With the hassle of Winter layering behind us, keep your little one cool in a sundress and call it a day. Simple and stylish, sundresses are so easy, your little girl can dress herself. Plus, you can dress them up or keep 'em casual, making it a versatile option during the Spring and Summer. We found more than 10 picks that are fuss-free but still fashionable, so getting out the door in the morning can be a breeze!
Sundresses are a Summer staple, so we rounded up our five favorites, with one thing in common — they're all under $100! Whether you're in the market for the perfect LWD, want to inject some color into your look via a retro-print red dress, or are looking for a go-to maxi, we've selected the must-have dresses that you need to add to your Summer arsenal right now. On Allison McNamara: Flirt Catalog dress, House of Harlow 1960 ring.
We need that throw-it-on everyday kind of dress, the one that's almost black but not, has some sexy detailing, short enough to show some leg and our fresh Spring sandals, and basic enough to pair with a denim jacket or little cropped blazer. Enter this Roxy sundress ($44) that answers all our needs and doesn't put a big dent in our bank account.
This season, we're craving sundresses that spin on Spring's playful trends. We want light, breezy maxi dresses in sheer, printed fabrics and minis that do more than show off our gams. This time around, we're looking for bright hues, cutouts, and romantic details to elevate the basics and capitalize on dressing for one of our favorite seasons. So, we did just that, combing the market for 25 sassy to sweet sundresses to suit every mood, every style. Click through to shop our favorites!
Outside a heavy wet snow fell, but inside American Eagle's New York showroom it felt like a beach in Costa Rica, complete with cute guys serving breakfast burritos. AE debuted its Summer collection with the theme "Take the new path," which we interpreted to mean the shortest path to the beach in some faraway place. It was a global-minded collection of casual, beachy separates and ethnic-inspired accessories. Embroidered peasant tops, baja knits, and sundresses are meant to be thrown over your bikini and layered with beaded necklaces, while your brightly woven bag will be filled with a wide-brim hat and a cute pair of espadrilles with a floral tie. We love the recurring global theme for Spring! Mark your calendars: the collection will hit stores beginning in April.
Bargain hunting for summer dresses is especially easy this season with the adorable options above—like the bustier dress from Silence & Noise ($68), Topshop's eyelet sundress in peach ($70), and Nasty Gal's mint green peplum mini ($78). We're big fans of easy summer looks that don't take a whole lot of thought, and with prices like these, we can afford to snatch up one for every day of the week.