With the summer weather (almost) in full force, it's really about time we started thinking about our warmer weather wardrobe.
Away go the thick, wooly jumpers and dark jeans, and out come the skirt, dresses and sandals.
And although it's exciting re-working your wardrobe, it can be a big headache trying to seek out new pieces to add to your existing collection.
But never fear, as Marks & Spencer have once again made it easy with one of their fabulous M&S dresses. The high-street hero have just relaunched one of their best-selling midi dresses back into stores and online - and fans are going crazy!
Earlier this year M&S released an embroidered blue midi dress, that proved so popular that it sold out alarmingly fast.
And now it's back, and it's easy to see why customers loved it. With a loose, relaxed fit and drawstring waist, this dress is both floaty and flattering.
It would be perfect for lazy summer days relaxing at the pub or the park, or to pack in your suitcase for a holiday somewhere exotic.
Whether you prefer a slightly more polished look or a more easy-going vibe, this dress will work to your style too. You could opt for a classic pair of white trainers, or some trusty brown sandals, or even heels, for more formal occasions.
The dress is on sale for just £49.50 too, which we reckon is a great price for such a versatile outfit option.
So far, it's been selling pretty quickly, having sold out in a six, 22, and 24. And we anticipate further sell-outs, so hurry to the checkout if you want it!
You can buy it HERE.
Plenty of customers have already been singing the dresses praises, with many saying they 'love it', and that it is 'lovely quality'.
Some however have advised that the dress tends to come up a little bit small, perhaps because of the slip dress underneath, so be advised that it may be a good idea to try out two or three different sizes.
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Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.
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