My typical online shopping experience tends to look a little like the following: find a specific item I like, cycle through every color option it comes in, proceed to add every color or print option to my cart, then let them sit in my cart for a good few hours while I try to narrow them down to one. I like options, and being forced to make a singular decision is not one of my strong suits. All of which probably explains why I'm such a big fan of the two-tone trend. It's fresh, it's Princess Diana–approved, and it's an easy solve for anyone who experiences as much indecisiveness as I do. Why settle for one color when you can have two?
The split-tone color-blocking has been a fashion week favorite the last few seasons thanks to the likes of Celine's popular mismatched sandals and the handful of contrasting half-and-half designs that followed. But this season's two-tone hero is clearly spring dresses. Between a classic pink-and-red pairing to more unexpected options like a green-and-black gown, the 16 bicolored dresses ahead are pure relief for anyone who has a hard time picking sides.