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33 Dresses You'd Never Guess Were Under $100

You never know when you’re going to need a good dress. Whether it’s a last-minute date, an event you totally forgot about, a big meeting at work, or just a day you feel like kicking your look up a notch, it helps to have them on hand so you’re not left scrambling or worse—empty-handed. That’s why when I come across a dress I like on the cheap, I buy it with or without somewhere to wear it because as they say, if you build it, they will come. So, if reading this is putting you in a slight panic over your own inventory (or lack thereof), you can breathe easy: Today I’ve found not just a handful of affordable dresses to stock up on, but a whopping 33 of them. From mini to midi and simple to statement, keep scrolling to see what made the cut (and shop them).

Minidresses will look amazing with all your boots this fall.

I’m very into this mixed-print situation.

Layering inspiration included.

Get more bang for your buck and style this both as a dress and as a jacket.

This print is too go to pass up.

Also available in more sizes.

This will look perfect over all your fall sweaters.

Tiger print is really having a moment, and I’m into it.

Is it just me, or are blazer dresses just so cool?

I love anything that looks good over one of my beloved white tees.

Who doesn’t enjoy button details?

Slits turn a simple midi dress into a party dress.

Can I be cool enough to wear this?

Time to hop on board the prairie trend.

If you want to try a less out-there version of animal print, opt for black and white.

Polka dots will never go out of style.

Reformation, always keeping it easy.

This seriously looks like you could find it a Barneys.

Remember what I said about polka dots?

The Western trend is cool in all forms, including dresses.

Contrast stitching just makes everything more interesting. 

In case you were looking for the dress in the promo image, we’ve got you.

I already told our EIC, Kat, she has to buy this!

Sweater weather, but make it a dress.

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