The Best Dresses to Shop March 2024

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No matter the occasion or season, there are always plenty of opportunities to wear a dress and, of course, an overwhelming amount of options from which to pick. And since there really is no bad time of year to invest in one, we’ve put together an edit of our favorite dresses you can shop this month. Check back every month for a new selection of styles, handpicked by Vogue.

A new month brings many things, one of them being Vogue’s latest dress edit, which has everything you need to effortlessly streamline your style and start the month off on the right sartorial note. Our favorite new arrivals in the category are all perfect for right now. March’s Dress Edit has easy silhouettes in ultra-fresh prints from Dries Van Noten to Cos, simple and comfortable jersey styles from Lemaire to St. Agni, and classic spring styles you can wear on repeat from Dôen’s prairie prints to J.Crew’s striped shirtdress. There are both long and short-sleeve styles for effortlessly mastering those transitional days, to summer-ready frocks for those in warmer climates. There are also plenty of looks that speak to the spring 2024 trends, a few straight from the runways themselves. Shop all of the best dresses March has to offer, below.

The Fresh Prints

We bet you don’t have something like this in your dress rotation. Leave it to Dries Van Noten for giving us another reason to opt for a fun print.

Dries Van Noten

printed crêpe midi dress

The New Tank Dress

Sometimes it’s just as simple as a sleeveless black dress. This one boasts a modest V-shaped neckline and floaty midi length—ideal for everyday.

Toteme

V-neck slubbed poplin dress

The Effortless Jersey

One trend we’re seeing a lot of this season is draping, and Lemaire’s butter yellow tank dress is the minimalist way into the trend.

Lemaire

twisted cotton-jersey midi dress

The Perfect White Midi

Spaghetti straps, anyone? Anine Bing’s Avarie flouncy midi is exactly what you need for those warm days ahead.

The Artsy Maxi

Sofia Richie Grainge put her stamp of approval on this two-toned maxi.

The Shirtdress With a Twist

Classic menswear on the top with a feminine skirt on the bottom, J. Crew’s Elena shirtdress is the best of both sartorial worlds.

The Foulard Maxi

Cos’ printed maxi comes complete with a necktie scarf, did someone say chic?

The Subtle Florals

For those who want to give a nod to spring without going all in, turn to 3.1 Phillip Lim’s paneled gown with discreet floral appliques.

3.1 Phillip Lim

floral bouquet sleeveless gown

The Springy Knit

Speckled throughout like confetti, Ulla Johnson introduces pretty pastels in a refreshing way for spring.

Ulla Johnson

Dune floral pastel knit dress

The Vacation-Ready Stripes

A dress you can wear both to work and on holiday, when it comes to a hard working item in your wardrobe, there’s not much more to it!

Joseph

Dalou belted striped maxi dress

The Sweetheart Silk

For those lovely spring occasions on the calendar, Zimmermann’s peach-tint midi is a flattering silhouette.

Zimmermann

Natura linen and silk midi dress

The Prairie Day Dress

Leave it to Dôen to deliver an easy cotton dress in a charming print you won’t grow tired of.

The Transitional Silhouette

Still too chilly for bare arms? Ease into the spring season with Cara Cara’s long sleeve maxi, complete with a quintessential garden floral print.

The Elevated Leather

Let this black and white leather dress be a seriously stylish staple in your spring wardrobe.

The Left on Red

Yes, we’re still into wearing red for spring. In fact, a handful of runways debuted the shade in dress form, from Proenza Schouler to Valentino.


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The Collared Maxi

An easy option for everyday wear, try Tove’s white gathered jersey polo dress. It’s perfect with boots now and sandals later.

The Cool Color Blocking

Maximillian Davis’ spring 2024 collection for Ferragamo featured this ultra-cool layered T-shirt dress in a standout color combo—white, green, and black.

