Wedding season is quickly approaching, folks. Whether your bestie is getting married on a beach or your cousin is throwing a Beyoncé-caliber black-tie bash, here are 50 dresses to wear to any kind of nuptials this spring.
50 Dresses to Wear to Every Kind of Spring Wedding
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Bonus points if you can match your shoes to your dress.
These boots ruffles were made for walking spinning.
Isn’t it romantic?
Why wear one color when you can wear four?
The epitome of a party dress.
Florals for spring might not be groundbreaking, but they are very pretty.
‘Tis the season for bright colors.
Simple…with a twist.
A color combination we didn’t know we needed.
Diane von Furstenberg ($698)
Now you’re dance floor-ready.
How trendy of you.
Va va voom.
Ideal for showing off toned shoulders.
Easy, breezy, beautiful.
The sparkles say "I’m ready to party" and the silhouette says "but I’m also chill."
Fit & Flare
You’ll wear this a million and one times, trust us.
A little vintage-y, a lot pretty.
Highlighter, but make it fashion.
We’d swap out the booties for a nice nude pump.
Plumes take an otherwise simple LBD to the next level.
This hemline is great for showing of a killer pair of heels.
Equal parts classic and playful.
Modest length, sexy neckline, can’t lose.
Simple and timeless.
The length keeps a slinky dress from looking too much like lingerie.
Double the prints, double the fun.
Turns out all that glitters is gold.
Spring in dress form.
An excellent option for casual daytime nuptials.
Because even hems are boring.
It’s like wearing art.
Love a frock you can dress-down for non-wedding festivities.
Hello, dream dress.
Well, aren’t you just the sweetest?
So comfortable, you guys.
Pair with a bright clutch for extra zing.
We’ve never met a wrap dress we didn’t love.
The stripes add a little intrigue without being distracting.
For when you can’t decide on just one color of sequins.
Chill yet elegant.
Proving this neckline doesn’t have to be stuffy.
Psst...this silhouette works on so many body types.
A midi length balances a plunging neckline.
Ballerina vibes only.
The crisscross back really seals the deal.
Like wearing a garden on your body.