Happy #FASHIONWEDNESDAY! It is a beautiful and sunny Wednesday morning here, and I am sitting eating breakfast with my husband because I am a procrastinator. #SOS. But really, I am so excited about this post because last week I saw someone post about how you can’t wear anything but flowy floral dresses in the spring because everything else is out of season. SO, UNNAMED PERSON, I AM HERE TO DISPUTE THAT CLAIM. I think you can pull off whatever you want in Spring, so I’m pulling out my favorite bodycon dress and showing you how, yes, you CAN wear this style during these springy months.

How To Style A Bodycon Dress in the Spring

Bodycon Dress

Let’s jump into this: a bodycon dress doesn’t have to collect dust in your closet during February-May. I chose a typically black and white dress with geometric angles because I felt it was the “least” spring-inspired outfit — basically I wanted the biggest challenge I could find. 

Bodycon Dress

Bodycon Dress

STEP ONE: Pop of color.

This dress by itself doesn’t lend itself to look like spring, but it’s black and white so it IS classic. These colors lend themselves to being paired with just about anything. I chose a bright coral shoe for this reason. You can also pair it with a light pink, mint green, hot pink, light blue, etc….go crazy.

Bodycon Dress 

STEP TWO: Spring-ify your makeup.

I did my makeup with pinks, peaches and corals (in fact — you can watch my tutorial for this exact look HERE). I went with a more neutral lip since my eyes had a bunch of colors, but if I were to do this look again, I think I would go with neutral eyes and a bright lip that matches my shoes. I love love love the way that looks. 

Bodycon Dress

STEP THREE: Accessorize.

The necklace I chose for this outfit is a nod to the geometric shapes on the dress. They aren’t the same, but they are eclectic and disjointed, which contrasts nicely with the dress pattern. I wanted my shoes to be the single pop in the outfit, so the necklace I picked was black. You could always stick to neutral makeup and go with bright jewelry and shoes (10/10 would recommend). 

Bodycon Dress

Bodycon Dress

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I know today’s post was short and sweet, but I hope you learned something anyways. I love this bodycon dress, and it was actually sold by the same company that sent me the sequin bomber (check them out HERE). It is fully lined, super well made and the material feels solid. I hate clothing that feels like it is going to fall apart quickly!! I was extremely pleased with this brand. Their prices are really affordable, too (A+ in my book).

Bodycon Dress

Let me know what you think of this outfit in the comments below!


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  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE this look and I totes agree that you can wear anything you like in the spring–especially when you add in a pop of color like you did with those adorable punks! ADORABLE look!

  2. I love this outfit! The pop of color makes it super fab! I hate when people come up with “fashion rules.” Everyone is free to wear what they want! ‘No bodycon dresses in the spring’ must be something that person made up because I’ve never heard of that lol!

  3. so i’m super picky and frugal with my clothes and if i can’t wear it all year long i don’t buy it! i have a few dark body con dresses that are classic and I can wear season after season but i can’t wear in the spring! this post was perfect since its getting warm out! 🙂

  4. I really love the pop of color in the shoe. And that dress is beautiful you cannot go wrong with a little black dress.

  5. Loveee the pop of color tip!! I usually go with super neutral bodycon dresses (since they are such a statement on their own) but never though to switch up the shoes!

  6. I’m loving the heels, and I agree… I’d go for a bright, bold lip color to match! I love that you took a dress that you don’t really see in the spring and made it bright and fun!

  7. Now that the weather is cooling down, I’m also looking to pick up this bodycon dress in a long-sleeve option and obsessed with the green botanical heather color!

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