Topshop launches a £35 dress version of its best-selling silk skirts – and it comes in five colours

Well brace yourselves fashion fans because the Topshop silk midi skirt sending fashion bloggers wild now comes in a gorgeous dress form… and it will only set you back £35.

  • Pink Plain Satin Slip Dress, £35 from Topshop – buy now
  • Blue Plain Satin Slip Dress, £35 from Topshop – buy now
  • Mustard Plain Silk Satin Slip Dress, £35 from Topshop – buy now

Available in beautiful baby pink and vivid turquoise, Topshop's latest silk offering has really got us swooning.

With a sexy slit running up the thigh as well as a strappy cross-over detail, this v-necked dress skims over the figure and even features a trendy cowl-neck finish at the back.

In other words, it's a total must if you're stumped over what to wear for your office Christmas party.

And along with three block colours, the silk inspired dress also comes in a daring tiger print options as well as a monochrome daisy style.

  • Khaki Satin Midi Skirt, £29 from Topshop – buy now
  • Tiger Print Satin Midi Skirt, £35 from Topshop – buy now
  • Navy Satin Midi Skirt, £29 from Topshop – buy now

Dressed up with a pair of high heels and a glitzy handbag, you don't get more glamorous than this 90s-inspired ensemble.

Although we personally love the look of it dressed down casually with a chunky jumper and trainers.

The lustrous satin sheen makes it an evening-appropriate option, but when styled right you can rock it for work and on the weekend, too.

Talk about a wardrobe staple. *Adds all to basket*

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