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Introducing the Swim and Beachwear Summer Collection from Marks & Spencer
Dubai, United Arab Emirates - 12 June 2019:  With temperatures rising and many starting to think about their summer getaways, Marks & Spencer is delighted to introduce its innovative and high quality holiday collection.
 
The new range hits the quentiessential Marks & Spencer codes; both stylish and comfortable – and includes staple summer dresses, linen essentials, statement swimsuits as well as printed two piece bikinis, chic printed cover-ups and beach ready accessories. 
 
Better still, the versatile collection has been developed with not only fantastic attention to detail, but also includes pieces to suit all tastes and preferences. With on-trend spicy tones and earthy hues, plus tactile patterns – summer beach dressing has never been so easy – or so stylish. 
 
And that's not all, Marks & Spencer has all the necessary essentials to stay protected in the sun with its quality range of sunscreen and a chic array of sun hats. 
So, whether shoppers are lounging poolside in the UAE or making some waves abroad, Marks & Spencer has summer covered.
 
Swimwear
 
For Summer 19, Marks & Spencer has introduced bold prints on playful new swimwear shapes that pair beautifully   with oversized accessories for a confident sunshine sensibility. In a gorgeous variety of shades and styles, wired and  non-wired, the women's swimsuits are sure to suit any taste. Women can also expect to shop swimwear that fits the body like lingerie, with built-in cups to offer support and comfort.
 
Clever innovations feature across the collection for high quality swimwear, including built in Swimsculpt™ technology which works to gently sculpt the body and keep everything in place so women can hit the pool with ease. And for a sleek silhouette, shoppers can opt for Secret Slimming™ swimwear, featuring concealed control panels that help to shape and smooth for extra body confidence. While StayNEW Chlorine Resist™ technology is designed to keep swimwear in colour and shape even after a summer of swimming.
 
The Marks & Spencer swimwear collection will leave shoppers feeling spoilt for choice with an array of stunning, colour-popping brights and vibrant, tropical printed swimsuits, to beautiful necklines ranging from bandeau to sweetheart styles.
 
Marks & Spencer
Tropical Print Plunge Bikini Top
AED 125.00
 
Tropical Print Roll Top Bikini Bottoms
AED 95.00 Marks & Spencer
 
Toucan Print Plunge Bikini Top
AED 110.00
 
Toucan Print Tie Side Hipster Bikini Bottoms
AED 55.00
 
Marks & Spencer
Printed Wired Plunge Bikini Top
AED 110.00
 
Palm Print Tie Side Hipster Bikini Bottoms
AED 55.00
 
Marks & Spencer
Floral Print Lace-Up Bikini Top
AED 160.00
 
Floral Print Miami Bikini Bottoms
AED 95.00
 
Marks & Spencer
Striped Plunge Bikini Top
AED 125.00
 
Striped Roll Top Bikini Bottoms
AED 95.00
 
Marks & Spencer
 
Palm Print Bandeau Tankini Top
AED 125.00 Marks & Spencer
 
Secret SlimmingTM Sparkle Padded Plunge
AED 210.00
 
Marks & Spencer
 
Toucan Print Bandeau Tankini Top
AED 125.00
 
Beachwear
 
Beyond swimwear there are plenty of options for stylish summer dressing to transcend from beach to evening. On trend colours such as pastels and pops of orange and pink come into play across beach cover-ups, elegant maxi dresses and kaftans perfect for those hot summer days.
For those looking to be comfortably cool yet fashionable in the summer heat, the collection includes Cool Comfort™ technology, which cleverly works to draw moisture away from the body, keeping women cool all around the clock. 
Linen is also a Summer wardrobe staple; cool and stylish, this natural fabric is ideal for a getaway in the sun. It is breathable, lightweight, easy to iron and becomes softer through wash and wear. What's not to love?
Celebrating versatile, stylish and contemporary summer wardrobe essentials to beach ready pieces, Marks & Spencer will ensure shoppers stand out of the crowd the season.
 
Marks & Spencer
 
Printed Woven Flippy Slip Beach Dress
AED 110.00 Marks & Spencer
 
Striped Slip Beach Dress
AED 125.00 Marks & Spencer
 
Birds Paradise Print Sarong
AED 110.00
 
Marks & Spencer
 
Cotton Rich Mini Shift Beach Dress
AED 140.00 Marks & Spencer
 
Palm Print Woven Beach Shorts
AED 70.00 Marks & Spencer
 
Cotton Rich Mini Shift Beach Dress
AED 210.00




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