By Lucy Buglass
Spring is in full swing, and M&Co’s new range is here.
The high street fashion brand has been doing exceptionally well, with one of their midi skirts flying off the shelves ahead of the warmer weather. As ever, shoppers are keen to update their wardrobe before everything sells out!
The skirt belongs to their new premium in-house brand Sonder Studio. The collection is a Scandinavian-style brand offering clean lines, soft tones and abstract prints to consumers. It’s the perfect way to make a statement this season.
Because the rainbow version of the skirt did so well amongst shoppers, M&Co decided to bring it back in with a new, gorgeous warm colour palette, listed as ‘rust’ on the website. Take a look at their new design below.
The Stripe Pleated Midi Skirt is only £38, and we’re already obsessed with both colours. The style and design is incredibly flattering, so whether you like bold colours or keeping it neutral, there’s the option for either. (or both if you can’t decide!)
Pair this skirt with a plain t-shirt, sandals and your favourite handbag for a relaxed, everyday look. If you’ve got lots of trips planned this spring, it’s the perfect item to wear all day, as it’s lightweight and free flowing, guaranteed to keep you cool whilst out and about.
You could even doll up the look for a smart-casual evening do, as it’s sure to make a statement wherever you go. Simply swap out sandals for some heels or smart shoes. We’d wear this piece all the time if we could!
If you want to get your hands on this beautiful skirt, you’d better be quick. Since it performed so well last time, both designs are expected to fly off the shelves pretty quickly.
Will you be wearing it this season?
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