If you only buy one thing this spring - make sure it’s this £29.50 Marks and Spencer blouse

Meet the new Marks and Spencer blouse that has been sending fashion fans into a frenzy...

Marks and Spencer has done it again. The clever high street giant has created your perfect wardrobe staple for the new season, and here is why we're completely in love with it.

Fashion fans across the country have been going crazy for this new £29.50 lilac blouse from Marks and Spencer, and with its stylish blouson sleeves and flattering gathered details, it is clear to see why everyone is desperate to get their hands on it.

While the lilac hue is the perfect splash of colour for any spring wardrobe, this versatile top can be dressed down for the weekend, but would also lend itself perfectly to a day in the office.

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We can't get enough of the tiny purple buttons and the collarless design, but don't just take our word for it...

Marks and Spencer blouse for spring Credit: Marks and Spencer

The brand shared their new launch with their Instagram followers recently, with everyone commenting how beautiful the blouse was.

Better still, it's priced at just £29.50 - meaning you don't have to break the bank to get this season's must-have look.

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On the Marks and Spencer website, shoppers are already leaving their rave reviews.

One fan said, 'Lovely, casual top and very pretty colour. Looking forward to warmer days to wear it'.

Another commented, 'Beautiful colour, beautiful fabric, so easy to wear. The perfect summer top'.

Available in sizes 6 - 24, the top is still in stock in all sizes online, and it is also available in white.

With the sun finally making an appearance for spring, we're convinced this is going to get snapped up.

Get yours while you still can!

Claire Crick

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