You Won’t Believe These 30 Hard-Working Spring Dresses Are All Under £100
Ah, dresses. Nothing else holds quite the same special place in our wardrobes, does it? An easy all-in-one outfit that can instantly make you feel put-together. Whether you’re a minimalist who favours monochrome slips and ribbed knit dresses or a maximalist who lives in bold, printed milkmaid dresses, there’s a place in every wardrobe for this pretty staple.
The best thing about dresses, though, just might be that you can bag yourself a really great one without having to dig too deep into your purse. Across the high street, second-hand and independent brands, you can find so many beautiful styles for under £100, which couldn’t be better for this time of year when your wardrobe (and your mindset) may feel like it needs a refresh after a long winter, but you’re still trying to stick to a budget at the beginning of the season.
Although it’s not the worst problem to have, there are almost too many great affordable options out there right now—trying to make an edit for this story took me hours. But I think I’ve whittled it down to the very best under-£100 styles I could find. To cut it down, I used the criteria of being expensive-looking (i.e., your friends will never believe you when you tell them your dress isn’t designer), easy to throw on and good for as many body shapes as possible, and hard-working—meaning you can wear these dresses not just at the weekends but for work and smarter occasions too. Just switch up your footwear from chunky sandals and spring boots to strappy sandals or heeled mules, and you’re off.
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Nobody’s Child is our favourite under-the-radar dress label.
This dress is such an easy way to look polished.
You can wear this with or without the waist belt.
Nothing beats a fresh white dress.
I’m obsessed with this green this season.
Denim dresses are back, and we’re so happy about it.
This could easily pass for a Totême style.
There’s something so sassy about a red dress.
This dress comes in sizes up to a UK26. Bravo, Mango.
You can always count on M&S quality to last.
Everyone on the Who What Wear UK team can’t stop talking about this dress.
This is a beautiful modest dress option.
I have a feeling this is going to be a sellout this summer.
How pretty is this?
The perfect wedding-guest dress, but throw it on with Birkenstocks for the weekend too.