Duchess Meghan Markle’s famous Marks & Spencer dress has returned. And smart shift dress is now available in new prints.
- Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex partnered up with charity Smart Works earlier this year to launch a workwear clothing capsule collection.
- The range, which launched in various British retailers including Marks & Spencer, included a chic shift dress suitable for all occasions.
- In other royal news, the Duchess of Sussex picked a very special dress for her first appearance since the Sussexes’ controversial ITV documentary.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex is loved by royal fans for her immaculate sense of style.
The Duchess is never spotted in a bad outfit, always seen out and about channelling her effortless on-trend style whether casual, smart or fully dressed up.
So fans went wild when the royal released her own clothing collection earlier this year.
The Duchess partnered up with charity Smart Works, an organisation that helps women in need get back into the workplace and donates clothing to them.
Teaming up to release a workwear capsule clothing collection, the charity along with Duchess Meghan released key pieces in high-street stores Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and Jigsaw.
And one of the standout pieces from the collection was Marks & Spencer’s chic black shift dress.
The versatile frock was loved by customers for its ability to suit any occasion – it can be dressed up for a smart evening, dressed down for daytime casual or worn alone for a day in the office.
And now, not only is it back in stores, it’s available in a whole load of gorgeous designs.
First the original black dress expanded its offering to a rich royal blue colour and a deep shocking pink.
The design then expanded to a trendy black and brown animal print and bright orange floral print option.
And now there are two more designs to pick from.
First up is a glam dark pink version of the gorgeous animal design.
But our favourite option has to be the new delicate blue paisley pattern.
And we’re not the only ones who are loving it because the new pattern, that is currently only available online, has already sold out in five sizes!
There are still five sizes in stock though, so if you do want to get your hands on it we suggest doing so quickly before all the rest fly off the shelves.
All of the prints come in at £19.50 and they’re all available on the Marks & Spencer website, and (apart from the Paisley print) in stores across the country.