Winter is winding down, but the weather is still not even close to spring temperatures. Bundling up will help you survive winter’s last, chilly hurrah, but piling on sweaters can feel heavy and too many layers can make it hard to zip up your parka.
The sweater dress will be your saviour. First of all, they tend to be made from lighter knits so layering is easy and won’t make you feel weighed down. That also means that when the spring finally does come around, you can rip off the layers and wear a stylish and comfortable dress that will also keep you warm through spring’s unpredictable temperatures.
Here are a few of the best sweater dresses to take you easily (and fashionably) from winter to spring:
Vero Moda Cable Knitted Jumper Dress
This cream sweater dress is just the right shade of winter white. Plus, it’s long length will keep you warm with tights and boots.
Stitch & Pieces Plunge Neck Knitted Dress
This dress has a bit of sparkle, so you can wear it out at night in the winter and still feel warm and comfortable. The swirling skirt and plunging neckline also shows off a bit of skin for a sexy finish.
Pleated Midi Dress In Stripe Knit
Pleats are going to big for spring, so this dress will keep you ahead of the curve. Pairing it with tights and boots will help you stay warm until the weather is warmer.
River Island Knitted Printed Bodycon Dress
We love the eye-catching pattern at the hem of this sweater dress. The light knit fabric is easy to layer under blazers and with boots in the winter and will look great with open toe booties and a leather jacket in the spring.
Motel Retro Knit Stripe Shift Dress with Plunge V-Neck
This mini-sweater dress is perfect for pairing with over–the-knee boots in the winter. The deep V-neck lets you show off some skin or wear it with a turtleneck underneath for extra layers.
Tatea Turtleneck Dress
The turtleneck sweater dress is a wardrobe staple that will always be classic and stylish. Bundle up with a jacket, sweater and tall boots in the winter; let your arms free and pair it with flats or strappy sandals in the spring.
Wilfred Brotteaux Dress
The flared skirt creates a girlish finish that’s a welcome break from the bodycon trend.
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