Shop the new Marks & Spencer autumn collection

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Photo credit: Marks & Spencer
Photo credit: Marks & Spencer

The Autumn / Winter collection from Marks & Spencer officially launched instore and online this week, and along with hundreds of stunning new pieces, you might recognise a few familiar favourites.

The collection is pegged as "Anything but Ordinary," and includes cosy quilted coats with Stormwear™ technology to keep you dry in a downpour, thoroughly modern midi dresses in joyful floral prints and perfect-fit jeans made using responsibly sourced cotton and less water.

Fans will likely remember this muted pink coat, which was a huge hit in 2013, selling out even after it was restocked twice. You can get your hands on the coverup for £65 – but we’d suggest being quick about it.

There are also plenty of new floral dresses in the collection, one of which was modelled by M&S brand ambassador Holly Willoughby at the launch party earlier this week.

It’s been reported that Holly doesn’t have an edit this season, but model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has teamed up with the brand for her ninth “Rosie for Autograph” lingerie collection.

Speaking of which, the M&S underwear collection remains the number one seller, with the company selling over 24 million bras a year. This season you can expect more designs from a new Boutique brand, along with cosy PJs and loungewear.

Back in October 2020, M&S teamed up with Ghost London to create a capsule women’s and children's wear collection which has been incredibly popular. The A/W collection includes a host of brand new tea-dresses, wrap dresses and jumpsuits that are bound to be super popular.

Along with all their own brand clothing and partnership collections, there are also plenty of third-party clothing brands on the M&S website, including Nobody’s Child, Seasalt, Hobbs, Phase Eight and Joules.

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