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Summer is all about effortless mix & match
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May '10
Marks & Spencer Al-Futtaim, a leader in family fashion, beauty, food and home ware, announced that its Summer Favourites collection will be available in stores throughout the region from 27th May, in time for the summer season.

For women, cool neutrals and splashes of colour make mixing and matching effortless. Summer Favourites makes it easy to create a series of fresh and flattering looks that will see everyone through the summer in style. Black or White trousers can be teamed with printed blouses to create the perfect monochrome look, or livened with a shift dress in purple and mustard colours.

Kidswear is all about summer fun, with denim cut-offs and cropped trousers the ideal accompaniment to bold and bright t-shirts that feature lively prints and patterns.

Menswear focuses on clean and simple pieces that pull together your essential summer look in an instant. Blue Harbour polos and t-shirts are available in bright and sun-friendly colours such as blue, white and stone. A wide variety of colours in swim shorts also make you pool and beach ready!

Natasha Tulsi, Marketing Manager, Marks & Spencer, said: “The Summer Favourites collection is the perfect way to look fantastic throughout the summer. The easy-to-wear items that can be paired with one another provide endless possibilities to look great with minimum effort – updating your wardrobe this season couldn't be easier!”

Summer Favourites also provides an opportunity for homeware updates. Barbeques and picnics come to life with cyan and magenta outdoor dinnerware, while vibrant striped beach towels make any day out a brighter occasion. For weekend breaks, purple-trimmed cabin cases add a smart and funky edge.

The Marks & Spencer Summer Favourites collection will be available in all 13 Marks & Spencer Al-Futtaim stores in the Middle East from 27 May.

Marks & Spencer Al-Futtaim

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