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Marks & Spencer’s must-have spotty midi dress is finally back in stock

The M&S dress is so flattering

Hollie Brotherton

Looking for the perfect summer dress? Marks & Spencer has nailed it with this amazing monochrome polka dot number, and it's finally back in stock.

From afar it might look like a regular black and white spotty midi, but it has gorgeous details like puff sleeves and an oversized collar with a feminine ruffled edge.

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Its shirt silhouette with button fastenings and slightly nipped-in waist are super flattering, plus it's so versatile. It would look great paired with everything from trainers to heeled sandals, or even boots as a transitional piece. Whether you're out in a pub garden or just heading to the shops, it's so easy to throw on and go.

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Polka dot midi dress, £45, Marks & Spencer

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The dress has already sold out once, and customers have been singing its praises with one commenting: "Just a beautiful, beautiful dress. Highly recommended."

Another review says: "Lovely well made dress! Washes well, great value for money."

While one customer wrote: "This dress is beautiful. After seeing it online I couldn’t resist when it popped up on Instagram. Very flattering, got my usual size, lots of compliments. It’s just gorgeous."

The midi is available in sizes 6-24 in a regular or long length and priced at £45 it's affordable, too.

We can totally see celebs loving this style, from Holly Willoughby to Rochelle Humes, so make sure you get in there quickly - we don't think it'll be around for long.

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