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Spring Dresses to Wear for Any Occasion

The best dresses to wear Spring 2018 from Liz Adams of Sequins & Stripes
No. 1 Off-the-Shoulder Midi Dress // No. 2 Tiered Gingham Dress // No. 3 Lace Midi Dress // No. 4 Striped Fit-and-Flare Dress // No. 5 Bardot Mini Dress // No. 6 Patterned One-Shoulder Dress // No. 7 Button-Down Dress // No. 8 Denim Shirtdress // No. 9 Floral Silk Ruffle Dress // No. 10 Ribbed Midi Dress // No. 11 Gingham Mini Dress // No. 12 Tie-Front Mini dress 

We had a few warm days last week here in Chicago, which really got me in a springtime mood…we are so close, you guys! As my calendar starts to fill up with more baby showers, spring weddings, Easter brunches, etc. I find myself looking for even more excuses to ditch the skinny jeans and chunky sweaters. I’m having way too much fun browsing all the new spring dresses out right now—here are a few of my favorites to wear for any occasion. 

I’ve been really into midi length dresses lately…it’s a style I never thought I could pull off, but I’ve found it to be super flattering. And when you’re a mom, sometimes a little extra length isn’t a bad thing. I love how this floral dress balances a longer length with bare shoulders, this striped dress would look so cute under a denim jacket and the pattern on this one-shoulder dress is perfect for our trip to Turks and Caicos. 

This tie-front dress is another flattering style, and it would make a great work-to-cocktails option. 

I can never resist a good shirtdress, and I love how the ruffle detail on this denim version makes it a bit more feminine. This button-down dress is a great casual option, as well. 

I’ll be wearing this Bardot mini dress in Florida—it’s even cuter in person! 

This lace midi dress is so perfect for a spring wedding, and it’s only $89! I picked up this striped dress to wear to an upcoming bridal shower, too. 

I know I’ll be wearing gingham long into summer, so I had to get this sweet tie-front mini dress (I’m obsessed with this tiered dress, too!). Finally, what’s spring without some pretty florals