Shoppers love affordable M&S thermals that are ‘toasty warm’ and ‘save heating costs’

While thermal clothing can be expensive, the entire M&S range is below £30, so shoppers can stock up on vests, tshirts and leggings for less.

With energy bills rising, many are looking for ways to stay warm without breaking the bank, especially with months of winter still to come.

Marks and Spencers is a favourite for many around the Christmas period, with festive food, drink and gifts proving popular with shoppers.

Recently, with the colder season upon us and with energy bills rising, shoppers have been looking for products that could help avoid heating the whole house while still keeping themselves warm.

With hundreds of reviews being added in the last few months, shoppers have recently discovered how affordable and effective the store’s range of thermals are.

Buy: M&S Thermals

Included in the range are long sleeved tops, bodysuits, leggings and socks.

The Heatgen Plus™ Thermal Long Sleeve Top is only £16 and features soft, brushed inner fabric that’s lightweight and acts as a base layer under clothing.

The material also features added stretch so the piece fits closely to the body, avoiding bunching under clothing.

The top is also available in a turtleneck version, as matching leggings or as a bodysuit, which can be worn on it’s own or layered under other clothing items.

Reviews on the Heatgen Plus™ Thermal Long Sleeve Top saw some shoppers calling it ‘super cosy and comfy’.

Voice2000 said: ”I discovered these tops a couple of year ago and wear them every day in autumn and winter. A thin fitted layer that fits under most jumpers.”

Hunter4a commented: ”Love these thermal tops, great under a gilet when it’s a bit nippy and under a jumper when the weather turns colder.”

ChrisC55 also added: ”I love these thermal tops, nice and fleecy on the inside and super cosy and comfy! I now have a few of them! Thoroughly recommend!”

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