Run, don’t walk: The new Hill House Nap Dress collection just dropped and everything is so dreamy

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You couldn’t walk down the street or open up social media during the pandemic without seeing one of Hill House‘s signature Nap Dresses. Since its launch in 2019, the Nap Dress has skyrocketed in popularity over the last two years.

Now, with the release of their latest spring Victorian Romance collection, Hill House is still crushing the polished loungewear fashion game. I don’t know about you, but I’ve never felt more inspired to reread the entire Bridgerton series than after looking at the new collection.

Shoppers get to try out new fabrics and colors from the collection, like the Moody Floral and Pond Floral prints. Both are inspired by 18th- and 19th-century art and literature and, if you look closely, include hidden gems throughout the designs, such as mushrooms and fairies wearing Nap Dresses.

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The Hill House Victorian Romance collection also introduces five new silhouettes to the Nap Dress lineup along with new apparel editions like a chic tweed skirt suit and a romantic poplin top. Also included in the drop are the new “Collector’s Edition” Ellie Nap Dresses — which feature the brand’s most popular silhouette in dreamy tulle and lace.

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Basically, you need all of these in your closet right now before the new collection sells out. But if you’re stressed about making the right decision (same), I took the liberty of choosing some of our favorites from the new Hill House Victorian Romance collection drop below!

1. The Ellie Nap Dress, $150

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The new-and-improved classic Ellie silhouette now features *drumroll* pockets!

2. The Ava Nap Dress, $150

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The Ava is one of the newest silhouettes added to the Nap Dress lineup with this drop. You can also shop it in black by clicking here.

3. The Ellie Nap Dress, $150

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Have you ever seen a more cheerful shade of peach?

4. The Samantha Nap Dress, $175

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A short dress with long sleeves is always a good choice. Plus, the neckline is convertible thanks to the bow ties on the chest!

5. The Elizabeth Nap Dress, $150

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The iconic Ellie but in a shorter size? Dreams do come true.

6. Collector’s Edition Ellie Nap Dress, $275

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Someone needs to get married in this dress. I don’t care who, but someone does. The limited Collector’s Edition Ellie Nap dresses also come in navy tulle, black lace and white lace.

7. The Juliet Top, $150

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The buttons are so delicate!

8. The Bea Jacket ($250) and The Olivia Skirt ($175)

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Rainbow tweed makes this classic professional look so much more fun.

9. The Jasmine Nap Dress, $175

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If you’re looking for a day-to-night-to-actually sleeping in bed look, the Jasmine is it.

10. The Jade Top, $125

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Whoever thought we’d see the return of the peplum?

11. The Jeweled Halo Headband, $125

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Yes, it’s pricey for a headband. But look at the embellishments! You’ll have it forever and pass it down for generations.

12. The Lily Dress, $200

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A classic silhouette that looks flattering on every person who wears it!

13. The Kit Top, $100

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Cute, simple and fun. Check out this top in the pond floral here.

14. The Ollie Cardigan, $100

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There are so many ways you can style this cropped cardigan, but imagine how good it will look over a slip dress?

15. The Ophelia Nap Dress, $175

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Obviously, we saved the best for last. The stunning dress with the same adjustable neckline as The Samantha Nap Dress comes in three different colors, pond floral (pictured), moody floral and navy.

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