I did a huge F&F haul on the grocery run – everyone says I make Tesco clothes look expensive and chic

A BARGAIN-HUNTING fashionista popped into Tesco to pick up items for dinner and still managed to come out with a budget clothing haul.

Emma O’Donnell, from Glasgow, paid a visit to the supermarket last week and couldn’t resist a browse along the F&F aisles.

Emma O'Donnell shared her Tesco clothing haul with followers


Emma O’Donnell shared her Tesco clothing haul with followersCredit: Instagram @a_mothers_tale
Fashion fans were loving Emma's 'chic' picks


Fashion fans were loving Emma’s ‘chic’ picksCredit: Instagram @a_mothers_tale
The mum had only nipped in for groceries but came out with a huge haul


The mum had only nipped in for groceries but came out with a huge haulCredit: Instagram @a_mothers_tale
Emma said she struggled to 'whittle down' her picks


Emma said she struggled to ‘whittle down’ her picksCredit: Instagram @a_mothers_tale

And she wasn’t disappointed as she shared her purchases with followers online.

The mum-of-three, 36, said: “Nipped in for the dinner can home with these.

“They had some lovely stuff in. Was hard to whittle it down.”

Emma – a social media blogger – managed to fill a whole bag with her finds which were hailed as “so chic” by fashion fans.

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I’m plus-size and tried on jeggings from different supermarkets

Her haul included a tan leather wrap skirt (£32) and cream jersey body (£22) from Frankie Bridge’s range.

She also picked up a grey midi dress, grey sweatshirt, gym leggings and a black backpack.

A video of her Tesco shopping spree has racked up more than 100,000 views since it was posted on TikTok and Instagram (instagram.com/a_mothers_tale/reels/”>@a_mothers_tale).

And social media users have rushed to compliment Emma over her flattering finds.

One said: “Urgh you need to take me shopping, I’m hopeless.”

Another wrote: “You find the nicest stuff. You could make a bin bag look good.”

A third agreed: “You would look good in a bin bag, every outfit you buy/try just looks incredible.”

A fourth gushed: “Omg can’t believe that first outfit is from Tesco, I NEED it.”

Meanwhile, another added: “You look great in everything! I was tempted by the grey jumper today and I think you’ve sold it to me.”

We told earlier how Emma managed to bag five outfits in Primark for £80.

The fashion-loving mum took advantage of the sales to bag a chunky knitted cardigan for just £7.

She also picked up a burnt orange jumper dress, green joggers, cream knitted top, patterned corset and oversized blazer in her bargain haul.

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