25 of the Internet's Best Dresses With Pockets

Best dresses with pockets


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If you've ever worn a dress with pockets (which I hope you have), you know that they're infinitely more comfortable than their pocket-less counterparts. Wearing a dress with pockets actually makes me feel more relaxed, which may sound ridiculous, but sometimes I just don't know what to do with my hands. (The struggle is real, folks.)

If I were a fashion designer, I'd only design dresses with pockets, but since I'm not, I must seek them out, and I'm letting you in on my latest finds. I scoured Shopbop, Net-a-Porter, Nordstrom, H&M, Zara, and so many e-tailers of different price points in search of the 25 best options. Honestly—this is controversial—but some of them are so good, I'd even want them if they were pocket-less. Keep scrolling to make all of your dresses-with-pockets dreams come true.

The kind of dress you can wear to work and/or on the weekends.

I own this in black, and it's basically my favorite dress.

Everything Rosie Assoulin makes is stunning, and this is no exception.

Wear this with a cardigan and knee boots when fall hits.

We all need that perfect little red dress. Bonus points for the addition of pockets.

Most of It designer Cecilie Bahnsen's dresses have pockets, which makes them even more special than we first thought. 

I will never be over smocked dresses.

This dress is so versatile, the cost per wear is basically $0.

More sizes available here.

I'm envisioning this minidress with combat boots for a very 2019 look.

Perfect for that late-summer vacation you have planned.

It wouldn't be a dress roundup without a Ganni number. 

A cool leather dress for under $250? I'll take it.

J.Crew has perfected the art of the shirtdress. 

Remember what I said above about tent dresses?

Hurry, because this sophisticated mini is selling out fast.

Be sure to zoom in on the pretty little chains of colorful flowers.

Dark florals prints are the fall trend for you if you prefer subtlety. 

Calling all the pocket-loving minimalists out there.

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