20 Under-$200 Dresses We Just Added to Our Carts

With an exciting new season just around the corner, it’s right about now that you might be thinking about making some chic fall updates to your wardrobe. And there’s no easier addition than a few fresh frocks get you in the fall spirit. Luckily, there are some gorgeous new-season dresses dropping at our favorite retailers right now that you can wear with your strappy sandals while it’s still warm out and with boots once the crisp weather hits—perfect for everything from work to the weekend and beyond. Because we know there are a lot of new trends and pricier items you’re probably going to invest for the new season (think wool coats and knee-high boots), today all our dress picks are under $200. (Insert happy-face emoji here.) From chic, minimalist knit dresses for work to frocks in fall’s trendiest hues and printed options that look way more expensive than their price tags, shop our best 20 dress finds under $200 below.

Throw a camel coat over this striking knit stunner.

A '70s-inspired print dress you can wear from desk to drinks in style.

This dress hits some of fall's biggest trends with its ruffle collar, pleated silhouette, and gorgeous earthy-orange hue.

Pistachio and minty-green hues will be everywhere come September. Get in on the color trend with this chic silky halter dress.

With its romantic details and pretty hue, this will garner all the compliments.

This versatile ribbed, knit dress will take you from day to night with ease.

Think the front is gorgeous? Just look at the back.

Turn heads in this trending chili-pepper hue.

Just add tights and boots once the cooler weather rolls around.

Layer a tissue-thin black turtleneck underneath this charming floral frock come fall. 

Simple yet striking. We'll never say no to a flattering, long, knit dress.

The polo-style collar adds a cool-girl touch.

Have an after-work event? We have the dress.

One-shoulder, asymmetric silhouettes are a huge trend for fall.

Snake print will be all over our feeds this fall. Take on the trend in this work-to-weekend shirtdress.