£35 dress has been dubbed the 'perfect transitional piece'

·2-min read

This past weekend, we were finally graced with some sunshine in the UK, after weeks and weeks of what felt like never-ending rain. And while we were nothing short of ecstatic at the sudden change in climate, we did feel slightly thrown off when it came to our outfit choices.

Which proves exactly why having a few key transitional pieces in our wardrobes is so important — whether the weather is uncertain or you're just hit with a sudden change in temperature, and don't want to have to buy an entirely new wardrobe or spend hours rummaging around at the back.

Enter: the Long lyocell-blend dress from H&M.

At just £34.99, it's been dubbed the 'best transitional dress to add to your wardrobe right now' by the fashion experts at Who What Wear.

Not only is it made from organic linen and so will keep you both cool when needed and warm when the day grows a little chillier, it's also flattering yet comfortable and relaxed.

The drawstring at the front makes the dress super versatile, while the voluminous balloon sleeves with narrow, buttoned cuffs add a high-end feel.

The dress is available in sizes XS to XXL and is currently in-stock in all categories, though we can't promise how long that might last for.

In short, we're adding it to our shopping baskets as we speak.

Eagle-eyed shoppers who have managed to snap the piece up are already leaving glowing reviews on the H&M website:

'It's beautifully long, great adjustment around the draw string shoulders and waist perfect as described as elastic on hips this makes a perfect line for a taller person, creases but hey can't be all perfection, I love it!,' wrote one, while another added:

'I love the colour and design of this dress. Gathered and loose around the top and long and flowing for the skirt part. It’s different, and I like that.'

Find even more affordable frocks in our round-up of the 11 best dresses on the high street this week.

Subscribe to Red now to get the magazine delivered to your door.

Like this article?Sign up to our newsletter to get more articles like this delivered straight to your inbox.

You Might Also Like