Colorful spring dresses $30 and under

Woman's Day
Spring Style for Less

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Whether you're looking forward to outdoor picnics or a little getaway, these promising picks are sure to flatter your figure, style and budget. From floral frocks to striped sensations, a sophisticated spring wardrobe is just a click away.






Short-Sleeve Print Dress

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Flirty Frock

The colorful print and ruffles create a relaxed look, while the v-neck and belt ensure you won’t lose your shape.

Short-Sleeve Print Dress, $30; JCP.com
Sizes 4-12 available.


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Self-Belt Dress

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Bold Bombshell

The bright floral print attracts attention, while the higher neckline and longer sleeves keep the look tasteful.

Self-Belt Dress, $30; JCP.com
Sizes 4-16 available.












Drape Escape Dress

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Darling Draping

Conceal a tummy with the strategic draping on this flattering sheath. Its solid color makes it versatile enough to wear in multiple ways.

Drape Escape Dress, $20; Avon.com
Sizes 6 - 28W available.










Sofia by Sofia Vergara Hi Lo Dress

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Heavenly Hemline

This high-low dress shows just enough leg, and the flowy fabric and abstract print hide imperfections.

Sofia by Sofia Vergara Hi Lo Dress, $21; Kmart.com
Sizes S- XL available.












Women’s Printed Dress

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Sweet Scoop

The relaxed neckline, short sleeves and muted design create a casual feel that makes this dress a great choice for any day.

Women’s Printed Dress, $25; OldNavy.com
Sizes XS-XXL available.












Bella Bird Seaside Village Woven Dress

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Floral Frenzy

This lightweight cotton dress has a pretty, feminine silhouette. Bonus: There are adjustable ties and an elastic waistband for added comfort.

Bella Bird Seaside Village Woven Dress, $17.98; Walmart.com
Sizes S-XXL available.










Worthington Border Print Pleat Dress

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Pretty Pleats

The light chiffon and swingy skirt keep you from feeling restricted in this dress. To let the pop of color at the bottom stand out, the rest of the dress is covered in a sweet, subtle print.

Worthington Border Print Pleat Dress, $30; JCP.com
Sizes 6-14 available.









Women’s Pin-Dot Chambray Dress

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Denim Delight

This hassle-free dress makes denim dazzle, and the delicate pin-dot pattern adds a softer touch.

Women’s Pin-Dot Chambray Dress, $15; OldNavy.com
Sizes XS - XXL available.












Frilled with Excitement Dress

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Ruffle Remix

The slight ruffling down the middle of this dress and on the sleeves create a slimming effect. More figure-flattering help comes from the stretchy fabric, which accentuates your shape.

Frilled with Excitement Dress, $20; Avon.com
Sizes 6 - 28W available.











George Career Essentials Jersey Wrap Dress

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Wrap Wonder

This figure-flattering jersey dress can be worn with a blazer or solo to work, or dressed up for a night out.

George Career Essentials Jersey Wrap Dress, $18; Walmart.com
Sizes S - XXL available.














Sofia Vergara Dress

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Gracious Gathering

Extra material at the bust line coupled with a v-neck works to accentuate a smaller bust in this flirty number.

Sofia by Sofia Vergara Gathered Front Dress, $17.50; Kmart.com
Sizes XS-XL available.











Liz Claiborne Faux Wrap Dress

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Comfortable Classic

Feel great while looking smart in this faux wrap dress. Plus, the bold print adds a modern touch.

Liz Claiborne Faux Wrap Dress, $30; JCP.com
Sizes S-XL available.














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