It’s no surprise that spring is the time of the year to wear new and colorful dresses. As the weather warms up, you may find yourself off to brunch in your favorite restaurant’s outdoor garden, a rooftop soirée with some champagne, or even a museum visit for the new exhibition. No longer do you need to layer up in sweaters and jackets; now there is everything from color-blocking to pictorial prints for your spring dresses that you can throw on to enjoy the new season. While these dresses are undoubtedly expensive, we hope that they will inspire you to find similar pieces to add to your spring wardrobe.
Cut from a lightweight silk, this bias dress from Tibi features a pink and burgundy color-blocked palette and bustier stitching that will flatter you figure. With a cutout on the back that adds drama to the silhouette, this dress has the color, the shape, and the mood for spring.
With a classic cut from Italian crepe viscose, this short sleeve shirt dress from Mansur Gavriel has a youthful twist complete with a pearl button front closure, detachable bell and an elegant midi length. The color of the dress, the signature “Flamma” bright red, carries out the energy and exuberance of the returning warmth.
This statement printed silk dress from Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s debut Chloé collection projects the perfect vision of spring that you need. The mysterious pictorial print symbolizes nature, rebirth, the human body and new beginnings. In addition to its exquisite cut that features a high neckline, softly gathered waist and a flouncy hem and sleeves, this is the piece that would refresh you from inside out.
Who doesn’t need that white dress to break from the monochrome of black and grey in winter? This vintage and timeless piece from the LA-based brand STAUD is inspired by the shape of a corset, but made with stretch-cotton poplin to be wore comfortably. Look no further for a piece that can be dressed for every occasion from a formal spring wedding to a casual afternoon picnic in the park.
Have more of an edgy and cool look in mind for the new season? This hybrid slip dress from Alexander Wang has got you covered. A white cotton base t-shirt paired with this lace-trimmed, asymmetric, satin dress, along with the color combination of white and rose pink, altogether create a stylish, effortlessly cool look.