Still yet to find a dress or outfit for that upcoming Christmas party? You’re not alone - but Marks & Spencer is currently offering 40 per cent off some of their bestselling partywear buys as a special bonus, and you can bet we’re rushing to get our hands on some sparkly this week.
The retailer’s sale has come early for some, thanks to the discounts, which include over 200 Christmas-ready buys. Whether you’re looking for sequins and sparkle or something more sleek and minimal, they’ve got you covered. Here’s what we’ll be buying before they sell out…
The sparkly slip dress
Slip dresses are still a huge trend, and we love this sparkly ombre version. Wear with heels and a faux fur coat, or layer over a sheer long-sleeved top for extra warmth.
Sparkly slip midi dress, was £59, now £34.50, M&S
The sequinned top
This simple sequinned top is selling out fast, and we can see why - it’s easy to wear, but sparkly enough to qualify for party wear. Even the most sequin-averse will love this one.
Sequin long-sleeve top, was £35, now £21, M&S
The must-have midi
This dress has been a bestseller. Loved by the likes of Holly Willoughby, we’re overjoyed to see it’s been added to the sale. Straight to basket!
Satin snakeskin print waisted midi dress, was £49.50, now £29.70, M&S
The sequinned shift
A simple shift dress has been given a gold sequin makeover, and we’re into the extremely shiny result. Even better, it has sleeves for more warmth and coverage.
Sparkly shift midi dress, was £69, now £41.40, M&S
Proof that partywear doesn’t always have to mean sequins! This sleek jumpsuit will become a favourite year after year.
Velvet belted jumpsuit, was £49.50, now £29.70, M&S
The satin midi
This stunning satin dress could easily pass for designer, but at just £29.70 in the sale it definitely won’t break the bank.
Satin midi dress, was £49.50, now £29.70, M&S
The lace shift
This classic shift style will be your party go-to year after year. We don’t need telling twice...
Lace shift dress, was £59, now £34.50, M&S
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