Wayfair is going to be retrofitting some of its dresses into white long dresses.
The retailer said that the new dresses would be available in mid-August, while the first batch will be made available to customers starting in October.
The long dresses, which feature long, full sleeves, will be available to women with short sleeves and will have a price of £55 each.
There will also be dresses available with a shorter skirt and longer hem, priced at £80.
The new dresses will be sold at a higher price than the ones made for other categories, such as suits and trousers, but it will still be cheaper than the long dresses for women with shorter arms and legs.
Wayfair has said that its goal is to “create a modern, feminine, fashion-forward wardrobe for women in the 21st century.”
The company said that it is partnering with fashion house H&M to produce the dresses.
It said that “our vision is to create a more streamlined wardrobe that reflects the latest trends and offers a more contemporary style to our customers.”
It is also offering a discount on the long-sleeved dresses for customers who buy them online.