Marks and Spencer shoppers go wild for ‘elegant’ winter coat that will ‘last forever’

A winter coat from Marks and Spencer' is making waves among shoppers, with many claiming it makes them feel 'slimmer' and will last 'forever'.

As the chilly season approaches, this £69 coat, available in caramel and black, has received over 100 glowing reviews.

One happy customer shared: "Nice smart coat that I imagine makes me a little slimmer (well we can hope!). Nice fabric and cut. Good value for money".

Another penned: "Beautiful coat, looks elegant and will last forever. I'm so pleased with this, can wear for both casual and smart, love it!".

A third wrote: "I am a petite fitting and this coat fits perfectly! The material feels luxurious and I love the warm caramel colour".

According to M&S's website, "This single-breasted coat is a cold-weather go-to. The tailored fit with subtle darts creates a smart feel, while a concealed popper fastening keeps the silhouette sleek. Featuring two front pockets and one inside to keep your essentials safe."

Meanwhile, Primark's latest winter collection is also impressing shoppers. They're selling a £42 coat with a fleece interior for extra warmth. TikTok user Hannah Brown showcased the coat to her 133,000 followers.

The post quickly gained over 46,000 likes, with fans showering her with compliments. One fan commented: "How has she made every outfit look so expensive and classy."

Another admirer wrote: "Love all these outfits," while another chimed in with: "You look so beautiful in EVERYTHING."

Primark's website describes the jacket as: "Arriving in a neutral colourway that's perfect for creating wintry ensembles with warm nuances, this faux shearling jacket ought to make its way onto your wish list."

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