Make Room: 15 Dresses for Spring That Deserve a Space in Your Closet – M & S
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Make Room: 15 Dresses for Spring That Deserve a Space in Your Closet

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Once you've tackled your spring-cleaning obligations, what better way to reward yourself than with a wardrobe refresh? The new season calls for new styles, trend-forward cuts, and fresh prints. One seasonal staple that's always worth considering investing in? Dresses for spring. As the weather warms and we're tempted to ditch our bundled-up winter uniform for breezier stylings, spring dresses are welcome additions to our weekly outfit lineup. Whether worn casually during the day with sneakers and a jacket or dressed up with statement accessories and heels at night, here are some new spring dresses to consider for the new season. The below boast bold prints (that aren't only florals) and playful colorways that will add some pops to your transitional wardrobe and carry you through spring.

Spring is the perfect time to add some color back into your wardrobe. This striking dress offers up a gorgeous hue and displays a modern take on typical spring prints with an abstract design. Wear it full-length for an elevated look or tie up the skirt at the front for an effortless daytime styling. Available in sizes S to L.
A striped cotton dress is a closet staple no matter your style. Pair it with a leather jacket and ankle boots for a cool-girl vibe to finish off with pretty flats and a straw basket for a look à la Jane B. Available in sizes UK6 to UK16.
Kimonos and kimono-style dresses aren't going out of style anytime soon, so why not invest in one that transitions seamlessly from winter to summer? This floral number from Rixo Lon. Available in sizes XS to XL.
For an unexpected take on prints, Danish favorite Ganni offers up a range of cool designs. This orange and black dress makes for a bolder take on florals. Available in sizes DK34 to DK42.
As we head into the new season, classic sweatshirt dressed remixed with some warm-weather flair—like theseis the perfect piece for transitional days. Available in sizes 10 to 14.
Few spring looks are more quintessential than a short-sleeve shirt dress in a pastel colorway. If you're more inclined to wear neutrals than bold pops of color, opt for a pale pink or blue to bring some spring hues back into your wardrobe. Available in sizes 0 to 12.
Give your checked blazer a break and sport the pattern in a crisp new dress for spring. The dramatic cap-sleeves make a statement on this design. Available in sizes 0 to 3.
For a more modern take on the checked trend, this long-sleeve wrap dress is a streamlined look that can be dressed up or down. Available in sizes 14 to 24.
Layer this dress over T-shirts and sweaters now, then sport it solo come summer. The bow-sleeve detail makes a lovely statement and its chambray colorway goes with just about anything. Available in sizes 0 to 2.
Even a classic floral print can look fresh and fashion-forward when paired with an atypical silhouette like this western button-down design. Available in sizes XS to L.
If you want to play with prints but steer clear of florals, try an animal print or something more abstract on a billowy silhouette that still reads spring. Available in sizes 2 to 20.
Gingham isn't going anywhere, so embrace it with a breezy shirtdress that can work in almost any season. Available in sizes XS to 3X.
If you're just easing into prints, something more subdued like on this detailed crêpe midi-dress can be a good starting piece. Quick tip: the smaller and finer the print, the softer it will appear. Available in sizes 1 to 3.
It's finally the season to bring back your linens. An airy striped number with ballooned sleeves looks forward to summer and makes for the perfect effortless dress to throw on for a weekend getaway. Available in sizes XS to XL.
If you're longing for a classic floral dress for spring, this pleated design from Vince is wonderfully traditional yet anything but boring. Available in sizes 0 to 12.

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