. This Portfolio slash neck dress by Marks and Spencers features slightly wavey stripes to create an optical effect that is reminiscent of the sixties.

M and S: Black and Grey Stripes

Black and grey stripes are also proving to be hugely popular this year for an understated alternative to the high contrast of black or navy and white. Marks and Spencers have a range of grey and black striped pieces but one of our favourites is this Per Una Multi Stripe Knitted Cardigan.

Top Stylist Tip - Use stripes to make everything appear in proportion. If you have wide hips wear a striped top to make your top half look wider and balance the look. If you want to slim and lengthen the body, wear vertical or horizontal stripes and if you want to define the waist look for stripes that point in towards the centre of the waist.

See more stripey fashion and the latest seasonal trends at www.marksandspencer.com


A Gift For All Occasions – The Marks and Spencer’s Flower Collection

Posted by Mike Wheatley on Saturday, 29th January, 2011.

The Marks and Spencer’s flower range is an incredible selection of different kinds of arrangements, bouquets and plants. Not only that, it’s also possible to order fruit baskets, money vouchers and many other gift wrapped items to compliment the flowers you buy. M and S flower sales tend to vary with each season, with different seasonal bouquets available. Marks and Spencer flowers really are a perfect gift item for almost any occasion, appropriate for weddings, birthdays, new babies, new homes, anniversaries and just about any other occasion you care to think of!

Marks and Spencer’s Flowers

If you want to buy some Marks and Spencer’s flowers, all you have to do is check out the flower range on the M & S website. Once there, you will stumble across a huge variety of flowers – M & S have an enormous collection in their gifts and flower arrangement section. Marks and Spencer’s have something perfect for any event you could care to think about. Take the extremely colourful and fitting “January Bouquet” special – Costing just £30, this eye-catching yellow bouquet, a blend of vibrant ornithogalum, germini, bloom chrysanthemums and dazzling yellow santini is sure to add a winter cheer to anyone lucky enough to receive it.

Maybe you are already thinking ahead to Valentine’s Day? In that case, the Marks & Spencer valentines collection is a must-see. For anyone tight on funds, the cheap and cheerful Be Mine Bouquet (£30), featuring a dozen red roses is a very romantic way to say “I love you“, without breaking the bank.

For something a little more ostentatious, yet still very affordable at £35, the Language of Love Gift Bag says it all. expressing your feelings with six different coloured roses, each one representing a unique aspect of love. This bouquet even comes with a tag that explains the meaning of each type of rose – Orange roses equal passion, while red are for straight up love.

If you really feel the need to ramp up the intensity and ignite the romantic feeling, then there is no better way to do so this Valentine’s than with the Autograph Sexy Red Roses bouquet – A sure fire way to take your girl’s breath away. Featuring 24 stunningly colourful Ecuadorian red roses, this bouquet symbolises passion and desire in a way that words never can.

Not only does Marks and Spencer’s floral range have something for every occasion, but their flowers are all very affordable to. With delivery charges already accounted for in the listed price, you can be sure that the cost presented is the real price you will pay. Visit their site and prepare to be amazed at just how cheap M & S flowers really are.

Just be careful when you are ordering flowers from Marks and Spencers. You must remember that timing is crucial. If you want the flowers to be delivered by the next day then you must place your order before 5pm, so that the florist can get them organized and sent out in time to make it to its destination. And don’t forget, it’s not possible to deliver M & S flowers overseas, nor the Channel Islands, BFPO addresses and PO boxes, so don’t try this route if that’s your intended destination. M & S flowers are usually sent via the Royal Mail first class delivery system, and will be carefully arranged and packaged so that they reach their destination in pristine condition.

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Marks and Spencers – Leather Jackets For Spring

Posted by Ceri Heathcote on Thursday, 27th January, 2011.

Over recent years Marks and Spencers have established themselves as being at the forefront of quality and on trend clothing for men and women. One key piece of clothing that never goes out of fashion is the leather jacket. It is practical, warm, versatile and durable.

