Nothing excites shoppers more than the return of a highly sought-after bargain.
Affordable fashion retailer Glassons just revealed its $49 Cutout Knot Front Dress is back in stock after customers snapped up stock in just two days last time it hit shelves.
The clingy bodycon dress features risqué cutouts that flash the wearer’s midriff and is already being spotted on social media – including on Married At First Sight star Martha Kalifatidis.
The 32-year-old reality star shared a snap wearing the skimpy mini dress in purple, prompting fans to say she was channelling “Daphne from Scooby Doo”.
She teamed the dress with a pair of pastel pink heels and posed in a doorway of a similar hue.
“Ummm. Wow! You look incredible,” one fan wrote.
“Hottest babe in town,” another said.
“What a vibe that dress is,” someone else added.
Glassons announced on Tuesday the “favourite dress is back” much to the delight of its customers.
“The cutout trend has seen a big revival over the last year,” a spokesperson told news.com.au.
“We first released our cutout knot dress earlier this year, which sold out in two days, and has now dropped again in lilac.
“We’re finding our customers are loving colour, especially after wearing a lot of loungewear in neutral tones last year, and this style is designed to flatter your curves in all shapes and sizes.”
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Martha isn’t the only woman who has slipped into the slinky dress, with countless shoppers sharing snaps of themselves in their new purchase that is available in three colours, black, stone and plum.
Black is proving extremely popular, with many styling the dress up with heels and a chic clutch or down with casual flats.
Every colour has a lot of fans, with women of all sizes showing how they wear the garment.
Eagle-eyed shoppers have already spotted the dress isn’t in stock this time in orange, a vibrant colour fashion lovers are now calling to return.
“Will this be coming out in orange?” one asked the retailer on Instagram.
However some thought the dress was a little too racy, asking: “When did you guys stop selling normal, modest clothes?”