Shoppers love Marks & Spencer's flattering £45 midi dress - and it's selling fast

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Photo credit: NurPhoto - Getty Images
Photo credit: NurPhoto - Getty Images

From romantic boho-inspired midi dresses to dreamy linen maxi dresses fit for a heatwave, consider us impressed with this year's selection of dresses at British retailer Marks & Spencer.

The latest dress to catch our eye has been all over Instagram, with fashion influencers and shoppers alike proclaiming their love for this flattering midi on social media. The popular dress is the simple yet chic Pure Cotton V-Neck Midi Waisted Dress, available in Black and Green. It costs £45 and is available in Regular and Long lengths in sizes 6 to 24.

We first spotted the wardrobe staple on Instagram via Marks & Spencer Insider Jenny who described it as "the dress of actual dreams". Alongside a picture of herself wearing the midi, she wrote: "I've had this for a while and I've been praying it [comes] back in stock so I could share it with you all! And it has!"

The floaty midi is made from cotton with shirred cuffs, a flattering fitted waist and V-neckline. An easy-to-wear dress for any occasion, pair with trainers for a causal everyday look, chunky sandals for a day in the summer sun or barely-there heels for an evening out.

With lots of raving five-star reviews on the M&S website, shoppers love this piece for its flattering fit and versatility.

"I've had so many compliments about this dress! People think it's much more expensive than it was," one customer wrote, while another added: "Good for UK summers, and you could probably take it into autumn too - I'll certainly be aiming for some autumnal wear as it's just too pretty, and comfortable for summer only."

We couldn't agree more! This is a dress that will easily see you through the summer and into the autumn paired with knee high boots.

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