The cold rainy days are coming to an end (we hope!) and sunny weather is in the forecast. We’re itching to start wearing the colors, prints, and silhouettes of Spring. This means dresses!! Here are 15 dresses to help you make the transition into Spring. Wear them now with a light sweater or trench coat, or slip on some thigh high boots to keep your legs warm!
You will continue to see dramatic sleeves everywhere this season and we’re loving the 70s effect they have on this herringbone dress.
A sleeveless body-con can never do you wrong – especially in a flattering mid-calf length. We love it styled with booties and a sweater.
Maxi dresses are the perfect bridge from winter to spring. This black floral pattern is also the way to ease your way into bright spring and summer florals!
Slipping into this dress is like slipping into sweats – which makes it perfect to wear when it’s still chilly outside!
Pink isn’t going anywhere (thank goodness!). This cute number is definitely on our spring wish list!
If you haven’t noticed, sleeves are something we look for in transition pieces. And this mini keeps them ultra flirty thanks to polka dots and ruffles!
This pretty tunic lets you start slowly with subtle floral embroidery. Pair it with jeans on a colder day.
Chambray is the fabric of every season. And in shirt dress form it’s even more versatile.
Like we said, it’s all about chambray all the time! We love the fun pom poms on this dress.
Throw on a denim jacket with this breezy maxi dress and wear it now until forever…
This cute LBD looks great with booties and a hat for now and lace-up sandals for later.
Yes, you can start donning your off-the-shoulder frocks. This one would look great with a pair of knee high boots.
The perfect dress for your next event subtly says ‘ready for spring’ but is also timeless.
We need this pretty pleated number in our closet! The color and silhouette ensure we will wear it all year long!
Our favorite shade of pink, cold shoulders, and an affordable price tag make this transition piece a no brainer.