Ruth Langsford’s stunning M&S midi dress offers a taste of the seaside

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Ruth Langsford looked stunning in a gorgeous M&S dress from the brand’s collaboration with Ghost.

The presenter wore the dress for her appearance on This Morning and shared a snap of the outfit on her Instagram account.

The flattering V-neck dress features a seaside themed print of star fish and shells, getting us in the mood for a summer staycation.

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The loose “angel sleeves” and drop-hem frill offer movement to the dress and give it a floaty, summer feel.

Ruth accessorised the dress with a pair of statement red heels and simple pair of gold hoops.

The M&S x Ghost dress is still in stock at M&S and available to buy online now, although it is selling out fast in many of the 6 to 20 size options. The dress costs £69.

As well as stunning in high street favourites, Ruth has launched her own range of clothing and now footwear with QVC.

The star has everything from formal dresses for evening wear to stunning everyday ankle boots and even a range of faux leather jackets, which are the latest addition to her collection.

The jackets come in five shades which are red, black, tan, brown and green. The jackets would normally cost £79.02 but are currently reduced on the QVC website to £69.96, saving nearly £10.

The star regularly updates her followers with the latest additions to her collection on her Instagram page, sharing sneak peeks ahead of the official unveiling on QVC.

The Loose Women presenter has been back on This Morning in recent weeks as she and husband Eamonn Holmes cover the summer break while Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield are away.

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