Spring Shopping: Flirty Sundresses Under $100

Refresh your supply of spring sundresses with these affordable and super-stylish options.

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The warm weather this week has given New York City a serious case of spring fever which, for fashion, can only mean one thing: flirty sundresses, and lots of 'em. At Rebecca Minkoff, breezy floral-print dresses went down the runway with lace-up booties.
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At Nanette Lepore, neon florals patterns gave classic, tea-length silhouettes a playful update.
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There were also plenty of clean, minimal spring sundresses on the runways this season. At Phillip Lim, a silky slip dress with asymmetrical draping at the front felt modern and crisp.
Urban Outfitters
Luckily, you can refresh your supply of sundresses without drying up your bank account. Urban Outfitters' sweet two-tone sundress features a printed sweetheart neck and a sheer, pouf-sleeve top. ($59 at Urban Outfitters)
Forever 21
There were scourges of floral prints to choose from this season, but we prefer options with a hint of "tropical" flare, like this hibiscus-print sundress at Forever 21. ($22.80 at Forever 21)
For a classic preppy look, try Topshop's semi-sheer pleated shirtdress, which could easily be styled with strappy espadrilles and a light linen jacket. ($100 at Topshop)
Urban Outfitters
Sporty, color-block looks were a major spring 2012 trend. This easy, multi-colored mini dress from Urban Outfitters features contrasting sheer panels at the sides and hem. ($59 at Urban Outfitters)
For a touch of nautical-inspired style, try Madewell's stripey drawstring T-shirt dress (which would double as a chic cover-up at the beach). ($75 at Madewell)
Forever 21
If florals aren't your bag, try a swirling geometric print like the coral and blue pattern on this breezy Forever 21 tank dress. ($19.80 at Forever 21)
Garden party season is upon us, and lace looks like this sleeveless Topshop dress strike a perfect combination between classic and contemporary. ($96 at Topshop</a)
A bracelet sleeve and muted scribble print make this silk Zara dress a verstaile spring staple. ($59.50 at Zara)
Peter Pan collars are picking up momentum for spring, but we loved Zara's subtle twist to the trend, executing a peter pan collar with black lace cut-outs at the neck. ($59.50 at Zara)
We were pining for Lanvin's slinky wrap-around cocktail dresses this season. Lucky for us, Asos is offering a similarly styled long-sleeve sundress in cream. ($62.67 at Asos.com)
With sandals and a light cardigan, Asos' violet-printed tea dress is an easy way to add a pop of pattern to your spring wardrobe. ($53.72 at ASOS)
Loud paisley patterns were all over the spring catwalks, and Gap offered up a wearable take on the trend with this lightweight cotton tunic dress. ($59.95 at Gap)
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