- 1 Stelen Tori Striped Dress
- 2 Everlane The Japanese GoWeave Tank Wrap Dress
- 3 ACE & JIG Dusty Cotton Maxi Dress
- 4 Nightwalker The Nadia Dress
- 5 Rag & Bone Austin Stripe Silk Dress
- 6 MISA Ryane Dress
- 7 Free People Color Theory Midi Dress
- 8 Urban Outfitters Fremont Smocked Contrast Stitch Dress
- 9 Free People Yessica Maxi Dress
- 10 AQUA High/Low Striped Faux-Wrap Dress
- 11 Farrow Madison Tiered Handkerchief Dress
- 12 TOPSHOP Button Down Rib Minidress
- 13 MICHAEL Michael Kors Striped Midi Shift Dress
- 14 Farrow Marie Tiered Maxi Long Dress
- 15 Re:named Brenda Floral Midi Dress
We Found 15 *Perfect* Sundresses—And They’re All on Sale Now
Welcome back to our weekly sale roundup, where we compile the best of the best shopping deals across the web. In this edition, we're finding you the best sundresses to wear all spring and summer long. Below, shop our 15 favorites, from flirty florals to breezy maxis.
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Stelen Tori Striped Dress
We love the versatility of this striped midi—wear it loose all day long with slide sandals, then dress it up with chunky espadrilles and its included tie sash.
Everlane The Japanese GoWeave Tank Wrap Dress
Everlane's GoWeave dress is hard not to love, especially for travel—the fabric is comfy, lightweight, and wrinkle-resistant, so you can throw it in your suitcase and wear it right when you arrive, no iron necessary.
ACE & JIG Dusty Cotton Maxi Dress
This textured maxi from Ace & Jig was cut from black basket-weave cotton and woven with white and beige squares and stripes using traditional techniques by an artisanal community in India.
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Nightwalker The Nadia Dress
This V-neck midi is as summery as it gets with its sunshine yellow shade and petite floral print.
Rag & Bone Austin Stripe Silk Dress
When you think of beachy evening dresses, you probably think white and lacy or bright and floral. Meet the perfect alternative: Rag & Bone's subtly colorful striped silk number.
MISA Ryane Dress
Embrace the prairie look you saw all over last season's runways with this tiered and ruffled maxi.
Free People Color Theory Midi Dress
We adore the dramatic open back of this halter style, and the mixed prints make it even cooler.
Urban Outfitters Fremont Smocked Contrast Stitch Dress
This lightweight cotton mini is ultra flirty with its smocked bodice, ruffled hem, and contrast stitching for a burst of color.
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Free People Yessica Maxi Dress
Go floaty and frilly with this bohemian-chic floral frock from Free People.
AQUA High/Low Striped Faux-Wrap Dress
The faux-wrap detail adds a touch of elegance to this otherwise-casual striped number.
Farrow Madison Tiered Handkerchief Dress
Feeling brave? Try your hand at the bold handkerchief hem trend with this tiered floral pick from Farrow.
TOPSHOP Button Down Rib Minidress
We can never say no to a fun pop of color, and pink is by far the hottest choice this spring.
MICHAEL Michael Kors Striped Midi Shift Dress
Wear this shift midi straight from a day of shopping to a casual dinner on the town—it looks put-together and chic with its bow sash and thin stripes.
Farrow Marie Tiered Maxi Long Dress
For an off-the-shoulder look, ditch the seen-everywhere minis and opt for this romantic floral maxi instead.
Re:named Brenda Floral Midi Dress
We know, we know: another floral?! But this one's pink and the just-right midi length.
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