The Range: Floral Dresses for Spring

Apr 27, 2020

A floral wrap dress is perfect for spring and summer.  It’s like a breath of fresh air.  I own a floral maxi dress and every time I wear it feels like a special occasion.  Here are a few that caught my fancy.

Corner Office

Carolina Herrera Wrap Dress ($1,790)

Cubicle Farm

Joie Acantha Wrap Dress ($160)

Front Desk

Bobeau Midi Wrap Dress ($40)

Plus-Size

City Chic Shadow Vine Dress ($50)

Petite

Talbot’s Cascade Wrap Dress ($159, petite and plus-petite)

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  1. Rachel says:

    The Talbot’s dress looks great — and it’s discounted to $49 today. It’s a double win!

  2. Meredith says:

    Just purchased the light pink floral dress, it looks so lovely! Thank you

  3. caitlin says:

    It’s amazing how prints can look “high” or “low” end. It’s just a printed design – you’d think lower-end manufacturers would be able to mimic it better on lower-priced materials. I suppose it’s more complicated than that, but gosh that Carolina Herrera dress is beautiful.

    • Belle says:

      It is amazing. I’m not sure if it’s the care that goes into the design or what, but whenever I see a print on a cheaper piece that looks high end, it’s usually an add to cart situation.

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