Friday Favorites: 10 Dresses to Wear for Easter and Beyond

Happy Friday. Easter is next weekend y’all. If you’re often procrastinate like I do, you probably haven’t got an idea what you’ll wear. Worry not, below is a round-up of dresses that you could wear not only next weekend but through Spring and possibly Summer. You’re Welcome!! 😉

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  1. Cutout Fit & Flare Dress has beautiful cut-out detail.
  2. Stripe Ruffle Wrap Dress is casual enough to wear again.
  3. Pink Printed Ruffle Dress screams Spring with the floral print.
  4.  Lace Asymmetrical Hem Dress is currently part of a BOGO sale.
  5. Long Sleeve Wrap Dress is just darling, love all the details.
  6. Lace Sleeveless Dress is also part of the BOGO sale
  7. Ruffle Dress Sleeve Dress another casual style and part of the BOGO sale
  8. Floral Surplice Wrap the print and structure of this dress is perfect.
  9. Floral Print Cold Shoulder Dress comes in two colors
  10. Floral Printed Cut-Out Dress is a BOGO Sale option.

Get to Shopping!! 😉

Saludos,
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