This M&S Swimsuit Went Viral Last Year – Now It’s Back In Stock In A Brand New Colour

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by Marina Avraam |
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If there's one thing we look forward to every year as the sun rears its head, it's replenishing our swimwear wardrobe. Out with the old, faded bikinis you've held on to for far longer than you'd like to admit, and in with the new and shiny. One high street brand that particularly excels in the swimwear department? M&S.

M&S swimwear is a masterclass in affordable swimsuits that look designer, minus the weighty price-tag. Let the Padded Scallop Plunge Swimsuit, £35 be the prime example, amassing over 500 positive reviews onsite thanks to its flattering plunging design and eye-catching scalloped edges. If you're well-versed in the world of swimwear, you may have also noticed that the swimsuit is a dead-ringer for the popular Marysia swimsuit - but a quarter of the price.

The swimsuit has received stellar reviews, with comments such as 'This is so flattering and comfortable. I get so many compliments when I wear it!', 'Fits well in all the right places' and 'The BEST swimsuit I've ever worn' flooding the website, and celeb fans include Vogue Williams, who flaunted the viral piece on her Instagram last year.

The swimsuit is available in black and pink, both of which completely sold out last season, prompting the brand to release a brand new colour for this summer - blackberry. The perfect deep purple shade has launched today, and it's already selling fast.

Shop the viral M&S swimsuit below.

Shop: Marks & Spencer Padded Scallop Plunge Swimsuit

The iconic scalloped design, featuring a flattering plunge neckline, padded and non-wired to enhance your natural shape.

Naturally, the black had sold out in most sizes, but stay tune for a summer restock.

The pink fizz colourway has also been a huge hit, selling out in almost every size almost immediately.

For a pop of colour, opt for the bright orange which will look glorious against tanned skin.

Marina Avraam is the Deputy Commercial Content Editor for Grazia. Hobbies include (but not limited to) finding the best designer dupes, buying every iteration of the adidas gazelles and listening to celeb podcasts every hour of every day.

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