Spring is the perfect time to rediscover your dress collection and possibly add a few new pieces. Here are 5 spring dresses under $50 that might be the perfect addition to your spring wardrobe! These are all from Amazon, and qualify for free shipping with an Amazon Prime membership.
Honestly, I don’t know how I survived without Amazon Prime. If you like to do a lot of online shopping it is well worth the yearly fee. This post is not sponsored by Amazon…I just like to spread the word when something makes my life easier.
All of these dresses are in a size large. For reference I am 5’7″ and normally wear a size 10 in pants. Tops vary with brand, but usually a large fits me best.
The first of the 5 spring dresses under $50 is this Swiss Dot dress in blue. I’ve always been a fan of swiss dot fabrics for their feminine style. This dress has long sleeves, a flattering V-neckline and some smocking across the chest.
The fabric is polyester and it comes in a total of 13 colors. This would be such a cute dress for so many spring occasions!
I paired it with nude braided sandals from last year. I will link a similar style.
Another bargain dress under $50 is this ruffle sleeve midi dress. I’m showing the color watermelon which is in between a pink and a red. I like these ruffle sleeves because they lay flat and are not a puff sleeve. Click the link so see all the color options…there are many!
The skirt is lined and is not see through. I liked this color with black accessories, but you could wear many different shoe options here. This handbag is similar.
This black A-line mini dress is another versatile piece under $50. I know many areas of the country are still experiencing cooler weather, so the long sleeves are a good option for transitioning to spring.
This dress was a fail only because it was the wrong size. I’m wearing a large, but it is obviously way too big.
The shoulders were falling off, and there was lots of extra fabric through the bodice. If you consider ordering this dress, I would size down one or two sizes depending on your build.
I love a dress that can be styled up or down. You could go casual or dressy by simply picking different shoe styles. Anything from sneakers to heels would work with this dress! As with most Amazon dresses, several colors are available to click the link to view them all.
If you don’t have a wrap dress, then consider adding one to your wardrobe. They are universally flattering and this floral print encompasses all the spring vibes.
I had a hard time deciding how to style this one…I started to wear my new sneakers from Walmart, but for the sake of time I just kept on my sandals. You could definitely style this one casual or dressy!
The fit on this one was spot on. I didn’t have an issue with cleavage and did not need to wear a cami underneath. My D-cup friends will understand this victory!
The last of the 5 spring dresses under $50 is this gorgeous blue floral chiffon dress. I love the ruffled sleeve detail on this one. It has a slightly Boho feel, but not too much. This would be a nice piece for a vacation or beach wedding.
The fit on this was also perfection. Of course, I was drawn to this one since blue is my favorite color! It also has a nice tie detail in the back.
Which dress is your favorite? I tried to pick styles with defined waistlines and V-necklines because they are usually the most figure flattering for midsize curvy women like myself. I do, however, think that these styles would compliment many body types so let me know if you give any of these a try.
Can you guess my favorites? Yep, the two blue ones. I’m considering keeping one of them for my Easter dress. Should I keep the light blue swiss dot or the darker blue floral? Let me know your thoughts!
Holli | 30th Mar 23
Recently came across your blog and absolutely love it! Thanks for providing affordable fashion ideas for those of us over 50. I think you look great in all of the dresses, my fav is the wrap dress.
The Scarlet Lily | 30th Mar 23
Hi Holli, and welcome! The wrap dress is definitely a good one…thanks for you sweet compliment.
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