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Here's what you need to know about Alexa Chung's clothing line for Marks & Spencer

It went on sale this morning.

THIS MORNING, ALEXA Chung’s highly-anticipated collection for Marks & Spencer officially went on sale online and in stores.

Archive by Alexa Chung contains 29 pieces including dresses, ruffled blouses, trainers and sandals, and was heavily inspired by Marks & Spencer’s extensive clothing archive.

Items range in price from €29 to €135, and are available in M&S branches in Cork, Dundrum, Liffey Valley, Mary Street and Grafton Street.

Let’s take a quick gander at some of the items, shall we?

This is the Harry Blouse

The blurb says it’s loosely inspired by the New Romantics and the Victorian era.

It’s available in pink and white, and has proven to be one of the most popular items in the collection. (As of writing, it was sold out in sizes 6, 8 and 10.)

Not everyone is keen, though.

The Eliza Dress has also emerged as a firm favourite

The dress was reportedly inspired by a 1950s apron — we can see that.

Gals on Twitter are coveting it hard.

The Misty Dress is another standout from the collection

So summery.

As is the lovely Elsie dress

Perfect for the approximately six days of sunshine we get in Ireland per year.

There’s Alexa herself modelling it.

One thing we can’t get on board with, though? These granny vests

A two-pack costs €29 and frankly they look like things you wore under your school uniform when you were a child.

Stop having us on, Alexa.

vest Source: amy

The general consensus, though? People can’t get enough of it.

You done good, Alexa.

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Amy O'Connor

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