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We asked four in-the-know women from M&S head office to show us how they’ll be styling Holly Willoughby’s new denim edit

“I love the boiler suit trend. They’re super comfy (size up like me for a looser fit), and a denim one like this is the perfect casual day-to-day outfit. There is a huge array of styling options for this Holly Must-Have. Team it with white trainers like I have for a more casual look, or dress it up with a nice pair of heeled ankle boots and you’ve got your office-to-bar outfit sorted.”

Dominique Maynard, footwear buying admin assistant

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“I love a good shirt dress, and the shape of this Holly Must-Have denim version is very flattering. For the colder weather, I’ve layered it over a roll neck and popped a navy blazer on top. It also works nicely with a waist belt, ankle boots and a brightly coloured handbag – the styling options are endless.”

Michelle Carrick, designer

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“A good denim shirt is a wardrobe staple, and I love the pretty, feminine ruffles on this one. The pale blue colour makes it perfect for rocking the double denim trend – this works best if you have two shades of denim, darker and lighter, like I’m wearing here. With two kids and a busy job, I don’t have a huge amount of time to think about my outfits, which is why Holly’s denim edit is perfect for me – everything works together with zero effort required!”

Rachel Sullivan, head of content, @marksandspencer_rachel

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“Just like my jeans, this denim dress is set to be one of the hardest-working pieces in my wardrobe. I’m constantly rushing in the morning, so I love a dress I can just throw on with tights and still look pulled together. At the same time, it offers plenty of styling options: layered over a striped T-shirt or roll neck, worn with high-heeled ankle boots or, when it finally gets warm again, with bare legs and sandals.”

Sophie Hines, fashion editor

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Editor: Sophie Hines Stylist: Tamala Ayres Photographer: Michael Gayton

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