This Victoria Beckham-esque M&S trench coat has shoppers swooning

After a gorgeous summer trench coat? M&S has you covered

M&S trench coat
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An M&S trench coat has stolen the hearts of high street shoppers, receiving heaps of five-star reviews and being dubbed "very Victoria Beckham". 

The beloved British retailer shared a snap of the M&S Collection Tencel Relaxed Trench Coat with Cotton on Instagram, prompting plenty of comments from swooning followers. 

"This trench coat is the perfect summer layering piece, especially when the weather is being so unpredictable," the caption says, beside the snap of London fashion blogger Hayley Karseras wearing the super chic piece with a pair of bright white jeans and black high-top Converse trainers, perfectly demonstrating how to wear a trench coat.

"That is a seriously good coat. Yes please M&S, more of that," one commenter wrote in response to the shot.

"Very Victoria Beckham?? gorgeous," penned another, referring to fashion and beauty mogul VB's penchant for an elegant trench.

The M&S offering mimics the timeless style of iconic Burberry trench coats, providing a similar look of maturity and effortlessness, with an affordable price tag.

The £69 piece is available in both a classic beige and a dusty pink, in sizes 6 to 24 on the M&S website and in-store now. 

M&S trench coat

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M&S Collection Tencel Relaxed Trench Coat with Cotton, £69 | M&S

M&S Collection Tencel Relaxed Trench Coat with Cotton, £69 | M&S

Available in vanilla and dusted pink, this timeless piece is a wardrobe staple for spring and summer days in the UK, providing an endlessly classy edge to any outfit. 

The double-breasted coat features a relaxed fit, breathable fabric, comfy lining and horn buttons, along with a detachable belt around the waist, a statement collar and buckled cuffs and shoulder details. 

There's plenty of five-star reviews online already, with shoppers advising others to buy a size down from their usual when adding the coat to their virtual basket, explaining it has a slightly oversized fit. 

M&S trench coat

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Recommending it to others and giving it five stars, one reviewer penned, "I have wanted another trench for sometime without the heavy structure like the one I have. This didn’t disappoint. 

"Soft material with a flow and movement. I read the reviews so sized down, in fact I think I could had gone down to another size, but thinking of autumn to winter wearing a jumper, I kept the size I ordered."

"Good price for a hot trend right now. Over sized fit but not massive and it should be on the looser side for this style. I think the linen blend material is lovely for this in between weather. Creases slightly but what doesn’t with linen? Very happy with this purchase," another wrote. 

If you're keen to snap the M&S trench up, you'll get free standard delivery plus free returns if it's not up your street when you try it on at home.

Caitlin Elliott
Caitlin Elliott

Caitlin is Junior News Editor for woman&home, covering all things royal, celeb, fashion, beauty and lifestyle. 


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