It is well worth making that little extra effort to look for quality when shopping for a leather jacket. It is likely to be an investment piece that will last for many years. You can find a selection of classic and fashionable leather jackets at Marks and Spencers whatever your style.

Look for super soft leather and luxurious designs that will compliment your spring wardrobe and add a bit of extra warmth on those slightly chilly spring days.

The Quilted Leather Jacket

If you are looking for a really sophisticated leather jacket this double breasted style by Marks and Spencers Autograph Weekend is ideal. It is slightly warmer and more substantial than your average leather jacket and goes equally well with work wear and more casual outfits. It is a great contemporary style and will transform your spring wardrobe.

The Biker Jacket

One of the trendiest styles of leather jacket at the moment is the biker jacket. It has the ability to add a little rock and roll to just about any outfit. It works particularly well when contrasted with something feminine perhaps a little black dress or floral dress. This grey long sleeved leather jacket is a great variation on the classic biker style with an asymmetrical front, fitted shape and soft leather with a textured finish. It is perfect for wearing with the seasons must have maxi dresses and skirts.

The Drape Leather Jacket

With the lace like leather that featured in Christopher Kanes catwalk collection for SS11, it is no surprise that there will be plenty of high street choices which combine leather and lace. This very stylish leather jacket by Marks and Spencers Limited Collection has a lace insert creating an interesting and fashionable look. The open and draped front is the perfect way to achieve an unstated but chic look.

The Military Style Jacket

A high collar, front pockets and belt all combine to give a military style of leather jacket which is the perfect structured addition to a casual outfit. This funnel neck jacket from the Marks and Spencers Autograph Weekend collection is a great way to add some style to an everyday pair of jeans. The tan colour is also really on trend for spring.

The Suede Leather Jacket

For a slightly softer shape, a suede leather jacket works perfectly. It is also a good way of adding texture to an outfit. This funnel neck  suede jacket from the M&S Indigo range is another example of how Marks and Spencers is rocking the military trend this spring with its epaulettes and multiple pockets. It is fully lined for comfort and warmth.  A very wearable style which works perfectly with casual outfits.

See the full jacket collection at the M&S websitehttp://www.marksandspencer.com


Floral Dresses at Marks and Spencers

Posted by Ceri Heathcote on Wednesday, 19th January, 2011.

Spring is not far away, why not celebrate with some very stylish floral dresses at Marks and Spencer clothes?

Floral dresses are likely to be one of the hottest looks for spring summer 2011 with plenty of inspiration on the catwalk including bold and bright prints and floral embellishments. Flowers are colourful and fresh, the perfect look for a sunny spring day. They can also be romantic and feminine and work perfectly with so many of the seasons other trends.

Eye Popping Florals

If you really want to make the most of colour this spring then a floral print is a great way to do this. Jil Sanders featured an eye poppingly bright floral print on a billowing maxi dress that would be sure to make anyone the centre of attention, at the spring summer 2011 catwalk shows. This 3/4 sleeve floral dress from Marks and Spencers is the perfect eye catching choice for every day wear and a much more flattering option than the catwalk version.

Vintage Florals

This spring is likely to see a seventies revival and floral dresses will play a big part in it. At Erdem and the Paul and Joe catwalk shows, we witnessed plenty of seventies floral inspiration with stunning floor skimming floral maxi dresses. The look is romantic with  flowing skirts and a soft feminine silhouette. The slightly shorter hemline of this Limited Collection Vintage floral dress at Marks and Spencers is a much more practical choice for daytime wear but still really on trend for the spring and summer.

Monotone Florals

Black and white is a really striking way to wear florals this spring, a look that featured at both Chanel and Dries Van Noten. Monochrome is definitely a grown up take on florals. It is sophisticated and striking, perfect for a wedding or special occasion. You can get a more wearable and affordable version of this catwalk look at Marks and Spencers with this Per Una Floral Print cap sleeved dress. Why not try accessorising with some of the seasons brightly coloured accessories?

