Despite being a reluctant dress-wearer, I can’t deny that the spring dress offering on the high street is looking pretty appealing this year. I think even my fellow dress-ambivalent fashion lovers might just find something that they’re tempted to try this year. While there’s the usual offering of ditzy florals and floaty prairie dresses, I’ve enjoyed the more tailored styles that have come to the fore, which feel a little more refined and so very grown-up.
The classic shirt dress is the perfect example of this, and most of the dresses that have caught my eye this season come with pared-back silhouettes, tailored fits and calf-grazing hemlines. I love how Mango has styled its denim shirtdress over flared jeans for a cool layered look and the way Zara’s linen-blend dress features a chic twist detailing on the bust. I have also found myself drawn to more minidresses this March, as seen in this fab & Other Stories’ pink piece and Mango’s tiered mini, both of which are begging to be worn with cowboy boots and ’70s sunnies.
But of course, if you can’t get enough of the spring dress classics, there’ll still be plenty of options for you, such as & Other Stories’ green collared dress and Mango’s picnic-ready gingham midi. Anyway, it’s time for you to see for yourself the amazing spring dresses on offer right now. Scroll down to shop the best styles to buy from & Other Stories, Zara and Mango.
& Other Stories
& Other Stories Wide Tiered Puff Sleeve Midi Dress (£95)
I’m so into checks this season.
& Other Stories Tiered Mini Lace Dress (£75)
Bring out the vintage vibes with big sunnies and cowboy boots.
& Other Stories Asymmetric Mini Shirt Dress (£69)
A pink minidress for those who don’t usually wear pink.
& Other Stories Statement Collar Denim Mini Dress (£75)
Expect to see plenty more denim around this year.
& Other Stories Mulberry Silk Blend Midi Dress (£135)
Style with boots now and Birkenstocks come summer.
& Other Stories Statement Collar Floral Mini Dress (£75)
I don’t usually do florals, but this mini may just change my mind.
& Other Stories Relaxed Belted Shirt Midi Dress (£85)
So into the safari styling of this belted dress.
& Other Stories Wide Tiered Puff Sleeve Midi Dress ($95)
Yep, the throw-on dress is back for another year.
Mango Organic Cotton Puffed Dress (£50)
The simplicity of this mini makes it look so expensive.
Mango Checked Cotton Dress (£50)
This is 100% a picnic-ready spring dress.
Mango Puffed Sleeves Denim Dress (£60)
One of my fave pieces in the whole edit.
Violeta by Mango Button Knit Dress (£50)
This looks so chic layered over colour-match trousers.
Mango Faux-Leather Shirt Dress (£50)
Never thought I’d wear yellow, but this is soft enough to feel approachable.
Mango V-Neck Denim Dress (£50)
I can imagine layering this over a white roll-neck and knee-high boots in winter.
Mango V-Neck Satin Dress (£50)
Such a beautiful shade of green.
Mango Cotton Shirt Dress (£50)
Yes, a thousand times, yes.
Zara Voluminous Dress With Belt (£50)
*Adds to basket*
Zara Long Linen Oversize Shirt (£50)
This lime green feels very Bottega.
Zara Linen Blend Dress With Gathered Detail (£50)
A great all-year-round midi dress.
Zara Oversized Knit Dress (£50)
Give your spring wardrobe a much-needed pop of pink.
Zara Dress With Jacquard Animal Motif (£29.99)
I’ll wear this now and long into the summer months.
Zara ‘70s Premium Denim Dress (£60)
For a very ’70s spin on 2021 spring style.
Zara Buttoned Jacquard Dress (£28)
So into the retro-inspired print on this collared dress.
Zara Textured Dress (£30)
Wear this while the weather is still chilly.
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