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One dress, three ways: From office to bars and bistros

Get your fashion fix in this stylish Lidl dress that costs just £6.99!

By Maureen Coleman

Published 29/04/2015

Office chic: Shift dress, £6.99, blazer, £24.99, scarf, £9.99, both New Look, bag, £45, River Island, shoes, stylist’s own
Office chic: Shift dress, £6.99, blazer, £24.99, scarf, £9.99, both New Look, bag, £45, River Island, shoes, stylist’s own
27 April 2015 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.
Cocktail hour: Dress £6.99, necklace, £12.99, clutch bag, both New Look, sunglasses and sandals, stylist’s own

This year Lidl Northern Ireland launched its first ever spring/summer fashion collection, Esmara, which includes a selection of fashion-forward, affordable pieces to suit every taste and budget.

One of the stand-out pieces in the range is a versatile shift dress, which can be styled to suit a variety of occasions, both day and night.

A snip at only £6.99, this simple yet stylish dress is the ultimate summer staple, available in a choice of colours- this season's hottest shade coral and the cool classics, navy or cream.

Savvy style hunters can team the dress with an on-trend denim shirt (£7.99) for a dressed down, casual summer look at a fraction of the high street cost. When channelling office chic, pair the dress with a blazer, scarf and stylish courts for an effortless summer work ensemble.

For post-work drinks or dinner-a-deux, just add a statement necklace, clutch bag and a pair of killer heels and you're ready to party.

One simple item, three stunning looks.

The shift dress is available from Lidl Northern Ireland from tomorrow.

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