Delicate Florals

If you are looking for a slightly more understated floral dress, then Marks and Spencers also have a great choice of ditsy or mini floral prints in muted and pastel colours. This look works particularly well for a more relaxed weekend outfit and looks great combined with denim as seen at the D&G catwalk shows. This Autograph Weekend Pleated Floral belted dress is a relaxed choice for a lazy but very stylish Sunday afternoon.

Tropical Floral Prints

That hot tropical weather is bound to hit eventually and when it does you can really look the part with a tropical floral print dress at Marks and Spencers clothes. Neon bright floral prints combined with a bright white background were seen on the catwalk at Dior for spring and summer 2011. Marks and Spencers have their very own wearable version in the seasons must have midi skirt length. This cross over v neck floral print dress features tropical leaf designs and gives a nod to the Hawaiian shirts and feminine dresses of the fifties.

See the full floral dress collection at the Marks and Spencer website.

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What’s New For Women At Marks And Spencers In 2011

Posted by Mike Wheatley on Saturday, 15th January, 2011.

Your new look for the new year starts here with Marks and Spencers!  Check out the latest styles from Marks and Spencer that will definitely embody the new you.  For trendy women, here’s something to take note about with this year’s spring collection being much inspired by the 1970s. Marks and Spencers take pride as they unveil their pipeline of maxi hemlines, swirling prints, and A-line denim skirts that obviously has the tinge of the St. Michael label on it.

Marks and Spencer Fashion Design

Neil Hendy, Marks and Spencers’ head of design, explained that “There were so many references to the 1970s that we’ve had to split it into “70s day” and “sleek 70s.””  He differentiated between full maxi printed dresses for day and gem-coloured halter dresses for night, that brings you back to the Studio 54 era looks.

Marks and Spencer Retro Styles

Apart from the 1970s, Marks and Spencers also offers seven trends,  with most of it having the retro look as reference.  Expect wardrobes from the 1950s-inspired Coney Island sections, which includes beautiful floral print and striped dresses, to the Fluid Form rail, which emphasized minimalism and pleating.  Hendy justified the retro references by  further saying that “Decades are useful reference points for customers to understand new trends.”  The 2011 spring collection stresses the company’s commitment  to offer a wide range of looks, on which the brand, in its present “your Marks & Spencers” embodiment now specializes.  Other significant looks to be excited about include laser cut leather tops, snakeskin print / new leopard print, and a lovely red lace dress reminiscent of top London label Erdem.

Other than stylish clothes for women, Marks and Spencers also presents many exciting products that continuously boasts of its innovations, especially in the underwear department. Watch out as  these new lingeries may be too good to be kept under the wraps!

Marks and Spencer 2011 Spring Collection

This January 2011, the Multiway Lace Detail Underwired Bra was launched and it can be worn in five different ways: conventionally, halterneck, cross back, strapless and one shoulder.  It’s designed for the modern women to experience a comfortable, flattering fit, offering secure support, and great flexibility.  On the other hand, for those who prefer a non-wired bra, you may want to check out the newly available “High Impact Non-Wired Padded Sports Bra” which gives firm, gentle support during high impact activity. Marks and Spencer will also launch its  Nearly Naked bra, that uses bonding and the alleged “free cut” technology over traditional stitching, a way to eliminate the bulges around the ribcage as the straps are expected to stick to the body.

Other interesting new products for women include the Firm Control Sheer Floral Waist Cincher, a firm control knickers that gently flatten tummies in seconds,  the V-Neck Spot Mesh Full Slip / V-Neck Floral Lace Full slip, a basic fashion slip with spot mesh design / attractive floral lace design that enhance the look of your dress especially those that look see-through under light clothing, and lastly the Cotton Blend Floral Lace Multiway Crop Top, a fashionable floral lace and multi-purpose crop top that is perfect for layering.

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Why Marks and Spencer Money Vouchers Make the Perfect Gift

Posted by Mike Wheatley on Wednesday, 12th January, 2011.

