See how our favourite trendsetters are styling the latest arrivals from the curated selection of brands at Marks & Spencer, from vintage-inspired dresses by Nobody’s Child to sophisticated separates by Jigsaw
Best for: mood-boosting colour and print
Match your wardrobe to the new-season's optimistic mood with Nobody’s Child’s spring collection. The ‘dopamine dressing’ trend is all about creating looks with the intention of boosting your mood through colour, texture or pattern. Amy Ramirez, also known as @toks_amy, brightens up her micro-print midi dress with a bubblegum-pink belted wool coat for an outfit to lift spirits on overcast days.
Jack & Jones
Best for: casual staples and an urban sensibility
Jack & Jones has become a go-to for versatile everyday wear. Make like Lapheal Sterling and refresh your wardrobe with a versatile Harrington jacket. Cut in a slim fit with a collared neckline and large pockets for a utilitarian aesthetic, it pulls together even the most of simple of looks. Lapheal’s light-grey sweatshirt and joggers create a neutral base to allow the navy jacket to pop.
Best for: timeless wardrobe staples
Founded in 1970, Jigsaw’s design ethos is centred around quality, craftsmanship and enduring style. You’ll find all the cornerstones of a capsule wardrobe in the new range, including this timeless Breton jumper, as seen on Liv Blankson. It is perfect for days at home teamed with cargo trousers, or dressed up with tailored trousers for the office.
Best for: easy elegance
Known for its clean lines, timeless detailing and easy-to-wear palette, Jaeger has cemented its status as a British heritage brand to be seen in. This cut-out maxi dress typifies the label’s much-loved aesthetic: designed to flatter with a round neck, swing skirt and cut-out detail at the front, as seen on M&S Insider Caley. Try it with boots now and tan sandals later.
Words: Michelle Chai