All the Spring Dresses I Would Wear If I Were Leaving the House Right Now

Beaufille Blue Dress


@slipintostyle; Styling: Beaufille Cézanne Cloud Tulle Midi Dress ($950)

Admittedly, I’m not even much of a dress person, but something about being holed up in my apartment with nowhere to go and nothing to dress up for suddenly has me craving a sundress, sandals, and perhaps a cold and refreshing beverage to go with them. That is, if I had an occasion or, at the very least, plans to go outside on the horizon. 

But since instead I’m home and, in the grand scheme of things, lucky to be self-quarantining for the time being, I might not be buying a spring-ready dress any time soon (if I can control myself). However, that doesn’t mean I’m not eyeing a whole crop of new styles. Anyone else? In case I’m not the only one daydreaming of dressing up, I figured I’d share the frocks on my wish list with you all today. From minis to midis, bold prints to bright whites, just keep scrolling to see and shop all the spring dresses I’ll be hoping to wear in the near future.

Figure-flattering boning makes everything better.

A flattering update to the classic shirtdress.

I love the ruched-sleeve detail on this.

Nope, we are not over smocking quite yet.

I needed you to see how pretty the back of this dress was.

You'll never get sick of wearing this.

This color is called candy, and it feels very appropriate.

All I'm saying is that I would love to be wearing a sun dress in Ibiza right now.

My bets are this is as comfortable as it looks.

This reminds me of my childhood bedding—but in a good way.

Because the sherbert trend for spring is happening.

If I had a vacation planned, this would be the first thing I packed.

Feels like a house dress but looks like a going-out dress.

I think I have to throw a party for myself in my living room to wear this.

I just might buy this anyway.

Wear it to brunch or perhaps a black-tie wedding. The options would be endless.