Shoppers love ‘versatile’ M&S denim skirt that can be worn ‘through the seasons’

Weather can be unpredictable in the UK, but there are pieces that are versatile enough for transitioning.

M&S’ latest collections have caught the attention of fashion fans of all generations, with many snapping up the pieces ahead of the new season.

While many like to switch up the contents of their wardrobes for autumn, investing in versatile items can make the transition easier and cheaper.

The Denim Split Front Midi Skirt is racking up reviews, with a near-perfect overall rating from hundreds of shoppers.

Buy: Denim Split Front Midi Skirt (£29.50)

This year, denim skirts have been one of the biggest fashion trends, with midi styles particuraly gaining popularity, and thousands of trend-lovers searching for where the latest and greatest denim skirt.

M&S’ offering comes in a choice of two shades – light and medium indigo, and features pockets and a split at the front.

The high-waisted design is flattering and shoppers say that it fits true to size, although due to the popularity, sizes are beginning to sell out, so you’ll have to be quick.

Some reviews do mention that the denim is quite stiff and thick, so this is worth keeping in mind if wearing in warmer weather.

Shoppers are leaving feedback on the piece, with some calling it ‘a great staple’.

Leepee said: ”Fabulous Skirt, very on trend! Can wear with smart trainers or sandals in summer or with boots in winter. Very versatile.”

LadyRouge82 commented: ”Great quality skirt. Slit makes it look more flattering. Slight give in material makes it comfy. Sizing is about right but I think I could have gone down a size to make it look better. I’ll wear this through the seasons so great staple.”

CaptainReview also added: ”Good value. Good length. Only reason for rating 4 not 5 is the denim is a bit stiffer than I was expecting but I am being picky.”

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