The 7 dress trends you’re going to see everywhere this spring

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In case you didn’t know, the official start of spring is just 10 days away. While it may not be warm enough to rock bare arms and legs just yet, you can start getting your closet ready for the spring season.

When it comes to warmer temps, everyone knows dresses are a go-to. That means a few new frocks should 100% be at the top of your shopping list. Sure, you probably still have dresses you love, but a new year means new trends. If you want to score major style points this season, upgrade your closet with the spring dress trends below. There are great options for summer weddings, weekend brunches and everything in between.

1. Tiered Dresses

Tiers are an easy way to make a dress a bit more visually interesting without opting for a pattern or print. This spring, there are tons of cute long and short options.

Boden Tiered Jersey Seersucker Dress, $59.50 (Orig. $85)

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Caslon Floral Short Sleeve Tiered Maxi Dress, $79

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2. Midi Dresses

Short shorts may be a warm weather staple, but midi dresses are having a major moment this year. Believe it or not, they’re flattering on lots of different bodies and look great with flat sandals, heels and even sneakers.

Wash Lab Denim Crossover Faux Wrap Denim Midi Dress, $88.80 (Orig. $148)

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Frame Twist Sleeveless Shirtdress, $478

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3. Tie-Strap Dresses

Perfect for folks who love a just-right fit, tie-shoulder dresses are fun, flirty and sure to be everywhere this spring and summer.

Reformation Twilight Tie Shoulder Midi Dress, $278

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Steve Madden Sophia Rose Tie Strap Midi Sundress, $89

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4. Black Dresses

Yes, spring is usually synonymous with pastels and bright colors, but lightweight, spring-ready black dresses will be big this season.

Astr the Label Crossover Bust Midi Dress, $99

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Nordstrom Signature Mixed Media Tank Dress, $169

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5. Shirtdresses

When you want to feel polished and professional but still stylish and fashion-forward, slip into a shirtdress. They’re really flattering and a perfect one-and-done outfit.

ASOS Design Curve Midi Shirtdress, $63

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Caslon Gauze Vacation Shirtdress, $89

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6. Cutout Dresses

Ready to show some skin now that temps are rising? You’ll be glad to know dresses with cutouts are back and better than ever.

Chelsea28 Eyelet Embroidered Cutout Bracelet Sleeve Midi Dress, $119

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Astr the Label Floral Print Long Sleeve Back Cutout Midi Dress, $96

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7. Floral Dresses

I know, florals for spring aren’t exactly groundbreaking, but that doesn’t mean you should overlook them. Unlike the dowdy, matronly styles we’ve seen so often, this spring’s floral dresses are sexy, whimsical and just what you’ll want to wear when the sun is shining.

House of CB Carmen Floral Bustier Sundress, $225

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Free People Golden Hour Smocked Bodice Cotton Maxi Dress, $168

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