10 Perfect Spring Dresses

It's freezing this morning, so my criteria for these dresses is that each made me gasp and say "Spring!" and that you can wear them to work with the addition of a cardigan.
Top: orange print sundress, Banana Republic $98
color block halter maxi dress, T-Bags on Net-a-Porter $235
pale embroidered strapless dress, French Connection $188
Middle: blue wallpaper print shift, Ann Taylor $169
floral sheath, Helene Berman at Nordstrom $238
yellow print halter dress, Anthropologie $178
orange stripe wiggle dress, Mod Cloth $137.99
Bottom: reddish orange bow waist dress, J. Crew $78
abstract tulip print dress, T-Bags on Bluefly $103
pale yellow ruffled wrap dress, Max & Cleo at Nordstrom $118


Anonymous said…
I don't know where you are but I'm in socal and its very cold in the morning but is starting to get warmer in the afternoons. These are very pretty dresses.
Jael Paris said…
I'm in northern Indiana, and becca's in Chicago. It's perfectly normal for a Great Lakes spring to swing from 25 to 65 in 12 hours. We also alternate between raging storms and clear skies.
Kate said…
The dresses are beautiful, but I don't know if I would call them budget by any means... I don't know about most people, but I can't run out and buy myself a dress over 75 dollars, let alone 200!

Looking at them makes me wish the sun would stop hiding. I live in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and it has been SNOWING the past few days! =)
Jael Paris said…
Budget buys weren't really my focus, but I can certainly do a post about spring dresses under $75 for you.

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