Holly Willoughbys M&S collection is here, with all the pieces you need for this weird weather
Happy Summer! At least thats what we would say if it wasnt switching from stupidly humid to pouring with rain every five minutes.
Its pretty hard to dress for these transitional times, and youve no doubt been sat at work in your sundress shivering, or stuck on the Central Line ruing the moment you popped on your jacket.
Thats where breezy staples like those in Holly Willoughbys new M&S edit come in, ensuring youre not totally naked, but also in breathable fabrics that wont make you a sweaty mess.
The collection dropped today, and if previous ones are anything to go by itll likely sell out pretty soon.
Pieces include a fashion-forward khaki boiler suit, and a monochrome shirt and dress that are perfect to take you from work to beer garden.
The vibe is relatively utilitarian, with neutral tones and plenty of hardware to make the pieces stand out from your usual basics.
Accessories are also a big focus, with bags and shoes in the Holly Loves edit to elevate your outfits all season long.
There are 13 items in the edit, but many pieces have multiple colourways. Prices start from just £4.50 for a t-shirt, too, so its not going to break the bank to get involved.
Check out our picks from the M&S Holly Loves range.
As we mentioned, its not just clothes taking centre stage in the edit.
Trainers have hit the high street in a big way recently, and theyre certainly not just for the gym. The suede detailing on these keeps them grown-up, and means they can be worn with dresses as much as jeans.
Inkeeping with the earthy-toned goodness, this bag has a faux tortoiseshell ring to make it stand out.
The small zipped pouch inside also stops you having to dig around for ages like Mary Poppins to find your house keys.
You cannot move for jumpsuits in shops at the moment, but theyre a tricky trend to pull off.
Thankfully, this cotton-blend one is nipped in at the waist to flatter your curves, and has shorter legs so it wont swallow you up.
At £69, its worth it simply for the array of pockets (we love pockets).
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