Marks & Spencer’s Holly Willoughby-approved purple ‘winter coat of dreams’ is BACK in stock
Marks & Spencer's purple longline coat is back in stock – and it's got the fashion seal of approval from Holly Willoughby.
The gorgeous style is single-breasted with tortoiseshell buttons and two front pockets.
Finishing just below the knee, it's the ultimate cosy style, ideal for the frosty temperatures.
Whether it's dressed up or down, it'll add the perfect pop of colour to your winter wardrobe.
And the best part? You can order it just in time for Christmas.
- Single breasted coat, £89, Marks & Spencer – buy now
Priced at £89, the coat is also available in "Ochre" – a chic mustard-yellow shade.
And not only is it approved by Holly Willoughby, but Vogue Williams has also been spotted wearing it AND it's receiving rave reviews online.
One customer wrote: "I wanted this after seeing Erica Davies wearing on Instagram.
"It’s a great colour, excellent quality for the price and good fit."
While another dubbed it a "triumph for M&S".
"I have bought this for my daughter-in-law, it is a style that goes across the ages, she is 30 and I would wear this too at 70," they wrote.
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Just when we thought our animal print obsession couldn’t get any bigger, we saw this leopard print and purple coat combination. What’s more @hollywilloughby loves it saying, “Winter doesn’t mean you have to wear dark colours. This lilac coat is a piece that’ll make me feel uplifted and wonderful all through the season. It’s a bit of fun. The leopard skirt is quite bold but why not wear them together? It’s an exciting look.” Tap to shop.
"It is a classic style without being too frumpy, the material has a good feel to it and is soft to touch.
"It can be worn for a casual day trip or for an evening out.
"For value I don't think it can be bettered.
"This is a triumph for M&S and I hope more of this style and quality will be made in the future."
We have a feeling it will sell out quickly, so if you fancy getting your hands on it, you best be quick!
Earlier this week, we told you Boohoo has been accused of Photoshopping and ‘putting butt pads’ on skinny models to promote plus-size range.
We also revealed Topshop’s £29 pearl bag is a Christmas must-have – and it’s set to sell out.
And we told you Sam Faiers has denied ‘stealing designs’ for her new kids’ clothing line off a small family firm… after ‘requesting freebies’ off them for TWO YEARS.
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