Spring Dresses That Won’t Break the Bank

Photo: Debbie Lemonte

I’m saying goodbye to heavy sweaters, scarves, coat & jackets and saying hello to flowy, cute, and easy Spring dresses.

If anyone knows me, they know I’m always looking for a deal; working in the fashion industry taints you. I’m not willing to break the bank to look good and neither should you. With Spring, in full force (well sorta); it’s the perfect time to rack up on some cute and flirty dresses for the weather.

Here are 3 Spring Dress Trends, that will have you looking like a fashion expert in no time

1. The Slip Dress:

Throwback to the 90s. The slip dress is a classic silhouette that every fashion girl should have in her closet this Spring and if you’re not into fashion; you still need this dress. It’s a great piece that can dress up any occasion.  The thing I love about the slip dress is it can be worn alone, layered over a mesh turtleneck, or work with a leather jacket over it. Take a look how easy this dress can be style: 

2. The Peasant Dress:

A super-flattering silhouette for almost all body types. Peasant dresses were huge in the 1970s and played a part in the hippie movement. Today’s Peasant Dress has totally been revamped; you can find anything from fully embroidered maxi-length to short, flirty and square neckline peasant dresses. Take a look below:

3. The Safari Dress:

Get cas(ual), with the Safari Dress; the perfect utilitarian silhouette. From patch pockets and belts to tortoise buttons and collars, these safari inspired dresses are going to be hit this spring/summer into fall. It’s a classic style for women with varying taste. You can find one that suits you: 


Sade Solomon is a woman who decided to drop everything she knew and was comfortable with to chase after her dreams. Since having the faith to change careers from social work to fashion, she’s been on this relentless and complex journey to discovering her life’s true purpose. She is the Founder of Conversations Beyond which is a platform that provides inspiration to the everyday woman’s style and soul through a faith & lifestyle blog, web-series, and women’s empowerment meetups/events.


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