With a sterling edit across Limited, Autograph and Indigo, M&S has all bases covered.
For one of its smaller stores, the range of the collections in M&S are well represented here and include Limited, Autograph, Per Una and Classic. At the front of the store is the more trend-led Limited range, which includes a strong offer of printed blazers and trousers, leather piping on collarless coats, and sporty mesh inserts on tops that have the beating of the offer at traditionally more trend-led stores such as H&M. Per Una focuses on holiday ranges and the Autograph range includes shift dresses and tailored separates.
The range of sub-brands in-store ensure the price architecture ranges from basic value up to more premium. In Limited, printed jeans are £32.50 for 79% cotton and polyester mix, floral all-over print trousers are a very reasonable £35, as are small dogtooth-print tailored trousers with faux-leather piping at £39.50.
In the Indigo denim range, basic stretch jeggings are £19.50 and coloured jeans £35.
In what could get confusing with the amount of sub-brands in a relatively small store, each one is easily identifiable and naturally pushes you through to the next range. The store is well organised, reasonably tidy and sales assistants were ready to help. The changing rooms are a good size but a bit dated. Mannequins are in visible spots throughout the store and size options offer a good depth of stock availability.