Trends For Spring Womens Casual Dresses

With spring on its way many women are starting to look at the trends of the season so that as soon as the temperature starts warming up they can break out their new fresh wardrobe. One item in particular that you may need to update may be your collection of womens casual dresses. The good news however is that the spring catwalks are alive with fresh, vibrant, and attractive casual dresses making it easy to choose styles and trends that will fit in with your own personal style whether you enjoy a bit of flamboyant fashion or more down to earth and practical fashion.

First off however, before diving into any of the actual trends and prints that you should look for when you head off shopping for womens casual dresses it is important to make sure that you are aware of the cuts and lengths that you should be shopping for. Not only will this help you narrow down your choices and options while shopping, but it will also help you stay fashionable because even if you have an in style print if the dress is cut wrong then you will look just as out of place as if you had not bothered at all to purchase something new and fresh.

Unlike past spring seasons, this spring dress length is following the general trend of winter and last summer: comfortably mid-length. Once again miniskirts are out and the same can be said when it comes to mini-dresses. While this does not mean that you have to be covered up down to your ankles like a conservative house wife, you should make sure that the hemline falls somewhere around your knees being careful not to avoid dresses that hang over the kneecaps as it elongates the styles too much. Mid thigh hems that hang between the thigh and knees are also popular this spring as well just do not let it inch too far up!

Now that the length is covered, it’s time to delve into the fun area of choosing on womens casual dresses designs and prints. This spring and summer floral prints have been all over the runway so its hard to go wrong with anything that is a floral print. A word of caution however, the floral prints that have been hot all have small detailed floral prints on them, so avoid anything with large splashy flower prints or you may end looking more like a large tablecloth than a street fashion maverick.

Last but not least, the other major print that is in are abstract prints, those that have one solid colour with a splash of abstract edging built into the dress that accents it. This style has been seen all over the runway as well and while you would do well to avoid flashy neon colours, baby colours and nudes are very stylish this spring and when paired with black or navy blue accents are wonderful additions to just about any wardrobe regardless of your fashion preference.