The £35 M&S swimsuit that is flying off the shelves

Despite the questionable weather outside, summer is right around the corner.

Many of us are eager to pack our bags and jet off for a much needed summer holiday, which is a great excuse to treat ourselves to a brand new wardrobe. If you’re looking for that perfect swimsuit, M&S have got you covered this season.

This beautiful vintage polka-dot piece is super flattering on everyone, thanks to their Secret Slimming™ technology, which we can all get behind. Better yet, the cream and navy colour scheme is neutral and appealing to many, adding a touch of glamour to your holiday wardrobe.

For fans of rose gold, the piece’s fastenings will definitely catch your eye. It adds a touch of elegance to the swimsuit, standing out more than your standard metal clasps.

Secret Slimming™ Non-Wired Bandeau Swimsuit, M&S, £35

It was designed in collaboration with supermodel Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley, who has frequently worked with the retailer. She is well known for her lingerie collection, which is popular among consumers.

If you like comfort in your swimwear, you’ll be pleased to know this is non-underwired and cut in a bandeau style. It’s also got a cut-out back and keyhole cut-out around the bust, which is a beautiful style choice.

M&S shared a gorgeous photo of Rosie wearing the piece, with a caption hinting at how well it’s been selling so far. It read,‘Our Rosie for Autograph Swim range is flying off the shelves at record speed ahead of holiday season. When it looks as good as this spotty swimsuit and has inbuilt features such as Secret Slimming™ technology and Stay New ™ chlorine resist for long lasting colour we can see why. Tap to shop.’

If this piece has caught your eye, you’d better get it in your basket fast. With so many people already loving it, we can tell it won’t be around for long.

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer specialising in TV, film and lifestyle content and has written for What's On TV, GoodtoKnow and She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases. In her spare time, she writes film and television reviews for JumpCut Online and her own blog, Lucy Goes To Hollywood.