Marks and Spencer moneys vouchers are truly the best gift option if you want to reward the people that matter to you most of all! Giving a voucher is an excellent way to express your appreciation for a job well done or a delightful incentive to motivate people to excel in whatever work they’re doing.

Marks and Spencer Money Vouchers

In the corporate world, it’s important to use incentives to show your employees you value their contributions and create a truly positive atmosphere in your workplace. Reward them with a money voucher from Marks and Spencer, a guaranteed powerful incentive and motivator!  With the Marks and Spencer money voucher rewards, you can trust that you’ll have a highly driven team who will aim to achieve beyond expectations and generate much-needed sales for your business.

Download the Marks and Spencer Money Voucher Order Form (For Corporate use)

Marks and Spencer money vouchers can be redeemed at any M & S store.  Go to the nearest outlet now and you’ll discover that the benefits and offers are indeed  tempting and enticing.

How To Order Marks & Spencer Money Vouchers

Ordering money vouchers for Marks and Spencer  is very simple and convenient.  You can download the ordering form from the M & S website or simply call the telephone hotlines of your nearest store. Delivery is prompt and with vouchers usually sent out the next working day following your order, though it will depend on your location, and this is also subject to the carrier’s schedule. Security is extremely important: That’s why Marks and Spencers money vouchers are delivered via highly secure couriers. For bulk orders, delivery is free. Payments can be done either through cheques, which will require 10 working days from receipt before order processing, or for more convenience you can purchase them with your credit card.

Marks and Spencer money vouchers are available in several denominations and come with free presentation wallets and envelopes. M & S genuinely understands your requirements and offers additional special services, such as delivery of Marks and Spencer money vouchers in personalized cards with envelope and cover letter, and handling of postage or distribution that will help you save time and eliminate the trouble of transacting with printers and distributors.

Whatever service you need,  you may contact the dedicated Gift Voucher team who will be more than happy and ready to assist you in every step of the way.

So what are you waiting for?  Give the best gift – a Marks and Spencer money voucher.  Money vouchers make fantastic gifts, as they can be used to purchase a wide variety of M & S goods which are universally appreciated by just about everyone.

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Adverse Weather Conditions Lead Major Retailers To Halt Online Orders During Peak Shopping Season

Posted by SuperStoreSearch Team on Tuesday, 14th December, 2010.

Wintry Weather Map of Scotland Satellite View

Wintry weather conditions has prompted the main supermarket chains and online shops to suspend online orders coming from Scotland, including Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s and internet superstore Amazon.co.uk, citing the adverse weather which brought transport links to a halt last week.

With the Christmas holiday season being one of the busiest times of the year for shopping and an estimated £6.4bn spent over the period, many of the main supermarkets and online stores have been struggling to keep up with deliveries  and the backlog that built up because of the disruption caused by the weather.

Mail couriers such as Parcel Force and Home Delivery Network were among those affected, with HDN stating deliveries were being limited or delivered later than normal, while courier Yodel was fighting to clear a 2 week backlog.

Scotland Deliveries Affected

Current information on stores which have been affected in taking orders from and delivering to Scotland and some parts of north east England:

  • Asda Direct states it is unable to deliver large items such as furniture  in time for Christmas, and orders for in-store collection have been halted in the run up to 25 December.
  • Amazon deliveries have faced similar disruptions and are being delayed in the run up to Christmas.
  • Boots suspends guaranteed Next Day delivery service but standard delivery service and in store collection services are still available.
  • Firebox cannot guarantee Next Day deliveries.
  • Marks and Spencer is no longer taking orders with home deliveries for Scotland, citing a week-long backlog
  • Sainsbury’s temporarily suspends its standard delivery service for Scotland and some parts of north east England.
  • Tesco halts all new orders from Scotland and the Scottish Isles providing similar reasons including “..a build-up of orders. However, if you have already placed an order we will do our very best to deliver your items as soon as possible.” Grocery deliveries are not affected.

The current weather forecast predicts more heavy snowfall across much of the country in the coming days, which will likely affect delivery services even further.

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