Shoppers are calling for Tesco’s clothing range to be available online again after the supermarket shared a photo of its new spring range. The collection from F&F Clothing, Tesco’s own fashion range, is set to hit UK stores from this week.
According to F&F’s Instagram post – which has gained over four thousand likes – the new collection features a range of blue tones and striped numbers. The rail in the photo shows items such as a cardigan, a shirt-jacket (shirt), jeans and t-shirts perfect for the next season.
Sharing the image last week, F&F Clothing said, “From seafoam to dusty blue, these shades have spring written all over them. Available in stores next week.” The release caused a stir among fans, with the spring-inspired color range reminding shoppers of the warmer months ahead.
Read more: Homebase returns to Bristol with NEXT garden center
The supermarket clothing brand has amassed over half a million followers on Instagram, with many taking to the comments section to share their thoughts on the new range.
The seafoam shirt in particular got people talking. Related blogger Harriet Shearsmith, who uses Instagram under the username @tobyandroo, commented, “Love this color scheme.”
Instagram users @clairepostance and @elliejayne100 were among several people wanting Tesco clothes to be available to buy online. Although customers can browse clothing lines on the Tesco website, they have to go to the nearest Tesco supermarket to make their purchase after the F&F clothing site closed several years ago.
Commenting on the new collection, @feetaylor49 said, “Looks lovely. Too bad they don’t do it online anymore.” @mulletabbi also said she loved the range of clothes but wished she could order online, while @ms.louise.ma wrote, “I got this and it’s beautiful.”
Several others pointed out how they were deterred from buying Tesco clothes in-store due to the lack of changing rooms. Sharing interest in the new collection, @paul0973 said, “Love it all, but you can’t try anything on in stores these days which can put people off buying anything.”
Subscribe to our Bulletin What’s on in Bristol filled with essential stories to help you get the most out of city life
Another user @dipsydii commented asking the retailer to reopen locker rooms. @joanna_1959 said it was “very annoying that many stores have closed changing rooms making it difficult to buy anything if you don’t live near a store”.
Tesco tweeted in September last year in response to a customer request asking when changing rooms would reopen at UK branches. They said: “The changing rooms are slowly reopening but have been closed due to the pandemic. We also have a change of mind policy if you wish to return anything that has not been worn with tags as they cannot be tried on in store.”
Read more: The Range is selling fake plants for £9.99 that buyers ‘can’t believe’ aren’t real
Also Read: B&M Advantage Buy Lets Man Transform Living Room
More shopping: Lidl named UK’s cheapest supermarket in February, beating Aldi to top spot