Summer calls for flirty and feminine dresses. With so many graduations, birthdays, weddings and more, there is always a need for a new look. But there’s no need to spend a small fortune. In fact I just discovered a dress that I am head over heels for and it’s only $49. That’s a steal. Today I am sharing more than 10 summer dresses all under $100.
I loved this dress the moment I saw it on the hanger. But when I saw that it was only $49 I had to have it. It’s lined all the way through the thighs and is a beautiful cut. To be honest, I love everything about this dress. The ruffle on the shoulders plus the pretty waistline. It’s all really well done and looks so much more expensive.
FLIRTY & FLORAL
For sizing reference, I am 5’7″ and wearing a size small with flats. I honestly think this is one of those dresses that is worth having hemmed if you need to. It’s just so pretty.
Showing you a side view so you can see how pretty the cut is. The wind was blowing making it look more like a mermaid shape which is not accurate. But it’s not swimming in fabric which I really appreciate. It falls so nicely and does not balloon out like so many long maxi dresses.
MAKE IT CASUAL
While it’s easy to dress this look up, you can also dress it down with a denim jacket. It immediately looks easy and relaxed.
dress | sandals | jean jacket | necklace | handbag | bracelets
There are so many gorgeous dresses available right now and these are all under $100. I wish I could see them all in my closet. I have the jumpsuit that is cut like this dress and adore it. Very pretty and flattering. You already know this is one of my all time favorite dresses. And this one is gorgeous. It would be beautiful for a wedding or formal event. Sexy but still so classy. This pretty dress comes in a ton of colors and patterns so it’s worth look at them. All so different. You can scroll through the dresses below.
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All three of these have received excellent reviews. The cut of this dress is so feminine and pretty. The draping of this one is gorgeous. I’ve noticed sizes are going quickly. Such a pretty dress to wear to a wedding or summer occasion.
ONE MORE LOOK
One last look at this pretty floral number. I am officially giving this dress five stars. It’s a keeper, girls.
I hope this has given you some great options if you have any summer events on the horizon. Speaking of, I can hardly believe that our children only have three more weeks of school. I am fairly certain it was just the first day.
On an entirely different note, I am in the car so much these days and looking for podcasts. If you have any recommendations, please leave them in the comments below. Hook a girl up! Have a great day.
I listen to a ton of podcasts, ranging from history and policy to comedy. My favorites are: The History Chicks, Pantsuit Politics, and This American Life.
Wonderful. Thank you so much. Can’t wait to check them out. I appreciate your taking the time to recommend.
That dress is amazing. I love both looks. And, you can’t beat the price.
It’s such a great dress. I agree. It’s one where I want to call my friends and sister and say, “You need this!” LOL. Have a wonderful day, Lauren. Still so relieved for you all. God is good.
That dress is darling on you! It looks much more expensive than it is. What a steal. I love the ruffles straps. Have a great Tuesday Courtney. Are you seeing your sweet mom today?
Kaitlin M says
Young House Love Has a Podcast is my favorite! Chris Loves Julia also had one and while they stopped making them, I think you can still download them to listen. I also recently discovered the North South Makers Podcast. All are great décor/design podcasts.
Deb Thompson says
Beautiful dress, I love it with the jean jacket!
I LOVE PODCASTS!! I have a 2 hours commute outside of D.C. everyday and podcasts are my lifeline. I love the following and they are all so different:
Young House Love Has a Podcast
Chris Loves Julia
How I Built This
The Happy Hour with Jamey Ivey
The “By the Book” podcast is the best! https://www.panoply.fm/podcasts/bythebook
The gals review self-help books by living by the tenets of the book for 2 weeks and then report back. It is heartfelt and funny.
I’m totally in the car too shuttling the kids around afternoon/evening; my how time changes from their younger years. 😉
Laurie Abbott says
I saw your Instagram story on making the puzzle for your mom. That is a great idea! I have a lot of photos on my iPad. I share them with my dad when we are out for dinner. The photos are from trips I have been on, family pictures, etc. I basically take pictures of things I think my dad would enjoy looking at. This avoids the lull in the conversation since its also difficult for him to carry on a conversation.