Popular high street fashion retailer Marks and Spencer is preparing us for spring with this funky floral jumpsuit and reviewers are going wild for it.
The floral print long sleeve jumpsuit is only £59 so you can look as chic as ever without breaking the bank.
Described as an outfit that offers ‘everyday elegance’, the printed jumpsuit has an all-over pattern of red and blue flowers. It has a neat collar and can be buttoned up or left loosely open while the wide leg feature makes for a flattering design.
This is the perfect ensemble to wear across seasons. It is still fairly chilly, so the long sleeves are certainly a welcomed feature, but we are fast approaching spring so it is the perfect time to add some floral print to your wardrobe!
One customer, who gave the jumpsuit a 5 star review, said, ‘A lot more fitted than my other jumpsuits but a really nice cut and I got a lot of compliments when wearing it. I am 5 foot 5 and this came up short. I can only wear it with flats.’
Items similar to this have proven very popular with Marks and Spencer shoppers so you better be quick if you want to bag yourself this stylish jumpsuit. It is available in sizes 6, 8, 10, 14, 16 and 18 but size 12 has already sold out online.
The retailer posted a picture of the jumpsuit on social media, with the message,
‘Jump into the new season with one of our most in demand jumpsuits…’
Fans went wild for the floral number with one person saying,‘oooh love it!!!!’ while another person simply said, ‘Need this.’
A final person described the jumpsuit as ‘gorgeous’.
The beauty of this jumpsuit lies in its versatility. It can easily be dressed up or down for any occasion. You could match it with a pair of trainers and a denim jacket for a more casual look or it could also be worn with a leather jacket and a pair of heels for a night on the town.
If you fancy adding this fabulous jumpsuit to your wardrobe, you can buy it here.
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