When news of a popular, fast-selling dress is spread around, you can guarantee we’ll want to hear about it.
But when it’s also from Marks & Spencer, and loved by some of our favourite celebrities too – you can bet we’re all ears!
Both Carol Vorderman and Loose Women star Jane Moore have recently been spotted in a gorgeous, purple shift dress, from the much-loved high-street retailer.
While Carol wore hers to fill in for Lorraine Kelly on her morning show, Jane opted to showcase her dress live on Loose Women just a few days ago.
And really, we’re not surprised the two stylish ladies both love the very same dress.
The item, with a tied belt to cinch you in at the waist, is as cosy as it is stylish. The high-collar and flared sleeves guarantee you look chic, sophisticated and professional, while the material also ensures a super-cosy fit.
It’s also on sale in three colours, an understated black, a chic camel, and a stand-out lilac – Carol and Jane’s preferred shade.
But perhaps the most attractive part of the Marks & Spencer dress is the price point. Selling for just £35, it’s one of their most affordable offerings at the moment, and is practically a steal for the stunningly wearable dress you’ll be getting in exchange.
Customers have also been singing the dresses praises on the M&S website. One wrote, “I opted for the camel colour and I am really pleased with it as it is such good value. It fits perfectly, doesn't cling…”
While another happy shopper wrote, “This is a great dress. It’s very elegantly stylish, fits beautifully and the fabric is very soft, very forgiving and a great length”.
However, the M&S dress is selling out quickly, meaning you’ll need to act fast if you want it yourself. At the time of writing, it was only still available in sizes 12, 18, 20, 22 and 24. But other sizes are still available in stores across the UK.
Hurry, before it sells out completely! We've got our credit cards at the ready...
Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.
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