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We all love a brand new fashion must-have, and if you're looking for the perfect pick for spring, look no further than Marks & Spencer's newest dress of the week.

The popular retailer have returned to their weekly Instagram series for 2019, debuting a new collection dress they believe is going to fly off the shelves in the next few days.

And this week, M&S has shown off a gorgeously sunny option - despite the super-chilly weather outside.

Their floral-print yellow dress, with a comfy relaxed fit and pretty neck tie detail, is their dress of the week, and taking a look at it, we're not surprised!

Knee-length and long-sleeved, it's ideal for colder days, as well as giving off a sunny, warm feel which will be perfect for when it finally warms up.

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It'll go with almost any combination of accessories as well, be it a pair of cowboy boots or some chic, smart heels. In the winter, you could also pair it with a chunky winter coat, or a simple leather jacket for when the spring rolls around.

Buy Marks & Spencer floral print midi dress here, £39.50 (opens in new tab)

M&S also recommend you cinch the dress together with a simple belt, to give your look a "more defined silhouette", if you fancy it.

The stunning new addition is also pretty affordable, at just £39.50 - especially for a dress that'll work all year round!

At the moment, it's still on sale in all sizes, although we reckon it won't stay that way for much longer.

Fans of Marks & Spencer are already singing the dresses praises, with one writing on Instagram, 'This is a great look- so much so I might just have a shopping trip @marksandspencer this weekend.'

While another agreed, writing, 'Saw this in Kingston store today looks really nice 👍🏻'.

Will you be picking one up for spring? Race you to the checkout!

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