Spring Summer 2017 with M&Co


Last week I was one of the lucky people who got to visit M&Co’s Spring/Summer 2017 range.  You may be like me, and not  have heard of  M&Co much. So, I was very intrigued to see what they had to offer at their Spring Summer 2017 range.

I walked into their room and I was hit by how bright and cheery everything and everyone was. A stark contrast to the winter weather outside. The colours and clothes were really eye-catching. As first impressions go, I think M&Co managed that perfectly!

M&co home range Who are M&Co?

M&Co is a Scottish family run chain store, selling women’s, men’s, and children’s clothes, as well as small home decoration. There stores are predominately in the outskirts of towns, away from the high street, which means lots of people (especially people living in London) may not have come across this brand. The do, of course, have a great website.


I first of all headed off to the children’s sectM&Co Kite and Cosmiion. …..Why, do mother’s do that? No children in toe, but whenever in a shop environment we head to the children’s section before the adults!

The children’s section at M&Co, Kite and Cosmic is for boys and girls aged 3-12 and has been designed in conjunction with TV presenter Kate Garraway. The Kite and Cosmic range has been given her seal of approval. It also, gets my seal of approval too! I always want to get the boys clothes which are fashionable and hard wearing. The Spring / Summer range I saw at M&Co ticked all the boxes. There were items which would have been at home in popular high-street chi
ldren’s stores. They were fun, fashionable and really well made. The M&Co designers have thought about children and parent’s and come up with clothes which won’t go out of shape and will look like new, wash after wash.


The range of women’s clothes and accessories were on trend and would suit women of all shapes and sizM&Coes. They had a Petite range and a Plus Size range too.

I saw plenty of clothes which I would be happy to show off at the office as well as key pieces which would be ideal for either nights out or everyday casual wear. The range really had thought of it all.

There were great bags and shoes (shoes are my passion!) so I was in my element. Each pair was something which not only looked fashionable but also comfortable, but certainly not frumpy! I really loved these shoes and can’t wait until next year when I can start wearing them! I’d be happy to have these in both colours (don’t tell my hubby!)

Men’s rangeM&Co

The men’s range had a mix of pieces which would suit middle aged men, but there are also a few key items which would easily suit a younger audience too. There are bright bold patterns mixed with classic standard polo tops, which men could dress up or dress down.


Their home decoration items were really good quality. The throws were so soft and tactile, I kept going back
and touching them all. The cushions had colour spring like designs as well as classic greys and muted tones. There are lots to suit all diffrent styles of houses.

I was really pleasantly surprised with the quality, design and attention to detail which M&Co have created. This was evident throughout all their ranges, from their baby range, Kite & Cosmic, their teen range for girls (Kylie) and the women’s and men’s range. Their teen range was fashionable, but wearable for everyday girls (nothing too overstated or too old for the age group).

If you haven’t seen their stores, please do go and visit one.  If there isn’t a store near you then visit their website, you won’t be disappointed. There are lots of offers online at the moment and free standard delivery on orders over £40, so grab yourself a bargain.  I will definitely be buying some bits from them.


Disclosure: I was invited to attend the press day.  I was under no obligation to provide this post and all opinions and views expressed are my own.

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