Ferragamo

colorblock layered midi dress

The Swinging Maxi

For spring days ahead or warm weather retreats, Another Tomorrow’s vermilion-hued empire waist dress is a floaty, effortless option to thrown on and go.

The Satin Maxi

For spring weddings or nights out, Christopher Esber’s long-sleeve maxi features small cutouts that provide just the right amount of reveal.

Christopher Esber

Triquetra cutout maxi dress

The Updated Slip

Rohe’s white slip dress does lace differently. Instead of the usual trimming, this style places delicate lace intentionally and asymmetrically for a stylish take on the slinky silhouette.

The Tiered to Perfection

Leave it to Hill House Home to offer yet another breezy sundress in a fresh new print.

The New Knit Dress

Shown on the spring 2024 runways in a bold red, Proenza Schouler’s Lara boucle midi offers two chic ways to wear it—with or without sleeves.

The Embroidered Floral

A rose is a rose is a rose… Magda Butrym’s tank dress puts a sweet spin on the label’s signature 3D floral.

The Expressive Minimalist

A.W.A.K.E Mode’s two-tone pleated maxi is effortlessly cool. With its draped neckline and bicolor pleating, slip this dress on for a one-and-done outfit.

The New Day Dress

All-over pleats lend an easy elegance to this long-sleeve teal midi. Finish off with silver-tone jewelry for a sharp, minimalist look.

Another Tomorrow

long sleeve rib flare dress

The Graphic Maxi

A Jackson Pollock-esque print gives edge to this otherwise simple silhouette from Raey. Tall leather boots and gold earrings complete the ensemble.

Raey

long sleeve printed maxi dress

The Surrealist Pleats

Another day, another fabulous Joseph dress—this one with a trompe l’oeil pleated skirt that the high-powered art gallery director will surely appreciate.

The Seasonal Blues

Róhe’s clean-cut satin maxi, with its delicate, cascading straps, is what spring dressing dreams are made of.

The Micro-Dotted Mini

Tulle, ruching, and tiny polka dots? The perfect minidress truly does exist—just add knee-high boots or tights and heeled sandals.

Saint Laurent

ruched polka-dot tulle mini dress

The Unexpected Occasion Dress

Gauzy and ethereal, Beare Park’s asymmetric maxi brings casual romance to evening attire. Pair with soft, suede flats for a lady-of-the-manor vibe while you tune into the season premiere of Feud.

Beare Park

one-shoulder tie-detailed maxi dress

The Bow-Adorned Belt

It’s Monday morning and you have nothing to wear to your 9 AM meeting. Oh, wait—now you do!

The Structured Shirtdress

Fitted at the waist for structure, Staud’s take on the shirtdress is as polished as it nonchalant—a choice work-to-weekend pick.

The Editor’s Pick

From the pastiche-like animal print to the red and white contrasting trims, this silk Victoria Beckham maxi is high up on Vogue’s global head of fashion network, Virginia Smith’s fashion month wish list.

Victoria Beckham

asymmetric animal-print maxi dress

The Be My Valentine

Date night on the books? This is certainly one way to say “I love you.”

Staud

Ellison sleeveless midi-dress

The Date Night Dress

After-hours details, like airy mesh draping, make this slinky black dress stand out.

The Velvet Rose

Are you thinking florals for spring? Because we definitely are.

The Chocolatey Brown Slip

Blame it on Willy Wonka (or Valentine’s Day!), but there’s no escaping the chocolate brown trend. Try it for yourself with this simple slip from Zara, which works well under a blazer or oversized mohair knit.

The Dark Wash Denim Midi

Calling all denim lovers: J.Crew’s tie-waist midi feels like the old-school shirtdress you wish your mom kept—equal parts vintage nostalgia and contemporary utility.

J.Crew

short-sleeve tie-waist denim dress


Shop our favorite styles from January 2024.

The Geometric Gem

Taking a step in a different direction from their signature colorful sun-ready dresses, Tove’s latest frock from the label’s Resort 2024 collection leaves us with a modern monochrome print perfect for right now and transitional wardrobing.

