The 12 Dresses Brightening Up Our Wardrobes This Spring

The 12 Dresses Brightening Up Our Wardrobes This Spring

While we’ve spent the last few months shivering underneath layers of wool and leather, the first signs of spring have sparked a wardrobe shift. Now, it seems everyone is wearing dresses again, even if it’s just to chill on the sofa, and there are certain styles that are proving particularly popular in fashion circles. 

Below, you’ll find 12 beautiful dresses, all of which we’ve have been given the seal of approval by multiple sartorially blessed women. The best part is even though they’re incredibly sought-after, they’re largely still in stock—though we doubt that’ll be the case for long. And if you’re watching your budget right now, then perhaps these dresses will remind you of the already fabulous ones you own that you need to re-wear this season. 

From the latest offering from cult brand Rixo to the Stine Goya dress that dominated Fashion Month as well as the Ganni frock that we know fashion insiders love, keep scrolling to see the best dresses to fall for this spring.

You can always rely on Ganni for a good, fun yet functional frock. This minidress packs a punch with its vibrant hue and big sleeves, but it will also look fab with a pair of Converse and sunnies this spring.

Free People is the go-to brand for when you’re in need of a bit of bohemian styling. Emma Rose’s black mini might not be as colourful as others, but it makes up with chic shoulder detailing. 

Trust Ellie from Slip Into Style to look this fabulous isolating at home. This Rotate dress was surely made for #dressupfridays and deserves a dramatic pair of chandelier earrings and elegant lace-up sandals (whisk and mixing bowl optional). 

With the mercury steadily rising, suddenly, linen is the fabric that is coming into its own again. Kalita’s floaty maxi will be a dream for WFH but also so useful for future holidays.

This Topshop checked number has got to be one of our faves on the high street right now. With its flattering smocked bust and puffed sleeves, this is sure to get plenty of use all season long. It won’t be around for long, though.

Knitted fabrics are the unlikely fashion hero of spring 2020. Whether you’re lounging on the sofa or popping to the shop, make like Alyssa and upgrade yours with pastel hues, flattering ribbed fits and chunky sandals. 

With a chic draped neckline and a vibrant, on-trend hue, it’s little wonder why this Stine Goya dress was the toast of the fashion month street style scene. 

Erica has a knack for finding the best items on ASOS (make that the entire high street) and this floral pleated dress is certainly no exception. 

Bernadette was a brand that made an impact in 2019 with its modest take on the satin dress. Sticking with its DNA, the label has now bestowed us with this beautiful aqua offering. 

Yes, you read that right. This dress is from high-street favourite H&M. While it has sold out online, we have it on good authority it is still available in-store and will be making a reappearance on-site any day now. In the meantime, we’ll be shopping the shorter iteration. 

No It-dress roundup would be complete without an appearance from Rixo, and right now, its green clover dress is proving to be a cult buy amongst those in the know. 

Ganni never fails to provide us with an It dress, and it seems this gingham wrap dress is going to fill that need this spring. 

Next: I just know I’ll be living in these five knitwear trends this spring.

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