This is a River Island number and it's only £25 - bargain! I love this dress as I believe every dress should come with a waist belt and the splash of orange is great as it's not too overpowering. Who can not love flowers in Spring???
This is a little more pricier at £42 but I think Miss Selfridge have covered the essence of Spring to a T. The pleats and the structure are just super flattering for my figure and the collar adds a few points too :)
Topshop have certainly tried to brighten up our wardrobes with this dog motif shirt dress and it has worked. At £48 it's a little more on the expensive side but is certainly a gorgeous little retro number..
This is not the type of dress I would go for as the waist is too loose for my liking but for some crazy reason I was pretty drawn to it and I love the pattern. However, being from Urban Outfitters, it's £75!! So I don't think it'll be entering my wardrobe any time soon but one is allowed to dream..
The colour and length of this dress screams YES YES YES. It has a flattering waist line, nice little cut out bit at the back breaks it up and it covers the chest area perfectly. Thank you Miss Selfridge! You can grab it for £42 - a little steep but in my eyes, totally worth it!
BARGAIN ALERT. At only £7.99, this dress from H&M is definitely the best value for money. It also comes in a plain coral-ly colour and navy and white stripes :) Although it's pretty plain, I think it would look great with a waist belt and the right jewellery.
What a perfect dress for a picnic. This is £26.95 from Joe Browns and has the ability to be super casual which I absolutely love!!
This lovely coral shirt dress by Red Herring at Debenhams is not only lovely but in the SALE. It's reduced from £30 to £18 as a result of 25% reductions to introduce the new season - yippee.
So there we go, my favourite dresses on the High St right now. I hope you found this helpful. Which is your favourite? What do you love about Spring? What is the statement piece in your wardrobe this season??