Tove

June asymmetric printed maxi dress

The New Day Dress

Here, Altuzarra’s 2024 version of the dip-dyed dress is a welcomed update to the classic shirt dress silhouette. Just add leather knee-high boots.

Altuzarra

Claudia tie-dyed maxi shirt dress

The Square Neck Midi

It’s no wonder Ganni’s assortment of easy, breezy midi’s are the kind of silhouettes we return to for day dressing; this one has a lovely square neckline.

The Tiered Shirt Dress

While often associated with the warmer months, we’d argue the white poplin dress is just as much an all-year-round wardrobe staple. Layer a long sleeve beneath or blazer over the top now, and wear as is later; just swap for seasonally appropriate footwear.

The Something Blue

A soft draped jersey midi in a refreshing seasonal blue shade spotted all over the Spring 2024 runways—sorry LBDs!

The Cool Occasion Dress

Calling party hosters, brides-to-be, or dinner partygoers! Simkhai’s sweeping pleated maxi is a lovely choice for winter or spring soirees, with an understated elegance provided by its drop waist long-sleeve silhouette.

The ’90s Power Midi

Another Tomorrow’s sleeveless turtleneck midi mixes professionalism and power dressing in one–corporate to cocktails anyone?

The Modern Minimalist

Subtle details like contrast stitching and wide cuffs take H&M’s shirt dress from good to great.

The All-Over Stripe

Your favorite striped turtleneck, now in dress form.

The Surprise Reveal

If you thought shirt dresses were too serious, allow this graphic number from Bite Studios to convince you otherwise. The point collar, slit cuffs, and keyhole cutout take it to a whole other level.

The Day Dress

Contrast trim adds visual intrigue to this classic silhouette—a perfect pre-spring dress if we ever did see one.

The Color Field Masterpiece

You might not own the Rothko painting (yet!), but you can own this color-blocked dress. A long pendant and dramatic earrings complete the look.

The Double-Wrap

Is it a coat? A dress? A poncho? It’s all of the above and we absolutely love it.

The Modern Zebra Print

With plenty of winter-to-spring styling potential, consider this flowy dress from Proenza Schouler an excellent addition to a minimalist wardrobe.

The Cool Crinkle

Popcorn-like fabrics that stretch and conform to the body are the perfect base for letting other statement pieces—be it a cropped jacket, bold jewelry, or embellished flats—shine.

The Accordion Pleat

Box pleating, reminiscent of vintage Alaïa, gives this cashmere dress plenty of movement without compromising on arguably the most important thing: warmth.

The Painterly Blooms

Whether you save it for spring or have a warm-weather getaway planned, you’ll love having this artful floral dress on hand for the occasion.

3.1 Phillip Lim

Floating Iris A-line dress

The Subtle Texture

Mixing femininity with edge, Sea’s wrap dress gets a contemporary finish with croc-embossed faux leather. The adjustable waist tie (and roomy pockets for snacks!) is just a bonus.

The Crushed Velvet

Winter velvet, but with an eye for spring. You’ll love the pop of color this Jil Sander dress brings to your vitamin D-deficient wardrobe.

Jil Sander

crushed velvet long-sleeve maxi dress

The Under-$300 Favorite

Yet again, Staud delivers with a versatile ribbed-knit dress that can be dressed up or down. Our first outfit idea? Black boots and swaddling faux fur coat.

The Playful Print

Only one move is required for a checkmate—and that’s buying the dress.

The Two-in-One

Straight off the runway, there’s much to love about this dress, from the long slit sleeves to fitted waist and big chunky collar, which can convert into a snood—no doubling up on winter layers needed!

The Actually Warm Mini

Cute but still work-appropriate, Reformation’s collared mini would look great with semi-sheer tights and knee-high boots—in leather or suede, there’s no going wrong!

Reformation

Walsh collared mini dress

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