This £35 leopard print skirt from M&S has been sending shoppers wild… and it keeps selling out within seconds

Yes, a certain midi leopard print style from M&S has been sending shoppers wild… and we can totally see why.

With its varying leopard print patterns and uber flattering pleated style (not to mention the elasticated waistband #thedream), we're seriously lusting over this must-have leopard print piece.

Paired with either a simple white t-shirt and trainers or an oversized knit and chunky boots, this is the perfect transitional skirt to take your wardrobe from summer into autumn.

What's more, the high street offering will only set you back a reasonable £35. Let's just say we're nothing short of obsessed, okay?

There's just one small problem… the must-have style keeps selling out before we can get our hands on it.

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Unsurprisingly, the midi skirt sold out in an instant when it first hit stores last month.

After all, combine leopard print with a comfortable fit and you have a match made in fashion heaven.

But when M&S finally restocked the skirt of dreams earlier this week, it sold out again almost immediately.

In short, shoppers have been going wild over this leopard print midi and you'll find us camping out in M&S until it hits shelves again.

But in the meantime, Holly Willoughby has given her first look at her Marks & Spencer favourites… and basically includes the shirt dress version of this must-have skirt.

Complete with a pink leopard print finish and pleated skirt, we're heading straight down to our local branch the second this Holly Willoughby-approved £49.50 dress hits shelves.

Because we can't afford to let another high-street bargain pass us by again, amirite?

In even more fashion news, Topshop has just brought out Holly Willoughby's dress in a THIRD colour… and it's already sold out.

Plus Primark is selling a Barbie jumper of our dreams for £10… and shoppers are loving it.

And high-end clothing brand Revolve forced to dump £162 "fat-shaming" slogan sweatshirt from its website after social media users label the collection "disgraceful" and "disgusting".

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