Influencer Erica Davies just styled Marks & Spencer's new hero coat in an excellent way

Cosy up in style...

Every year without fail, those clever people at Marks & Spencer bring out a hero coat that is always on our wish lists for the autumn. Last year we had THAT purple jacket of dreams, and this year, a red and pink coat has landed - and it's reversible.  Let us introduce you to Autograph's new overcoat, which will set you back £119. Before you gasp over the price, we think that isn't bad at all, considering you are pretty much getting two coats for the price of one - don't you just love a game of fashion maths?! But isn't it gorgeous - one side is a lovely soft blush tone, the other a dashing red, and the oversized style has two large pockets. It's not just us who love it, Instagram star Erica Davies is a fan, too. 

We loved how Erica styled up M&S's reversible coat

The former fashion editor shared a shot on her feed with her 139k followers, and she teamed the coat with a pink silk blouse, a heritage check coat and trousers. Talk about layering in style. Erica said of the look: "This is an outfit from the new season that I've put together for my partnership with Marks & Spencer."

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"I didn’t want to select anything that was too 'statement,' rather stick to useful pieces in similar tones and prints that layer well together. The blush pink, browns and rusts all feel autumnal, but what REALLY sold me this wool coat as a pick was the fact it’s reversible. So you can have the blush pink side, but if you fancy a change, turn it inside out and go for the rust. More bang for your buck - and way more potential outfit possibilities!"

Erica put the M&S constellation dress on the map in 2017

This isn't the first time Erica has made us rush to M&S on our lunch-breaks. Not only did she put Holly Willougby's purple coat on the map last year, but the year before in 2017, she had us starry-eyed over the brand's constellation dress.

MORE: 8 Marks & Spencer coats that will get you excited for Autumn

The £45 frock boasted a beautiful intergalactic print and simply flew off the shelves, selling for triple the amount on eBay after she had posted it. How we wish they would re-stock this one!

READ: Holly Willoughby's NEW Marks & Spencer range has dropped and it's proving to be a big success

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