Marks and Spencer’s popular Ivy skinny jeans have made a return after selling out

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Shoppers went wild for Marks and Spencer’s ‘Best Ever Fit’ denim range, with their skinny Ivy jeans proving so popular they sold out.

But it has been announced the sell-out jeans are back in stock online!

Marks and Spencer posted the great news on social media saying, ‘Good news for a rather blustery Monday morning. Our Ivy (skinny) jeans are back in stock online.

'At just £19.50 and with in-built technology including bum-enhancing pockets and no-gape waistbands they’ll fast become your new favourites.’

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This is excellent news for those who are keen to invest in a pair of affordable skinny jeans. Skinny jeans are a wardrobe essential and at such a great price - just £19.50 - it has to be said the Ivy design is more than tempting.

The skinny jeans come in four different shades: dark indigo, medium indigo, grey and black.

The design has been praised so far for its comfort and great fit.

Happy customers have shared their positive reviews online. One reviewer said, ‘Good style, colour and value for money. I find M&S jeans are far better fit and style wise than most of the high end denim jeans.’

Another person said, ‘Best jeans I’ve ever had - fit like a glove lovely colour nice bit of stretch- feel fab in them - definitely go and buy.’

A final customer said, ‘By far the most comfortable jeans I have ever owned. The fit is perfect, I'm a curvy 14, and the dark indigo shade is very classic. I will definitely be buying more of these in the other colours.’

Holly Willoughby said about the jeans, “I live in skinny jeans at the weekend. Cut from super-soft denim, this pair is sure to become your trusty new go-to.”

We’d be silly not to listen to the queen of denim!

To buy the jeans, you can shop here.

Ivy is one of three designs in the 'Best Ever Fit' range and you can learn more about the other styles here.

Will you be topping up your denim collection?

Rachel Howatson is a digital writer who works across a range of publications. Whatever your passion, whether it’s hillwalking, cooking, gardening, running, socialising or even sleeping, she'll likely have written about it.