Give your wardrobe a new season overhaul with our pick of the best spring dresses
If you’re looking to update your wardrobe with a new spring dress, then you can’t go wrong with this oh-so-pretty peach belted shift style from Mango.
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Brighten up your new season wardrobe with this fun tropical print dress from The Vestry.
Every girl needs a chic daydress in their spring style arsenal. Monki’s mustard yellow number is cool, super-flattering and a snip at just £35.
Oasis’ spring/summer 2012 dress collection is jam-packed with must-have fashion goodies, including this 1950s-inspired shift dress featuring a pretty dahlia floral print.
Now spring is finally here, it’s time to shed the extra layers and let your skin see the sun. Show off your figure in this bodycon dress in classic black from Wallis.
A perfect spring buy if ever we saw one. Buy this printed shift dress from Coast now and we can guarantee that you’ll reach for it again and again this season.
Spring wedding in the diary? Outdoor party, perhaps? Whatever the special occasion this spring, you have to wear this printed shift dress from Dorothy Perkins.
Zara’s done it again! This beautiful multi-coloured printed style looks way more expensive than it’s £29.99 price tag and will take pride of place in our dress collection.
Tap into spring/summer’s pastel colour trend with this sherbert yellow lace shift dress from Warehouse. We. Love.
The polka dot is a print that will never go out of style. Invest in this fashion classic now from Toast to see you through spring and beyond.
Peplum style dresses were spotted all over the spring/summer 2012 catwalks at the likes of Jason Wu, Christian Dior and Givenchy. Get the look for less with this tomato red style from Miss Selfridge.
Add some interest to your spring dresses collection with this blue leopard print number from Coast. Grrr!
A midi-length dress is a great style to wear out and about this spring thanks to its more conservative length. Snap up this striped style from ASOS now, before we beat you to it…
Now’s the time to swap darker and muted shades for bursts of bright colour. Do just that with this emerald green jersey shift from the undisputed kings of minimalist high street fashion, COS.
Classic day dress shape. Stylish polka dot pattern. Only £36. What’s not to love?
Embrace spring’s love of bright colours by buying H&M’s lemon yellow dress. Surprisingly easy to wear, that statement shade means your need little in the way of accessories just let your dress do the talking.
A striped dress in navy blue and white is a spring/summer classic. Update yours now with Dorothy Perkins’ bargainlicious tube dress.
How pretty! Bring out your girly side with Jigsaw’s floral printed daydress.
Add a splash of colour to your new season wardrobe with this fizzing pink skater dress from H&M.
Colour and prints are set to be huge trends for spring once more especially when mixed together. Channel the look with this Lipsy bodycon dress.
A pretty spring dress with a stunning bird print for less than £15? Yep. Thank you H&M!
Your spring dresses collection doesn’t have to be all brights mix it up with more muted hues. A retro print, like this ASOS skater dress, will give your look a more vintage feel.
How gorgeous is this Dorothy Perkins dress? We adore the chic midnight blue shade, the flattering chiffon layers and the pretty embellished neckline for a touch of sparkle.
On cooler spring days you may fancy covering your arms. Mango’s monochrome design is a great everyday style that also gives you lots of coverage.
If you’re not a fan of bright colour, why not opt for stylish monochrome instead? The cute bird print on this Dorothy Perkins dress will keep it from looking boring.
Opt for classic ladylike elegance with your spring dress style, with this printed crepe number from French Connection.
The maxi dress is a spring/summer staple. Update your collection this season with Mango’s classic floral print style.
Ruby dresses continue to be a popular choice with the A-list on the red carpet. Follow their lead and go scarlet with this New Look chiffon style.
Simply style this strapless maxi with flats and tribal jewellery for a laidback feel on downtime days.
Unleash your inner ’50s girl with Oasis’ embroidered shift dress.
Not only will this jade lace dress from Mango be your go-to style for spring, but it will work brilliantly as a holiday dress too!
This oh-so-chic maxi dress from Topshop ticks all of springs sartorial boxes: on-trend floral print, cool summery silhouette and purse-friendly price. We’ll race you to it…
Whether you wear this bird print Warehouse dress to work with a cardigan and heels, out and about running errands, or for relaxed weekends away, it’s guaranteed to become the hardest working new addition to your wardrobe.
The little black dress is a failsafe fashion classic whatever the season!
With its three-quarter-length sleeves and flared skirt, this striped skater dress is guaranteed to flatter any shape.
Make an entrance in this floral print dress from Oasis a steal at £65.
The spring/summer 2012 catwalks were awash with pretty floral prints once more, at the likes of Christopher Kane, Prada and Marni. Get the designer look for less with Warehouse’s statement dress.
Cut a striking figure in this printed strapless dress River Island. We’re loving the skinny belt too, to cinch in that waist.
Is this the perfect spring daydress? We think so!
The maxi dress trend shows no sign of waning, so if you’re yet to invest in a floor-length style, then now is the time to do so. Get the look with Zara’s black style with sexy side splits.
Classic shift dress style? Check. On-trend peach hue? Check. Purse-friendly price? Check, check, check.
If you’re after something new to spruce up your look at the office, then look no further. This printed midi-length dress from Warehouse will please even the most fashion conscious of office-goers.
Marl grey looks cool and casual on warmer spring days. Channel the look by buying this cross-hem dress from Missguided.
Go for a fun vibe with this zig zag print dress for a stylish alternative to block colours.
Reiss remains one of our favourite stores to stock up on spring dresses. This flared blue style has just jumped to the top of our shopping wish list.
Stand out from the crowd this season with New Look’s pretty butterfly print dipped hem dress. A bargain at just £29.99!
A girl can never have too many printed spring dresses. This Topshop number is a brilliant buy for spring. Simply team with flat sandals and jewellery. Easy-peasy.
Wallis’ sweet polka dot dress will work with a plethora of looks and never lose its style.
You can’t go wrong with pillar box red. This belted shift dress from Wallis is simple and chic.