27 Polished Spring Finds From Marks and Spencer, Mango and Jigsaw

Another week, another brilliant dose of new-season fashion from our favourite brands. It's become pretty evident to us that the shops are in spring mode, as there has been an influx of sandals, rattan bags and short hemlines that have been merchandised at every storefront. Online, it's much of the same, with new-in sections that are flooded with colour and lightweight fabrics such as linen and tulle. It's dreamy. And, right now, there are three new-in sections that we keep looping back to…

Mango, Jigsaw, Marks and Spencer Spring Collections: Erica Davies wears Marks & Spencer



Jigsaw has always been the place we get our polished separates from, and its spring/summer 2020 collection is one of it's strongest yet. Marks and Spencer looks equally chic, with colour-blocking serving as its main focus for the season. And then there's Mango, which we can always rely on to provide the coolest grown-up takes on the top trends.

As such, we've whittled down the most premium-looking pieces from all three brands for your shopping pleasure. Keep scrolling and you'll soon have the most elegant spring wardrobe around.


This dress will look gorgeous paired with burgundy knee-high boots. 

This cream miniskirt will be the base for so many excellent spring outfits. 

Green hues are all the rage for spring 2020. 

The detailing on this blouse looks so expensive. 

Leopard prints will never date. 

…but it's even more adorable worn with the matching halter top. 

If you haven't already invested in a pair of heeled mules, we recommend doing so with this set. 

Straight-leg jeans get a cool update with the addition of a ruffle waist. 


You'll wear this cropped coat right through until summer. 

Loafers needn't always be black. 

These directional shades will amp up any ensemble. 

In case you missed the memo, you outright need a polo shirt this season. 

The colour of this is so dreamy. 

This shirt will look just as cool with jeans as it will belted and layered over a printed midi skirt. 

A yellow bag will instantly brighten a tonal outfit. 

Contrast-stitching is a detail we find hard to resist. 


By far our favourite blazer of spring/summer 2020 so far. 

Wear this underneath your favourite dresses until the warm weather kicks in. 

If we still have to wear a coat, it better be this one. 

We'll be buying these and the matching blazer as a matter of urgency. 

Add a Breton stripe for extra insulation. 

No, these aren't designer. We couldn't believe it either. 

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