There’s a ton of chic summer dresses under $60 hiding in Abercrombie & Fitch’s sale section

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The heatwave is coming, which means it’s time to crank up the AC and get out your warm-weather looks. From trendy platform sandals to fun and flirty dresses, there is a slew of styles to save you from the heat. But if your closet could use an upgrade this season, Abercrombie & Fitch‘s sale section is a goldmine for summer dresses.

No matter if you prefer maxi length or midi style, there’s a little something for everyone. In fact, many of the dresses are up for grabs for less than $60.

For example, you can take home this white Squareneck Trapeze Mini Dress if you’re looking for something stylish to wear out to Sunday brunch. Additionally, there are still a few sizes available in this fan-favorite floral Cinch-Front Midi Dress for just under $60. 

And for those who prefer a more body-con fit, there are also a few options for your closet. Case in point: this top-rated 90s Ribbed Mini Sweater Dress is on the market for just $45. Its sleeveless design and short length make it a versatile option for summer. Additionally, this Midi Slip Sweater Dress, which is also available in black and grey, is perfect for those who love a nice spaghetti-strap top design.

However, if you’re not sure what’s really worth adding to your cart, take a peek at these top-rated looks below.

1. Tiered Trapeze Midaxi Dress, $59.99 (Orig. $89)

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Promising review: “Simply amazing! I purchased this dress to have something somewhat modest but cool to wear to Egypt this summer. It’s very flattering and is tight and thick enough up top that you may not even need a bra with it. I’m a 32DDD and it holds me up well. Great length and I’m 5’3.”

2. Cinched Tie-Front Midi Dress, $59.99 (Orig. $99.99)

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Promising review: “The material is so soft [and] flowy. It’s not clingy, and it’s breezy. Although the material looks thin and breathable, it’s actually a durable fabric. It flows over my curves perfectly. The ruching in the back of the dress really outlines the small of my waist and gives me shape. The length is modest, but the slit gives it the extra pizazz.”

3. Knot-Front Slip Midi Dress, $59.99 (Orig. $79.99)

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Promising review: “I didn’t believe how flattering the reviews said it was until I tried it on, but [it’s] so flattering and fits perfectly. Really lovely dress, which one could easily dress up or down.”

4. Mockneck Knit Mini Dress, $34.99 (Orig. $59)

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Promising review: “I adore this dress! It’s stretchy, and the fabric is not too thin. I love the mockneck and it being sleeveless. I love how it hugs the body without being too clingy. Pretty soft and comfy.”

5. Midi Slip Sweater Dress, $49.99 (Orig. $89)

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Promising review: “I love the fit of this dress, perfect for hourglass shape and it wasn’t tight at all. Material is thick and comfy without being too hot. The large was perfect for me (36DD, 170 lbs for reference).”

6. 90s Ribbed Mini Sweater Dress, $44.99 (Orig. $69)

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Promising review: “The material is SO soft and comfortable. The color is perfect to wear in any season, and the simplicity of the dress makes it super diverse. I could wear it in any season.”

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