The M&S Dress of the Week and our other favourite M&S dresses

Every week, Marks & Spencer do a brilliant job of tempting their customers with their featured 'Dress of the Week'

The popular, high-street store profiles a brand new dress each week on their Instagram, which they predict will fly off the shelves.

And customers usually seem to agree, with fans each week flocking to the post to share how much they’re coveting the new release from M&S.

Normally, the dress sells out pretty quickly, so you usually need to be quick if you want to bag the latest item.

So what’s new this week?

M&S’s dress of the week

This week, M&S’s recommended dress pick is a relaxed floral drawcord option, which is perfect for summer days at the beach or a lazy lunch with friends.

On sale for just £39.50, it’s pretty affordable too!

The waist, which can be cinched in with the drawcord, ensures a flattering fit, while the flared sleeves give the dress a stylish twist.

We can’t wait to pick this up for our holiday!

Buy the M&S dress of the week HERE.

So what about Marks & Spencer’s previous Dresses of the Week?

Other M&S dresses we love

This gorgeously simple, but undeniably chic midi dress is perfect for summer holidays, or evenings spent in a pub garden in the UK.

The linen blend dress, priced at £39.50, is a fitted but comfortably roomy design, meaning it’s ideal for the days (which we hope are coming!) when we start to enjoy some super hot summer weather.

Its button-down design, pockets and relaxed fit ensure a relaxed look, and also mean you want wear it to the office as much as you might wear it to the beach.

However, if the white doesn’t do it for you, the stunning dress is also available in a red, for a more vibrant, stand-out look.

You can buy it HERE.

If you’re looking for a wedding guest dress, look no further than this stylish lace number from M&S.

This luxe look midi dress is perfect for attending spring/summer/autumn nupitals, looking both fun and formal enough for a wedding.

It also won’t break the bank, given that it’s available for just £65; far cheaper than many wedding guest outfits.

The dress’s midi length means it ticks those all important ‘formal’ boxes when dressing for an important event, while the strap and v-neck design up top means you’ll stay cool and look totally chic.

Buy the lace midi dress HERE.

One M&S dress of the week offers an alternative to florals with their cream snakeskin print Shirred Shoulder Midi dress.

If you’re keen to try animal print, this dress is the subtle way to have a go at the trend if you aren’t quite ready to wear head-to-toe leopard!

The midi dress also features a nipped-in ruched waist and floaty fabric, which is both flattering, and light enough to see you through to summer.

Despite its designer look, the dress is very affordable at just £39.50, and is still available in sizes 6-24. Hurry to get yours today; we don’t think this will stick around for long!

M&S dress of the week

Buy it here.

The week before, the Dress of the Week was a gorgeous floral, drawcord mini dress.

The blue mini is fabulously light and flowy, with a chic ruffle hem finish and cute flared sleeves. The tie waist detail makes for a flattering fit too, allowing you to alter the fit of the dress to your body.

It’s on sale for a very affordable price too, at just £29.50! It’s still available in all sizes at the moment, although we predict this will be a sell-out success. So get yours fast!

Buy it here.

Another previous Dress of the Week was a sweet, terracota-hued floral midi dress ideal for the changing seasons.

The long sleeves and loose fabric ensure it’ll be a comfortable dress for almost any weather, while the elasticated waist will also flatter your figure as well as ensuring a brilliant fit.

In winter, it could easily be paired with a pair of neutral ankle boots and a midi coat, while summer could see it best matched with some simple sandals.

At the moment, the dress is still available online in all sizes, and is on sale for just £45. So will you be picking it up for your wardrobe? Buy it here.

Another Marks & Spencer Dress of the Week is this relaxed yellow midi, with a pretty ruffled front and sleeves. It’s on sale for £45, and is ideal for mid-season dressing.

M&S styled it with a simple polo, which would work well for when it’s a bit chillier outside. However, as the weather warms up, it could be worn on its own – with a chic pair of black boots.

It’s also guaranteed to be a comfy fit, made up of loose, flowing fabric. Sizes for the dress aren’t numbered – instead it’s available in an Extra Small, Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large.

And luckily, it’s still on sale in all sizes – so grab yours now! You can buy it here.

Another M&S Dress of the Week was a fun take on one the store’s bestselling styles.

The chic pink dress is an updated version of M&S’s animal print midi dress, which is available in various prints, and has proven super-popular, time and time again.

This new pink version has had longer sleeves added to it for the colder weather, and its rouching detail can now be spotted on the arms, as well as the waist. It’s on sale for £45 too, meaning it also won’t break the bank!

At the moment, the dress certainly seems to be living up to its title of ‘Dress of the Week’, as it’s selling out fast online. At the time of writing, it is only available in sizes 12 and upwards, having sold out of all smaller sizes.

Customers have been loving the dress online, leaving positive reviews on the M&S website and their Instagram too. One shopper wrote, ‘Bought this dress for my business trip to Dubai and I must say it was gorgeous. Beautiful cut, fit and so very unique.’, while another said, ‘This dress looked gorgeous on and was very comfy.’

You can buy the dress here, while stocks last.

On 31st January, M&S posted about another animal print dress – this time a sophisticated, loose grey animal print shirt dress, which is luckily still available for just £45.

And the week before, a stunning yellow dress was the retailer’s pick, and is still on sale for £39.50.

We want them all!

Apester Lazyload