As much as we love sweaters, coats, and scarves, there is just something special about finally breaking out your spring dresses. They're breezy! They're romantic! They're fun! A delicate, vivid dress is the perfect reflection of the way that spring makes us feel after a long winter, and we are ready to break out all the 2022 trends, from maxi dresses to mini dresses and everything in between.
Cleobella Luna Mini Dress ($208)
Add this dress to your sustainable closet for a colorful and cute outfit any day of the week. Equal parts feminine and bohemian, this is the perfect dress to wear until summer ends.
H&M+ Tie Belt Shirt Dress ($35)
If you need something breezy and comfortable for your weekend trip to the farmer's market, we have the perfect solution. The relaxed, airy design of this dress is complemented by a bright color that will catch everyone's eyes.
UO Samira Satin Slip Dress ($79)
Whether you use it as a bikini coverup or pair it with a structured jacket for date night, a slip dress in a vivid pattern is the perfect mix of casual and flirty.
Short Sleeve T-Shirt Dress ($25)
A T-shirt dress is made for the people who just want an excuse to wear a comfy tee all the time, without having to wear any pants. Pockets included!
Flowy Puff Sleeve Midi Dress ($119)
We're obsessed with any kind of dress detailing that makes us feel like we could have a Bridgerton-themed brunch. Case in point: the delicate flowers, puff sleeves, and feminine ruching of this dress.
Hutch Floral-Hem Maxi Dress ($248)
If you're looking to splurge for a wedding or a formal event, consider a cranberry number with straps that look like strings of roses! Romantic, chic, and also appropriate come holiday season.
UO Mallory Cowl Neck Slip Dress ($49)
We love the way that slip dresses make us feel chic. Picking one in lavender just adds a little big of extra *spring* in our step. ;)
Puff-sleeved Dress ($35)
What do garden parties, picnics, and baby showers all have in common? They're all the perfect occasion for wearing a colorful, floral dress like this one. The fabric's also light enough that you won't be baking come afternoon!
Flutter Sleeveless Tiered Dress ($35)
If you haven't jumped on the chartreuse train yet, this dress might be the thing that finally convinces you. We're in love with the ruching and fluttery cap sleeves.
Puff-Sleeved Dress ($35)
Siri, play The Cheetah Girls soundtrack. We're always down to wear a sassy animal print because it means we can go easy on the accessories — the dress has all the details an outfit needs!
Puff Sleeve Ruffle Collar Dress ($35)
A bright shade of mustard turns you into a walking ray of sunshine, even on rainy spring days.
UO Hansel Heart Print Strappy-Back Mini Dress ($59)
Old school gingham gets a modern upgrade with a strappy design, plunging neckline, and printed sunbursts. Your spring break dress: found.
Sleeveless Tiered Dress ($30)
Paired with a bright cardigan (or colorful sandals), spaghetti strap sleeves and a floral pattern keep this jewel-toned number from looking too autumnal.
Maxi Tie Jumpsuit ($249)
If you'd rather be wearing sweatpants (honestly, same), opt for a jumpsuit that will trick everyone into thinking you're wearing a dress!
Lalavon Twofer Midi Dress ($130)
You don't need a multicolored dress when you have a smocked bodice and ruched pockets!
UO Olympia Off-The-Shoulder Midi Dress ($79)
A corset-esque bodice gives an otherwise relaxed dress structure and sophistication. Wear it with heels on girls' night or pair with your go-to sneakers for a grocery store run.
Sleeveless Tiered Gauze Dress ($20)
Cute, comfy, *and* inexpensive? This dress hits the jackpot! Pair with sandals and a jean jacket for a walk around town or throw on a baseball cap and wear it over your swimsuit.
UO Persephone Mini Dress ($69)
If you're a fan of vintage looks, you'll love the toned-down color and floral print on this dress. The silhouette and cut keep it from looking too outdated.
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