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Fun Spring Dresses

Apr 06, 2013

It's high time to shed those winter layers, chunky knit sweaters and boots for our picks of the best spring dresses out there! If you've been hibernating for the past few months then there's no time like the present to go for a much needed new dress to refresh your closet

Trends 

There are so many fun trends this season and the easiest way to wear them is with a little spring dress. Shades of pale pastel, big blooming flowers, geometric shapes and prints galore! Color-block is still big this season and so are bright colors and shades of neon. Have a bit of fun and paint your nails to match! All you have to do is pick one you like and throw it on and go! Style it up however you like it with different shoe like sneakers or boots. The best thing about a dress is that if it's still a bit chilly where you are, you can easily just rock them for some tights until the sun comes out. Be creative and you can wear the same dress to a dance, to school or just hanging out this spring!

Style It Up 

You can instantly change the look of a dress by what you wear with it. Tie a denim shirt over a floral dress, wear a white t-shirt underneath, pair it with some totally cool high-top sneakers, or add a bright neon pink belt! Don't be afraid to experiment - you can get a lot of wear out of just one cool new spring dress!

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What's your favorite style of dress to wear in the spring and summer? 

 

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