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For decades M&S' clothing has been a sartorial high street favourite.
While we've all relied on M&S own brand buys over the years, the high street retailer has now started to introduce other clothing labels alongside its core Autograph and Per Una collections.
As part of it's Never the Same Again programme, M&S will be partnering with several brands under the banner 'Brands at M&S'.
Nobody's Child, Ghost and Finery London, launched on M&S online earlier this year, and now the list of new labels has expanded even further.
Shop the new brands at M&S
The high street store known for its flattering cuts and occasion wear has just dropped over 80 items on M&S, including pretty floral dresses perfect for the new season and ensembles ready for any special occasions you may have coming up.
Our top pick: Phase Eight Leaf Print Midi Shirt Dress | £99 from M&S
The contemporary British brand’s latest collection is filled with punchy prints and statement hues, with M&S stocking everything from its stylish midi dresses to wedge espadrilles and casual denim jackets.
Our top pick: Hobbs Floral Shirt Dress | £89 from M&S
If you’ve never heard of Sosandar we highly suggest you have a browse of the brand at M&S. The affordable label has a whole host of celebrity fans including Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton and Susanna Reid. With prices starting at just £25, it’s easy to find a little pick-me-up to add to your basket.
Our top pick: Sosandar Drawstring Straight Leg Joggers | £35 from M&S
Back in February, Finery London launched an exclusive 20-piece edit at M&S, which has now been expanded. If you’re after a new trendy dress for spring, we suggest having a scroll as the British brand is known for its eye-catching, flattering and timeless silhouettes. Plus, it's affordable, with the majority of designs costing under £50.
Our top pick: Finery London Crepe Printed Ruffle Midi Tea Dress | £69 from M&S
Nobody’s Child was the first special guest brand to launch at M&S in October 2020 and has since gone from strength to strength. While the brand stocks everything from cosy loungewear to wardrobe basics, it’s the label's affordable and trend-led dresses that have proven most popular. The frocks have even got the seal of approval from Holly Willoughby on several occasions, as she has worn the designs on This Morning. Plus, Nobody’s Child prices start at just £14.
Our top pick: Nobody’s Child Floral Midi Waisted Dress | £39 from M&S
Not to be confused with The White Company, The White Stuff is a British retailer founded in 1985 by two men during a ski trip. The fashion brand has gone on to expand their collection from T-shirts to dungarees, jeans, accessories, for men, women and children.
Our top pick: Denim Cropped Dungarees | £59 from Marks and Spencer
Jaeger is a go-to brand for occasion-wear. The English fashion label caters for men and women, and prides itself on using high quality fabric and natural fibres. Whether you are looking for classic shirts and blouses, blazers or chic dresses, Jaeger has you covered.
Our top pick: Pure Linen Printed Belted Midi Swing Dress | £135 from Marks and Spencer
Seasalt Cornwall celebrates its 40th birthday this year, which says a lot about the success of the brand. Inspired by traditional workwear, such as fishermen's smocks and pullovers, this label prides itself on comfortable, practical and versatile clothing, as well as sustainability.
Our top pick: Cotton Relaxed Longline Raincoat | £140 from Marks and Spencer
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