Cute color block dresses for under $100
Color block is showing no signs of leaving the style spotlight. We’ve seen it thrive for several seasons and it’s still a mainstay for spring and summer. One of our favorite ways to sport the look is with a dress and we managed to find five cute color block frocks – all for under $100.
Make it a midi
We love, love, love this bold color block midi dress in juicy berry hues (bloomingdales.com, $43). Just try not to smile as you slip it on and admire yourself in the mirror. The scoop neck, sleeveless dress screams easy summer elegance and it can be easily dressed up (heels, statement necklace) or down (flats and a straw tote).
Cute & casual
Stay cool but look hot in this hammered satin color block strapless dress with color block panels at the bust (charlotterusse.com, $33). The elasticized waist is cinched with a cute braided belt and we especially love that this frock has pockets. Pair with a cropped denim jacket and strappy sandals for an effortlessly sexy summer look.
There’s no way you won’t turn heads in this bright bandeau body con dress with color block panel design (asos.com, $81). The form-fitting look is both youthful and polished, combined with a sense of summer fun. This is the dress you wear out with your BFFs for a night of dancing. It’s colorful, cute and will get noticed – in a good way.
Black and blue
Create an on-trend, pulled together warmer weather look with this simple yet stylish color block beauty featuring panels of black and blue that create an eye-catching and totally slimming silhouette (revolveclothing.com, $74). Pair with metallic accessories for a chic spring or summertime outfit.
Coral is one of our favorite shades and it’s the perfect hue for sunny days. Nudge your wardrobe in warmer direction with this sophisticated striped color block frock featuring panels of coral, raspberry and white (piperlime.com, $69). Ideal for the office or a summer social event, this dress is fresh, flattering and easy to wear.
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