Marks and Spencer captured the hearts of shoppers with their endless images of models posing in must-have outfits.
The same goes for their latest post on a stylish long black dress with a sleek wavy texture and straps.
As might be expected, their adoring followers weren’t short of complementary things to say about the model or outfit, but that doesn’t mean the post was met without criticism.
The photo was humorously captioned: “Warning: this dress can elicit compliments. [camera emoji] @thefashion_lift #mymarks “
The content section was inundated with the brand’s heart-eye emojis in approval and followed by heartfelt messages praising the design.
As might be expected, buyers wanted to know when the dress would be fully stocked, but for some buyers the answer wasn’t that simple.
One user commented: “Oooh that’s pretty – does that come in short length?”
Unfortunately, the response was not what they wanted to hear with many other users leaving comments below to inform the buyer that the dree was not available in smaller sizes.
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One user commented: “Probably not, they seem to have given up on their little customers [crying emoji]
The apparent lack of a small range in a dress that many buyers can’t seem to get enough of without seems to be one of the few times the retail giant hasn’t been able to keep its customers happy. dedicated.
It is not confirmed if M&S plans to introduce a small range for the dress anytime soon, but for now it will have to be a window shopping experience for those who cannot find the dress in their size.