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John Lewis has always been a favourite of ours, but it is becoming even more of a national treasure with its four amazing in-house brands (Kin, ANYDAY, AND/OR, and John Lewis & Partners) offering everything from cool denim to classic cashmere and pretty print dresses.
Each range is full of covetable pieces that you'll be able to keep and wear for years.
But with the cost of living crisis at the forefront of everyone's minds, we've compiled some of the best-selling summer pieces, all under £50 – which will all be long-lasting, high-quality additions to your wardrobe.
Kin is a mix of sculptural Japanese influences and modern, clean Scandinavian style. So think unusual prints and flowing shapes that'll make people stop you and say, 'Wow, where did you get that?' Just like this stunning statement sweater, £49.
ANYDAY womenswear is also designed by John Lewis' in-house team – the vibe is easy, everyday styles (think sweaters, leggings, knits) as well as trend-driven pieces at affordable price points (we love this dreamy, ditzy print dress for £30). But with sustainability key, much of the polyester is recycled and the viscose used is Ecovero which is from sustainable sources.
John Lewis' AND/OR brand caters to a slightly younger audience and is all about helping customers build a versatile, modern wardrobe and attain a high-end look (see this gorgeous gingham top, £49, as an example) without having to remortgage your house to afford it.
Then of course there's the John Lewis & Partners range. Think wardrobe staples in clean, simple styles and bold colours plus tonal neutrals that can be easily mixed and matched – just like this versatile sweater, £29.
John Lewis really has thought of everyone – and that's why so many popular styles are flying out the door, both virtually and in-store.
Be quick because it really is a case of 'you snooze you lose'...
Our pick of John Lewis' women's summer styles under £50
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