Hooray for spring! Finally, the warm sunny days are upon us. Now is the best time to pull out all of your spring fashions including those comfortable and cool dresses. If you are in the process of updating your spring wardrobe then keep on reading because I'm sharing the perfect dresses to wear this spring.
GRLFRND Denim's short-sleeved 'Max' dress reminds us of vintage styles from the 70s. Designed in a collared silhouette, it's made in a fitted silhouette with traditional jean details-think belt loops and five-pocket construction. Cinch the waist with a wide leather belt.
Olivia von Halle's 'Issa' slip dress is cut from a lustrous gem-toned green silk-satin that drapes beautifully over the body. It has delicate Rouleau straps and a plunging backline-making it a sultry option for date night. Reserve it for evening events with a pair of barely-there sandals and a metallic clutch.
Perfectly placed pleats radiate from golden discs, adding 80s drape to this vintage-inspired floral dress adorned by beaded blossoms at the shoulders.
Fendi's Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld says that when he first penned the label's now-iconic 'FF" logo back in 1965, he did so in less than five seconds. Cut from stretch jacquard-knit that sculpts your silhouette, this dress is woven with the moniker and finished with flexible ribbed trims. Wear yours to dinner with slouchy knee boots or sneakers.
Nanushka has quickly garnered a devoted following thanks to its fresh, feminine pieces that work for virtually anytime or place. Designed exclusively for us, this 'Saffron' midi dress is cut from gleaming eggplant satin with an asymmetric draped silhouette. The side cutout and tie front highlight the smallest part of your frame.
Veronica Beard's pinstriped dress fastens with a row of asymmetric buttons-a signature of the label. Creating the illusion of two separate pieces layered together, it has a collarless shirt-style top and flounced skirt. It looks equally cool with heels or sneakers.
Have you updated your spring wardrobe yet?
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