Cefinn's bestselling Daphne dress is finally back in stock

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If there’s one item on our fashion editor’s wishlist right now, its Cefinn’s Daphne dress. This coveted piece sold out in just a few days when it debuted in September, then went on to sell out within 24 hours when released in another colourway last week.

We're not surprised. The Daphne dress is beautifully cut and made from the fabric of the season: micro-cord, which has a plush, velvet-like texture that's perfect for winter.

It has ruched cups, a V-neckline and a tailored hook-fastening panel. Team that with a peplum skirt and longer sleeves (a must-have in winter) and you’ve got a winning combo.

If you thought you’d never get our hands on this gorgeous piece, we have good news: the navy version has just gone live on Matchesfashion.

You'll need to hurry if you want one, though, the forest-green sold out within 24 hours when it dropped last week.

SHOP NOW Daphne dress, £290, Cefinn

Wintery and rich, this luxe cord dress would look great around Christmas – and since it can be dressed up and down, it will work for both daytime lunches (try trainers or ballet flats) and festive parties (platform heels and statement earrings).

But before you worry about this fancy fabric's maintenance, let us assure you that Samantha Cameron, the brand's founder, has practicality at the forefront of every design – she created Cefinn with mums and working women in mind. Which means this baby is made from 100% cotton, for breathability and durability, and can be machine washed (no more dry cleaning bills).

Prefer the forest green to navy? Or want something purely for daytime wearing? The brand has created a similar dress in a '70s-inspired silhouette that works well with flat boots.

SHOP NOW Dulcie dress, £290, Cefinn

We love both the colourways, so perhaps we'll be putting both the Dulcie and the Daphne on our wishlists this season...

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