A FASHION fanatic has hailed a Poundland lounge set as the perfect autumn outfit – insisting it's just as comfy as pyjamas.
Ash Reid, from Glasgow, regularly shares her shopping hauls and outfit inspiration on social media, Ash – Mama Reid.
In a recent Instagram post, the savvy mum paired a fine grey knitted two-piece with an oversized leather jacket and trainers for a walk with her dog.
She said: "I’m all about the autumnal knitwear, particularly when it feels as comfy as pyjamas.
"This little grey two-piece looks like Zara/H&M but in reality it’s a bargain from Pep&Co at Poundland."
The mum of two added: "It’s always worth a look when you’re grabbing your essentials.
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"My fav pair of leather leggings are from there and they were only £8."
It's not the first time Ash has praised the £22 set.
After picking it up last winter, she told followers: "This really reminds me of the sets they had in Zara maybe last year I think it was. It’s these really fine knitted tops and trousers. £22
"This is something I can quite honestly see myself living in. It’s a really nice floaty material. I’m very, very impressed."
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And fashion fans are loving it, with one gushing: "I do love a bargain. I'll be popping in for sure now."
A second wrote: "You're looking incredible, roll on the full autumn season."
A third added: "Ohh love your wee set."
Meanwhile, a fourth said: "Totally here for the cosy vibes."
Poundland’s clothing brand Pep&Co is a value clothing chain, owned and operated by their parent company Pepkor.
The brand was created by former Asda chief executive Andy Bond and former head of Sainsbury's clothing business Adrian Mountford.
Their budget clothes start from £4, and anything from trousers, to dresses and tops can all be purchased from them.
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