There are plenty of reasons why we love Marks & Spencer - not only do they use good quality materials (which is hard to find these days) but the high street giant is constantly on top of chic trends and genius collaborations - their latest being eco-friendly fashion brand, Nobody's Child.
As of now, you can shop some of the best pieces by Nobody's Child on the M&S website. The retailer has added the label to their roster of online offerings in a bid to have more sustainable fashion available and you'll be pleasantly surprised by their purse-friendly price points.
From a £35 seasonal midi dresses to trendy wide leg trousers priced at £29, the brand new collection is bound to be a new favourite among shoppers.
The addition is part of M&S' "never the same again" programme, an initiative that aims to introduce guest brands to the site, giving them a platform to appeal to a wider shopping audience.
The retailer picked Nobody's Child as the first brand to introduce and make available for their customers as their commitment to ethical and sustainable fashion aligns with Marks & Spencer's values.
“M&S.com will be opened to complementary brands to broaden appeal and help turbocharge online growth," said M&S director Stephen Langford. “Nobody’s Child has been selected as our first brand to test this model using a curated range from its wider offer which we think will resonate with our customers.”
Nobody's Child is currently available to shop exclusively on the M&S website, with 44 stylish pieces to slip in your online basket (or wish list!). The brand will be joining M&S signature in-house labels Per Una and Autograph, with prices ranging from £26 to £45.
As for the designs, you can expect everything from gorgeous prints and autumnal colours, to patterned skirts, blouses and culottes, as well as wardrobe staples like jumpers and cardigans. So what are you waiting for? Let the shopping commence!
Sagal is a journalist, specialising in lifestyle, pop culture, fashion and beauty. She has written for a number of publications including Vogue, Glamour, Stylist, Evening Standard, Bustle, You Magazine, Dazed and Wonderland to name a few.
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