Minimalists, this season is yours: We’re talking essential neutral dresses for spring. As seen on the spring/summer ’24 runways and trending on city streets, you’ll be reaching for these subtle shades that pair easily with the rest of your wardrobe. With lengths that range from mini or midi, to maxi and high-low, we’ve picked three trending styles: a classic shirt dress, a festival-inspired boho design and a fit-&-flare style. So, what are you waiting for? Start scrolling and pick your favorite. 

The Shirt Dress: Great Expectations

There’s lots of room for creativity with a shirt dress. Try a utilitarian style with neutral-hued accessories, wrap it with a belt or tie, instead of a t-shirt dress opt for an oversized button-down, or try deconstructing menswear-inspired details by adding a corset to act as a cummerbund or a silk scarf that takes on the look of a loose bow tie to adapt the shirt dress in a neutral-palette. 

There’s Fit and Then There’s Flare

Once you slip into it, it’s easy to understand why a fit-&-flare dress continues to rank high as a wardrobe go-to. And with our neutral-hued styles, spring really has sprung in short-sleeve or sleeveless form-fitting bodices with comfortable shirred or tie waists and full skirts in flattering lengths.

Elevated Boho

Flowing styles in neutral mesh, linen, cotton and crochet set the tone for an authentic bohemian aesthetic. We have whimsical frocks with cutouts, airy puffed sleeves, ruffle details and flowy asymmetrical skirts that make a big visual impact with little effort. They’re the ultimate easy outfit for a festival weekend or spring vacays.