WITH summer just around the corner, it can only mean one thing, wedding season.
And shoppers are rushing to Asda to pick up what they're calling the perfect wedding guest dress.
Asda shared a snap of the green dress on Instagram and fashion fans flocked to the comments section.
One person said: "The first dress is my new fave thing in my wardrobe right now.
Another commented, tagging a friend: "You need the first dress!"
The garment is described as cowl neck and sleeveless, with a tie-up fastening back. It currently has a 4.7 star review on average.
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One five-star reviewer said: "Love this dress, perfect for a wedding. It's very flattering on."
A second added: "Really nice dress, quite flattering and lovely material. Back fasten tie is quite faffy but looks good once it’s done properly."
"Would be lovely for an evening on holiday," penned a third.
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Meanwhile, a fourth commented: "Simple, summer dress in a lovely colour/design. Flattering fit."
Recently the brand George has also garnered attention for their swimwear line.
According to plus size fashion guru, known only @lux_island, the store's George at Asda range are "killing it" when it comes to beachwear.
In the clip, the fashion whizz, who is a size 18-22, starts off with a green crinkle-cut material costume which she brands "absolutely sensational."
The fashion guru, who also purchased it in hot pink, then goes on to show her social media followers what she'd pair it with.
Slipping into white cheesecloth shorts, she enthuses: "They're amazing – they're £12 mate."
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