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15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

April 21, 2017 | By  

There’s no doubt that flowers and spring are a match made in haven. Everywhere you turn you’re probably seeing ditsy-print dresses, embroidered petals on jackets and delicate lace rosettes decorating bags. But that doesn’t mean florals are your only option for the season. Here, 15 fabulous spring dresses without a single bloom in sight.

15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

Striped Shirting

Stripes + button-up material + a wrap silhouette = the must-have dress we never knew we needed.

Maeve ($158)

15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

Flouncy Brights

Who needs prints when you can brighten your day with a sunny solid?

Madewell ($158)

15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

Colorful Eyelet Lace

Give classic eyelet lace a much-needed face-lift with bold colors like red or orange.

ASOS ($128)

15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

Abstract Jewel Tones

Bridge the gap between winter and spring with deep jewel tones in a breezy silhouette.

Vix ($200)

15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

Party-Ready Gingham

Gingham isn’t just for picnics. Rock this standout number at the hundreds of upcoming weddings you have to attend.

J.Crew ($128)

15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

Subtle Greenery

Give a nod to spring florals with a leaf-inspired print in any color but green.

Ann Taylor ($139)

15 Spring Dresses That Have Nothing to Do with Florals

Sun-Washed Brights

A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to.

Forever 21 ($12)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Ladylike Lace Stripes

Black and white stripes lend some edge to an otherwise preppy lace midi.

Michael Michael Kors ($295)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Military Green

Wear it alone when it’s warm or layer over your favorite striped tee when Mother Nature is being fickle.

Splendid ($220)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Cool Color-blocking

Sure, you’re itching to wear this cutie to the beach in high summer, but it’s just as much fun to wear now for a Saturday brunch with the girls.

Mara Hoffman ($365)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Off-the-Shoulder Chambray

Ditch stiff denim for a floaty chambray dress instead. Much cooler and right on trend.

Old Navy ($35)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Tricolor Graphics

Mixed-print draping makes this dress seem fancy, but you better believe it’s still comfy as can be.

DVF ($498)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Ruffled Brights

Upgrade your basic T-shirt dress with ruffle details and bright stripes.

Tory Burch ($250)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Millennial Pink

Forget the name (you know it’s everywhere) and just admit that this pretty pink shirtdress is perfect for looking put-together without even trying.

H&M ($35)

Sun-Washed Brights A comfy T-shirt dress in pretty pastels or light spring tones is the ultimate weekend go-to. Forever 21 ($12)

Mismatched Stripes

A mix of vertical and horizontal stripes means you won’t end up looking like the Hamburglar when you step out for a night on the town.

Banana Republic ($128)

 

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