Marks & Spencer has unveiled a new lilac coat and Instagram fans are going wild

Stunning new coat alert!

Remember last year when Marks & Spencer dropped a lilac coat and it sold out almost immediately? Well, prepare for another stampede because there's a new lilac coat taking your Instagram feed by storm for winter 2019 and it's all because of influencer Zeena Shah (aka @heartzeena on Instagram). The gorgeous coat is from the recently refreshed Per Una collection and Zeena teamed the colourful coat with a cable knit polo neck jumper, a floral midi skirt, pink socks and pair of lace-up boots. Shop the look below... 

The "all new Per Una" collection is filled to the brim with stunning pieces for Autumn/Winter, and M&S is counting on bringing a new cooler shopper to the range. We think Zeena will certainly do that - if you love colour and fun accessories, you need to follow her on Instagram

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The influencer told HELLO!: "I just love the lilac twist on a classic tweed adding some colour for the autumn. I love wearing colour especially during the cold months and for me, a colourful classic coat is definitely a winner. It’s a really flattering cut too and has deep pockets so will  be worn for years to come."

High praise indeed. 

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Fans loved it, rushing to the comments section with all the purple heart emojis. Erica Davies, the influencer who wore the lilac M&S coat in 2018, even expressed her love of the new version. 

The coat is priced at £129 and is available in sizes 6-24. Team it in a similar style to Zeena, or perhaps jeans and trainers.

Shop the look below… 

SHOP: Cocoon coat, £129, Per Una at Marks & Spencer 

SHOP: Cable knit jumper, £39.50, Per Una at Marks & Spencer 

SHOP: Satin midi skirt, £49.50, Per Una at Marks & Spencer 

SHOP: Chunky lace-up boots, £22.49, New Look (Zeena's M&S ones have sold out but these are very similar) 

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