Style Your Senses
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March 8, 2016 |
Hi Friends! It’s Tuesday and we are continuing to build our Spring wardrobe with affordable and versatile pieces. I’m loving this series and glad that you guys seem to be too. I’ve gotten quite a few emails with further questions and/or asking for additional advice on Spring…so please don’t hesitate!
Today we are talking affordable dresses for Spring and I’m so excited to share what I’ve found! I was even shocked with the amazing selection of Spring dresses priced under $100. I broke them down into a casual category and a more formal category and all are under $100 bucks ! If you are a busy mom looking for some go-to casual dresses to wear on a daily basis running errands, spending time at the park or even versatile enough for Happy Hour…I’ve got you covered! All are easy fits and can be worn so many different ways. On the other hand, if you have a Spring event…a wedding, a baby shower, or even a black tie event…I even managed to find super stylish and flattering dresses for more formal occasions. Happy dress shopping!
If you missed the previous two weeks, see tops under $50 HERE and bottoms HERE.
One | $34.94
The flutter sleeves and relaxed feel of this dress are perfect for a summer day paired with gladiator sandals.
Two | $34
I LOVE this dress and can’t wait to wear mine again this Spring. See how I style it HERE.
Three | $48
I love the lace details on this shift. Throw a denim jacket over it for the Spring and wear it with a neutral wedge for Summer.
Four | $78
I have this dress and absolutely LOVE it. It’s long enough to wear casually but also sassy enough to dress up for a date. See how I styled it HERE.
Five | $65
I found this dress yesterday and immediately ordered it. This flirty ruffle detail is just too good and great for a fun date night or evening party…especially at this price!
Six | $48
This is one of my favorite dresses in my closet. I’ve had it for 3 years now and it’s a total go to. It can be dressed up or down, packs well, and is such a flattering fit. Its comes in multiple colors, and at $48, I suggest buying two.
Seven | $50
I love the cut of this dress and the soft cotton fabric. Perfect for a day if running around, paired with your favorite strappy sandal and crossbody bag.
Eight | $46
This little blush number is a great go-to and comes in 3 different colors.
Nine | $34.94
This lightweight shift dress will be my go to for Spring and Summer…easy, flattering, and so inexpensive.
Ten | $32.94 ($15 for a LIMITED time!)
How adorable is this chambray number? Love the ruffle detail!
Eleven | $48
I also have this dress and love it. another easy fit and a piece in your closet that you can throw on with little thought.
Twelve | $58
How amazing is this hi-low chambray dress?? Love it with sneakers, sandals or even wedges!
One | $90
Can you even get over that this gown is under $100?? The cobalt blue is so beautiful for a Spring wedding.
Two | $78
This girly number is so classic and timeless.
Three | $98
I have this dress and absolutely love it. Perfect for a cocktail party, Spring wedding or baby shower…and it comes in a rainbow of colors. See how I wore it HERE.
Four | $98
The print on this dress is so great and I love it paired with these bold heels.
Five | $48
I ordered this flirty baby blue dress and cannot wait to get it in! The midi length is great for an afternoon wedding or a shower and it’s such a steal at under $50!
Six | $56
This sassy take on a little black dress is so on trend with the high neck and knotted waist and a great update to your LBD lineup for Spring.
Seven | $48
This bold lace number is flirty and fun but also flattering and so well priced.
Eight | $58
I totally thought that I was reading the price of this red formal gown wrong…$58?! Such a beautiful silhouette and a dress that’s sure to wow!
In case you missed the last two weeks, see my favorite tops under $50 below. Great closet staples!
Here are my favorite bottoms for Spring. I broke it down by style and trend and also paired each back to the previous weeks’ tops. See the full post HERE.
What are you interested in seeing more of?