Susanna Reid's stunning long-sleeved dress from Marks & Spencer is now on sale for £29

Francesca Rice
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Photo credit: HGL - Getty Images
Photo credit: HGL - Getty Images

From Good Housekeeping

Susanna Reid has inspired us to pick up a style bargain in the January sales after she wore a gorgeous dress from Marks & Spencer that is currently on offer for under £30.

The Good Morning Britain star wore a long-sleeved midi dress from the special Nobody's Child collection at M&S to present the show this week, and her chic outfit has now shot straight to the top of our wish lists.

The satin animal print dress boasts a flattering V-neck and cinched-in waist. Not only is the piece bang on trend but it's also totally timeless in a sophisticated shade of emerald green.

We reckon the dress looks far more expensive than its price tag, and is the sort of classic piece that everyone could do with having in their wardrobe, particularly as we approach spring.

You could easily dress it up with heels or heeled sandals for future events, but it will look equally cool with simple white trainers.

Luckily for us, the Nobody's Child Animal Print Jacquard V-Neck Midi Tea Dress is still available in all sizes on the M&S website, despite its tempting sale price of just £29.40, down from the RPP of £42.

However, now that Susanna has worn it, we bet it'll fly off the shelves. When the ITV star's stylist, Debbie Harper, shared a photo of her in the dress on her Instagram account, @DebbieDresses, it was soon flooded with likes and admiring comments from fans.

"That dress is gorgeous," wrote one follower, while another added, "Gorgeous green dress - stunning."

We'll race you to the checkout! After all, we may be living in loungewear right now, but we're already looking forward to dressing up again when the occasion arises.

Photo credit: Marks & Spencer
Photo credit: Marks & Spencer

BUY NOW Nobody's Child Animal Print Jacquard V-Neck Midi Tea Dress, M&S, £29.40 (was £42)

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