Aren’t you just glad the long winter days are finally over? We’re finally seeing more dresses, worn without tights, of course, and we are excited to see more spring frocks! The following ladies have already greeted the season with their enviable dresses:
1. Marta from Poland
Marta’s delightfully quirky glittery dress is just that — delightful. It looks like it is so much fun to frolic around empty playgrounds in this dress. The dress features not only a “notice me” glitter finish but also a multilayered petticoat that emphasizes its fit-and-flare structure.
2. Borjana from Vienna, Austria
Borjana’s tiered lace-and-tulle dress virtually floored us with its ethereal quality. It can even work as a wedding dress! We imagine traipsing around cobble-stoned walkways and archways adorned with flowers in this dress.
3. Annette from California
If you don’t know it’s spring already, count the number of floral frocks popping out everywhere. It’s a print we wouldn’t mind seeing a lot, especially if it’s a floral-printed dress as beautiful as Annette’s. We love the dress’ nod to the ’50s.
4. Olympia from Germany
The perfect dress doesn’t have to be brimming with details or overflowing with contrasting prints. Sometimes, it can also be a simple straight dress with understated features. Just check out Olympia’s soft blue frock. It’s clean-looking but not boring with its zippered detail. We also commend her styling. The plaid jacket is a nice touch!
5. Maria Jesus from Spain
What could be breezier and more relaxing to wear than a lovely tent dress? Maria’s blue one looks so classy. The embellishment at the bottom gives it a unique and eye-catching flair.
6. Zijun Zhou from Seattle, Washington
The stripes print is another spring favorite. But rather than the usual one-direction stripes print, try something with a mixture of vertical and horizontal stripes just like Zijun’s dress. It’s very current and makes for an interesting optical illusion pattern.
7. Nora from New South Wales, Australia
Tea-length vintage dresses will never get old. We’ll never tire of seeing them either. We fancy Nora’s gingham-printed one with its lovely green and pink combination that fits right in this season.
8. Laura from London, England
Not a fan of floral prints? Try palm prints. Laura wears a palm-printed body-con dress that had us dreaming of tropical islands and pineapple drinks.
9. Amy from New York
What better way to pay homage to an icon of fashion than to wear him (or her)? Amy’s Karl Lagerfeld (Chanel and Fendi’s head designer) dress uniquely stands out. We sure laud her quirky taste.
10. Aminta from Spain
Speaking of quirky taste, don’t you just feel like that adjective best describes Aminta’s teapot dress? Her quilted frock definitely doesn’t have your run-of-the-mill print. But guess what? We like it!
These ladies sure whetted our appetite for more adorable dresses. What do you think of their dress choices?