In case you didn’t already know, F&F clothing is now easier to get your hands on than ever before, available to buy online at Next.co.uk. Meaning more affordable fashion for us to lust after!
One of the standout pieces on our spring wish list is F&F’s zebra midi shirt dress, priced at a purse-friendly £25 and available in sizes 6-22.
And we were you, we’d snap it up pretty quick, as it has been one of the brands most successful pieces. Since it launched on site last month, a 1000 units were sold in the first three weeks. So if you haven’t got it already, head to Next’s website now and treat yourself.
The shirt dress is ultra flattering, with the bold print concealing any worries, as well as a waist belt to synch your middle. The midi length is great at making you look slimmer by stopping at the smallest part of the legs.
Team with a pair of flats for a causal look perfect for brunching with friends. Or style up with classic heeled pumps or sock boots for a night out. Or for a spring twist, wear open, with a plain white tee and jeans.
The animal print trend has been dominating on the high street since last year and it’s safe to say it’s not going anywhere. With rails filled with snakeskin and leopard print this zebra print dress really stands out against the herd.
Working two trends in one, the monochrome colour way helps to make it just that little bit more stylish and modern. And it’s got the royal seal of approval as fan of the trend is none other than the Duchess of Sussex herself.
Stepping out last week at the International Women’s Day panel discussion at Kings College London, she looked gorgeous wearing Reiss (opens in new tab).
But don’t fret - F&F is here to save the day at getting a similar look for much, much less!
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