Spring-dress season is upon us, and it turns out that a whole lot of them are on sale: long ones, short ones, medium ones, plus-size ones, floral ones, striped ones, work-appropriate ones, wedding-appropriate ones, wandering-around-the-neighborhood-on-a-weekend ones, blue ones (we have a thing for the blue ones), bright-red ones, black linen ones … Below, our favorites — which we will keep updating throughout the following months as they sell out and new dresses arrive on the price-chopping block.
Our colleague Dana Trombley swears by Yumi Kim dresses and says they are “PERFECT for weddings.”
Stripes for spring!
A more “directional” striped spring dress from the good folks over at Opening Ceremony.
This denim dress features a groovy trompe l’oeil tie-waist situation.
A twofer: This “jacket dress” can be worn buttoned up as a dress, or unbuttoned as a jacket.
This versatile A-line dress has both a V-neck and a V-back.
A dress made for the dance floor.
Under $200 for a DVF wrap dress is a pretty good deal.
The oversize cuffs on this striped maxi dress are a nice touch.
An LBD that manages to feel exceedingly springy.
Good for a spring wedding where you want to look elegant, but not over-the-top.
This is very “I’m just picking up a few things at the farmers’ market.”
The definition of an easy-breezy spring weekend dress.
Wear this embroidered dress from Velvet by Graham & Spencer either on or off the shoulders.
The flowers on this Karl Lagerfeld shift are 3-D!
A classic Marni dress at an un-classic price.
A black dress that you can get away with wearing at a wedding. (It’s the lace sleeves.)
A floral dress with some drama from Parker.
The skirt length says, “I’m ready to party,” while the high collar says, “But I keep it classy.”
This is a very good price for See by Chloé.
$767 is not cheap, but this is a really cute M Missoni dress.
It’s hard for us to resist a gingham smock dress.
A casual everyday spring dress if we’ve ever seen one.
For your spring trip to the Amalfi Coast (or your second cousin’s wedding).
When it’s a little chilly out, Tory Burch recommends wearing this swingy A-line dress over a turtleneck.
A crisp cotton shirtdress with a frilly accent.
You know what we like about this dress (in addition to its loveliness)? That it’s machine washable.
The straps are adjustable, so you can go high or low, depending on your mood.
You can’t see it in this photo, but there’s a Peter Pan collar involved here.
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