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10 Fabulous Spring Dresses Under-$75

I realize that it’s still snowing on the East Coast, but spring is coming.  I promise.  And your closet needs to be ready.  That means dresses.  Here are ten work and weekend dresses that look fabulous, all of which are under-$75.  Because who doesn’t love a deal?

Max Studio Striped Shirtdress ($49)

Love Ady Plus-size Striped Dress ($59)

Tahari Notched Sheath Dress ($49)

AQUA Rib Knit Faux Wrap Dress ($68)

Connected Floral Dress ($69, also in petite)

Seraphine Casey Dress ($69)

& Other Stories Flared Slit Sleeve Dress ($65)

Adrianna Papell Cap Sleeve Dress ($49)

London Times Plus-size Catalina Dress ($39)

Boohoo Zaira Midi Dress ($59)

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  1. Cait says:

    Thank you for including a maternity option! I have that Seraphine dress and it is so flattering on a rapidly growing/changing body.

    March 22, 2018/Reply
  2. Raquel says:

    thank you for sharing the adrianna papel dress! I have been trying to spend a Nordstrom gift card this week and had SO much trouble finding cute, affordable work pieces on their website!

    March 22, 2018/Reply
  3. Jenn S. says:

    This is a great post, and it made me think of the Homeyee mention you made and the comments it spawned last year. I now own 3 dresses from them; they’re inexpensive (under THIRTY FREAKING DOLLARS), sturdy, machine washable, and totally appropriate for the office. I wear them to work all the time and get compliments every time I do.

    March 22, 2018/Reply
    • JBinDC says:

      I always see these Homeyee dresses with their super high ratings, but they look so fitted in the pictures. What would you recommend in terms of sizing? Size up? Stick with your regular size? Thanks!

      March 22, 2018/Reply
      • CA says:

        Yes! Sizing concerns me. They have been in my wish list forever because I’m so scared of the size issue.

        March 22, 2018/Reply
    • Jenn S. says:

      Hi! So the sizing is is not what most of us in the US are used to. For a successful order, is imperative that you follow *their* size chart, which is displayed with the product images (or, if you prefer, I hunted down a link to the image itself here: I think most of the people facing sizing issues are going by Amazon’s generic/universal size chart.

      In Homeyee, I wear a 6 and they fit very well. In most western brands, I’m often a 0 or 2 depending on the brand. In case it helps, here are my measurements for reference: 33″ bust, 27-28″ waist, 37″ hips. One of my three dresses may benefit from some minor alterations (nip the bust in) but it does not look ill-fitting or sloppy without.

      March 22, 2018/Reply
  4. BN says:

    Thank you for including so many plus size options! You are incredible (as are these dresses).

    April 4, 2018/Reply