I know I did this post a couple of weeks ago, but then I kept seeing more cute dresses that I hadn’t included, and it seemed like a shame not to share them with you. So here we go again, starting with this sweet little zebra print dress, which has that rarest of things: a high neckline I actually like.
Just a pretty green floral that I’d pair with brown knee-high boots.
A simple black shift that’d be aces with a shrunken cashmere cardigan.
This is blue and black, so of course I included it, and I like how the print looks a bit camo but also a bit like amoebas.
This sexy number looks really luxe, but rings in at just under $100.
And this looks like a vintage store score, but with a more modern shape.
I like the utility details (check out the pockets) on this floral shirtdress.
I love a cream-colored dress like this when it’s cold out—so fresh with black tights and boots.
Another pretty floral that you could wear straight into spring and beyond.
And yet another floral with a graceful asymmetrical hem.
This is the kind of dress I’d throw on when the situation demands a dress, but I really want to be comfortable.
A leopard print on denim with just a hint of a puff at the shoulder.
A tea-length dress is not something I usually go in for, but this is so pretty I couldn’t not include it.
This is a faux wrap dress, which is a good thing for those of us who fear wearing a wrap dress, encountering a stiff wind, and flashing the world.
I just think the blue here is really divine, and the cut is so ladylike-but-not-prissy.
This is pretty elegant in a my-mom-wore-it-in-the-70s way.
A cozy sweater dress with an appealing bateau neckline.
And finally: The print here is kind of dizzying, but I also think it’s pretty great.