Oo boy am I tired! Taking care of a newborn is a lot of work and definitely a lot of sleepless nights. But every time I look at Carter, it all seems worth it. I never thought I could love someone that much in such a short period of time.
In between naps, I find myself wanting to buy more Spring clothes especially Spring and Summer dresses. I know me and dresses – shocking right? Haha! To switch it up, I also added a couple of jumpsuit. Another addition that I don’t think shocks any of you haha.
So before I get back to sharing all the blog posts I have lined up to share (mostly about pregnancy stuff because it is content I wanted to share prior to Carter being born), I wanted to share all the Spring and Summer Dresses under $100 that I’m currently loving.
Spring And Summer Dresses Under $100
If you want more options, I shared another set of dresses under $100 a couple months ago. I purposely selected Spring and Summer dresses (and jumpsuits) that I think will look great postpartum as my body starts the healing process. Now I completely understand what all the mothers out there are saying when they say the body is incredible. I am impressed with what my body went through and how it heals.
I was immediately drawn to the Petrol Blue color. It’s so beautiful! Love that this is a unique twist to a cotton blend dress by having balloon sleeves that are short sleeves and has a texture!
What a chic coverall. I’ve shared my love of thesage green color (the baby’s nursery inspired me), and now I need this. What’s great about this coverall (basically a long-sleeve jumpsuit) is that it is made with sustainable fabric.
Flowy, cotton, puff-sleeves, and maxi-length – what’s not to love this dress for Spring. I also think this type of dress is the perfect dress to wear postpartum.
Here is another great flowy dress. This dress has a botanical print in neutral colors with ruffled hem.
This is the type of dress that you can just throw-on and look immediately well put-together. The colors are also beautiful with its blend of pastel colors and tiny floral prints.
If you’re looking for a gingham checked dress without looking like a picnic blanket then this is the a great option. I love that it is in a yellow mustard color with so many statement cuts like balloon sleeves and ruffled hemline.
I still have an obsession with overalls and I love that these are cropped and wide-leg style. I think this style of overalls will be flattering in most body types.
The maxi-length and drop-waist style is a twist on the classic shirtdress. It’s also flowy and made with breathable fabric.
This is a classic jumpsuit made with sustainable cotton. You can easily dress it up or dress it down. So no matter what the occasion is (or no occasion) it is appropriate to wear!
I love that this is a simple dress yet it has a lot of movement.
One of my favorite dresses so far! It’s another gingham checked dress without looking like a picnic blanket. I love the smocked style and shoulder tie. It’s exactly what I picture for a Spring dress or Summer dress.
There’s so much to love about this dress. It neckline is elastic which means you have the option to wear it off the shoulder if you want!
What are you eyeing this Spring?