The colder weather is pretty much behind us, but there is still some chilly days ahead of us, so what better time to treat yourself to a new coat? At PlusMinus we are all about the new and the now, and like to keep our finger on the pulse and one brand that has recently caught our eye is good old Marks and Spencer.

It is no secret that the stalwart of the British high street has been struggling in years gone by. Well, this has lit a fire under the design team at M&S and they have been producing incredible collections. The autograph collections serve runway looks at high street prices, and the recent collaboration with Holly Willoughby has literally sold out.

With all of this in mind, we have compiled 9 Marks and Spencer coats that look like they’re straight off the catwalk…

1. Checked Double Breasted Coat

This coat combines big season trends for coats, checks and trenches. We love the colours in this checked number, and the lightness of the fabric means it will be very versatile.

2. Navy Double Breasted Peacoat with Wool

Who doesn’t love a classic Navy blue coat, and this is certainly the one for us. Navy will go with everything. We love the longer length of this pea coat, making it super easy to wear.

3. Herringbone Wrap Coat

This not only looks like the most comfortable and easy to wear coat, but it is a dead ringer for this MaxMara Coat saving you £3091- what can we say, we love a bargain.

4. Curve Trench Coat

Trench coats were seen all over the catwalks for this season and for next, so this staple will work for you well into next season. There are loads on offer to suit all shapes and sizes, and we love the warm tan shade of this Curve option.

5. Black Faux Leather Biker JacketFaux Leather Biker Jacket

Not a coat person? Well, don’t worry because we think this biker jacket is the perfect chic alternative to a full-length coat. We love the classic black colour, and it is cruelty-free – a perfect combination!

6. Pale Pink Borg Biker Jacket

PALE PINK BORG. Do we need to say any more? Well in case we do, we love this coat for its colour and the length- cozy and practical.

7. Jacquard Single Breasted Coat

We love this alternative to a checked pattern. This 80s silhouette, which is kept modern and fresh with a great fit, is amazing. We know this would work perfectly in all our wardrobes.

8. Cornflower Wool Blend Single Breasted CoatWool Blend Single Breasted Coat

This is one of Holly Willoughby’s picks for the season, and we can see why. We love this pale blue lightweight coat, perfect for cooler days or layering with knitwear.

9. Double Breasted Trench Coat

Blue is one of the undeniable spring colours, and we are obsessed with this Periwinkle version of a classic mac. We will be wearing it for years.