On Wednesday night I went into the city for dinner with my dad and sister and wore this amazing Saloni dress. I got so many follow up questions about it that I decided to do a full post on the exact outfit I wore and link up a bunch of amazing spring dresses at different price points. This one is definitely an investment piece, but there are so many beautifully bright spring dresses out there right now for under $100 and even under $50. I rounded up some of my favorites below.
I impulse-bought this orange sweater blazer (which I already have in grey and navy) because I got a little chilly but holy cow, how perfect was it for the dress? The salespeople at J.Crew were freaking out as was I. This whole outfit and all the colors just makes me smile which I really needed this week because we’re currently on day six of Amalia’s flu and I’m about to truly lose my marbles.
It was fun to wear this outfit on the streets of new york. Multiple people stopped me to compliment me on it, including an old man randomly dressed in a tuxedo. So that was fun! I love the bright colors in the dress pattern and with the pink headband and orange jacket, I felt like a human rainbow.
I haven’t gotten mine yet, but Tuckernuck just came out with an exclusive line that is absolutely gorgeous. I quite literally love every single piece in the collection. I included this green patterned dress (my personal favorite) and this shirt dress below but I have to give a shout out to this incredible maxi dress that is basically what my dress dreams are made of. Bravo, Tuckernuck, bravo.
Orange Romper, $49 (Also comes in leopard print)
Green Dress, $179 (And love this for $49 if you’re into green)
Button Front Wrap Dress, $49
Lace Midi Dress, $89 (Comes in 8 colors)
Ruffle Maxi Dress, $99
Yellow Ruffle Dress, $99
J.Crew Factory Faux Wrap Dress, $34 (I have this in two colors and love it! It might be the most flattering dress I own)
Orange Wrap Dress, $49 (Comes in 6 colors)
Gingham Apron Dress, $52
Photos by Julia Dags.