How to kit yourself out in Marks & Spencer outfits like the Cymru squad
When the Football Association of Wales announced Marks & Spencer were supporting Cymru at the 2022 FIFA World Cup by supplying outfits to the players to wear during official engagements at the tournament, fans immediately sprung into action.
Following the players being pictured in official squad photos in a studio and at the Cardiff City Stadium wearing product from the Autograph and M&S Collection ranges eager members of The Red Wall started to track down the outfits.
Chosen by the team because of the relaxed and versatile aesthetic that allows the 26 man squad to reflect their own personal style off the pitch, the players chose smart green overshirts, while Robert Page and his staff were dressed in grey jackets.
Now the outfits have proved popular with supporters as World Cup fever spreads across the nation.
Well this just happened 😂
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— CymruRetro (@CymruRetro) November 15, 2022
Can’t believe I’ve found myself trying on an official @FAWales travel top🤔could wear it for going down the pub? Need the badge though.. pic.twitter.com/HqCeeOflhv
— Bryn (@BrynLaw) November 16, 2022
All products are available online and in-store now and these are the links to the items of clothing you need…
Cotton Blend Overshirt
Cotton Blend Zip Pocket Joggers
Premium Cotton T-shirt
Textured Jersey Jacket
Slim Fit Italian Stretch Chinos
Leather Lace Up Trainers
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Surprising to see under 65s wearing M&S clothing.
Now imagine the same outfit under grey hair on a big bellied man walking with his hands behind his back (why DO they do that?!)