When it comes to high-quality, affordable fashion M&S reigns supreme on the British high street.
The likes of Twiggy and Alexa Chung are just some of the celebrities who have collaborated on stunning collections with the high street retailer, who continues to surprise us – year after year – with premium, on-trend designs that we adore.
There are some exceptional pieces at M&S this season, with styles that incorporate some of the hottest trends right now (think yellow tones and flared jeans).
Many of the pieces show such remarkable tailoring and attention to detail that they could easily pass for high-end designs, and we just can’t get enough!
From beautiful floral bomber jackets to Seventies-style yellow midi skirts, we’ve rounded up the best M&S clothes that have just hit the rails this week, so you can snap them up before it’s too late…
Yellow is set to become the “it” colour of spring – you can look to dresses in La La Land and the new Beauty and the Beast for confirmation of that – so jump on the trend early. This super flattering midi skirt will attract attention and make you stand out from the crowd… for all the right reasons!
outfit some street cred with this statement bomber jacket. We all know Mary Berry’s a big fan of these! Floral prints are
big for spring, so this feminine jacket is an easy way to boost an everyday look.
A shirt dress is brilliant if you’re looking for an easy way to vamp up your everyday outfits – worn over tights or skinny jeans, this colourful floral design is ultra-feminine and is a great transitional piece.
Colour blocking is a huge trend for 2017 and this chic shift dress is the perfect addition to your work wardrobe for spring. The angled yellow panel (yes, that’s on trend too) will enhance your silhoueter, by creating the illusion of a nipped-in waistline.
The midi-length style is a top trend for 2017, and this dainty dress is perfect for transitioning into the warmer months. Its relaxed fit is perfect for skimming over any problem area, and the long sleeves are very of-the-moment.