Marks and Spencer shoppers 'excited for colder weather' after spotting £45 navy midi dress

By Jess Flaherty

Marks and Spencer shoppers were "excited for colder weather" after spotting a £45 navy tiered midi dress on Instagram.

High street favourite Marks and Spencer has built a loyal army of followers on social media, where it showcases all its newest stock and product launches.

The retailer is popular for its extensive lineup of on-trend fashion, homeware and accessories, as well as its wide range of food, drink and household essentials.

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Marks and Spencer recently caused a stir after sharing a photo of its V-Neck Tie Front Midi Tiered Dress to its main Instagram page.

The dress, which costs £45, comes in a regular fit, tailored to a waisted shape with a belt and a floaty tiered skirt. It's finished with frills around the v-neck and shirring at the cuffs.

Captioning an image of the dress, originally posted by @claudia_berresford, the retailer penned: "Dressing for the British weather never looked so good! @claudia_berresford".

The dress proved popular among M&S' 1.8 million followers, racking up almost 500 likes in the first two hours it was posted to the site.

Shoppers shared their thoughts in the comments section.

One shopper said: "Stepping into friyay".

Claudia, who originally shared the image, said: "Autumn in an outfit! Thank you for reposting".

Meg said: "Gorgeous Claudia!! makes me excited for colder weather! Xx".

Another shopper commented: "Cute".

Phoebe added: "This is so classy! Perfect for autumn."

You can buy the V-Neck Tie Front Midi Tiered Dress from Marks and Spencer's website by clicking here.

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