20 Dresses You’ll Love for Spring

I may have already picked out sandals, bags, crop tops and even home decor that’s perfect for spring, but why stop there when I can create a roundup of must-have dresses for my favorite season, too? After all, isn’t crafting a fresh, new wardrobe the best part of switching from winter to spring? (That, and not having your teeth chatter every time you step outside!)

So that’s exactly what I’ve done—scoured all my go-to sites and shops for flirty frocks, pretty printed pieces, dazzling dresses and more that would make any spring wardrobe positively shine. Check out 20 of my favorite finds:

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1. Crepe dress by Jonathan Saunders 2. Embellished dress by Topshop 3. Cactus-print dress by Matthew Williamson 4. High-neck dress by Nicole Miller 5. Printed lace dress by Collette by Collette Dinnigan 6. Tropical-print dress by Collection by John Lewis 7. Lace dress by Oasis
8. Striped dress by Karen Millen 9. Asymmetric wrap dress by Tibi 10. Shift dress by Merona 11. Sleeveless dress by Kenzo 12. Boxy dress by Hush 13. Striped peplum dress by Ganni
14. A-line dress by Ted Baker 15. Kaleidoscope-print dress by MICHAEL Michael Kors
16. Houndstooth dress by Richard Nicoll 17. Silk wrap dress by Diane von Furstenberg 18. Pinafore dress by Toast 19. Striped dress by Calypso St. Barth 20. Sequined dress by Needle & Thread

I’m feeling much more adventurous when it comes to my spring style this year, so those bright hues—like the yellow Nicole Miller, the bold red Tibi and the neon green Ted Baker—are really sticking out to me. But that doesn’t mean I don’t love the subtler, muted hues, like the numbers from Jonathan Saunders, Merona and Kenzo. And you know how crazy I am about floral and tropical prints, so I’m crushing super hard on the dresses by Matthew Williamson, John Lewis and Needle & Thread. But hands down, it’s that gorgeously simple, pink houndstooth shift dress from Richard Nicoll that has me wanting to save up all my lunch money for a big spring splurge.

Which of these (and other) spring dresses are making your must-have list this season?

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