Holly Willoughby is back with another round of MUST HAVES with Marks and Spencer. My last blogpost on Holly’s MUST HAVES proved very popular with you – it’s a great price-point, easy to wear pieces that you can mix and match in with your existing wardrobe.

I’ve taken a look at the latest suggestions – these items showcase how a capsule range can be worked in numerous ways, this is important if you are not a confident shopper. Getting ‘cost per wear‘ from any garment you buy is the most important reason to purchase, and this range truly offers versatile mileage out of each piece.

So the items I’m loving are below and first up it’s the camel coat. If you’ve not yet purchased one you really can’t go wrong with this colour, it is such a great neutral and can add a stylish chic touch to even the most casual outfit.

I’m loving this, especially the price-point too – great value for money.

Textured Longline Overcoat


If you are looking for a new suit to the office, look no further than this two-piece. I really loved the quality and if you have invested in one of those chocolate brown or rusty red Teddy coats for this season, that would look absolutely fabulous worn draped over the shoulders with this.

Tailored Double Breasted Blazer – £129
Tailored Straight Leg Trousers – £69

This dress below was a dream when I put it on, fabulous full angled skirt that drapes in such a flattering way, no pockets I’m afraid to say. Would be perfect to wear with stilettos, shoe boots or knee high boots – a very versatile piece. The blue colours did not suit my complexion… if this had been available say in leopard print or red tones I would have bought it! Great fit and true to size.

Checked Fit and Flare Midi Dress


Next up is the M&S campaign outfit and whilst this has been designed for the hourglass ladies amongst us, I think you have to be careful. It didn’t suit me, my bust is too big and I found the belt wouldn’t cinch in tight enough to define my waist… it was sitting too high. I love this look but I think you have to be a slim hourglass with a petite bust line and quite long in the body to make this look good Or a straight body trying to add definition to the waistline. Great value for money and sizing true to fit.

Ribbed Button Detail Funnel Neck Jumper – £25
Checked Pencil Skirt – £39.50

I wasn’t sure that this next dress would be my cup of tea, I didn’t really warm to it on the hanger but I knew the colourings were perfect for those with warm skin tones (like me) which made me think I ought to at least try it. I was really pleasantly surprised with how much I loved it once I got it on, and better yet I had to downsize by one, which always makes you feel good! The sleeves are nice and flowy, I know that I will be able to get a polo neck on underneath if I need to layer it up, and again it can be worn with stilettos, shoe boots or knee high boots. Teamed either with a blazer for work or a biker jacket for date night, it’s going to be a versatile piece. I didn’t buy on the day, but I plan to buy it – it’s a 10/10 from me.

Printed Midi Shirt Dress


Now did you notice just how lovely the changing room was? Well the M&S in Westfield Shopping Centre in White City, London have the first of their Fit & Style studios; it’s free to use and it’s the perfect environment if you want to make a shopping experience extra special, say for someone’s birthday or if you fancy treating yourself. It was lovely to have someone there helping, guiding and also having much more space whilst trying on. I highly recommend to use if you’re there.

One final thought…. I did see that some of the last MUST HAVE collection is still in store, so if you want to recap or you didn’t get a chance to read my previous post on Holly Willoughby’s Must Haves from M&S Collection, then simply click here.

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