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    25 Dresses From Target To Wear To A Spring Or Summer Wedding

    You're about to be the BDG (best dressed guest).

    Unless otherwise specified, all sizes in this post are listed in women's.

    1. A stunning bubble dress with the puffiest sleeves, perfectly placed cutouts, and craftiest pleating work. Believe me, this mini will get you in the best kinds of trouble all night long.

    A model in the pink dress which falls above the knee

    2. A slip dress that's simple-in-the-front but woah-in-the-back aka the mullet of dresses. It'll have every single person taking a second look.

    3. A pretty mesh dress for when you want to be warm but still want to show what your mama gave you (aka that hot bod) while supporting a woman-owned brand.

    A model in the yellow and white floral dress

    4. A super comfy and lightweight tube dress so you'll look completely unbothered by the warm weather, while the rest of the party is desperately looking for a way to cool down.

    A model in the orange strapless dress

    5. A flirty asymmetrical hem dress because you gotta look the part (and if not you then who?) for when Benito's voice comes out the speaker saying "vamo' pal mambo o no vamo' pal mambo?"

    A model in the red fitted dress

    6. A lace-up back dress — if it wasn't for the beautiful print (that totally looks like it was hand-painted) and of course the mini length, you'd think it was a corset made back in the 1500s, but like in a good way.

    A model in the colorful print dress

    7. An airy high-low dress to pull on when you're not sure what the dress code really is. There's no room to get it wrong but this one has that casual but equally fancy look to it so you're in the clear.

    A model in the mint high-low dress

    8. A sleek satin dress with wide straps in case you want to wear a regular bra, instead of a strapless (or pasties) that would probably fall to your belly button as soon as you hit the dance floor.

    A model in the hot pink slip dress

    9. An exquisite V-neck dress also known as the perfect uniform for when the couple getting married are foodies. Why? Well, because the stretchy waistband with side ties will still feel super comfy after eating and drinking at the reception.

    A model in the black short sleeve dress

    10. A lovely short-sleeve dress essentially made for that garden wedding coming up on your calendar. And before you say "shocking, florals for spring," let me just emphasize that micro florals are different — they're refined and feel more delicate.

    A model in the navy and white floral dress

    11. A handkerchief hem fit and flare dress for the reception you know will turn into a literal nightclub. You'll claim the dancing queen title once everyone sees how the ruffles and flared skirt follow your every move.

    A model in the orange ruffled dress

    12. A cute gathered mini dress so everyone can finally notice how much work, time, and sweat you've put on your tan this year. It's time to show off that glowing smooth skin my friend!

    A model wearing the blue dress

    13. An eye-catching high-neck dress because yes, the bride is the center of attention, but that doesn't mean you can't bring your A-game to the party.

    A model in the tie-dye sleeveless dress

    14. A chic multi-strap LBD to keep in your closet in case your BFF decides to elope and you gotta head to the courthouse in a matter of seconds 'cause they want you to be their witness and photographer, and of course personal stylist too.

    A model in the black midi dress

    15. A velvety soft long dress made with the most gorgeous back, so you better wear your hair up when you slip this one on —unless you're rocking a pixie or bob this season, then you're ready to party.

    16. An adorable square-neck dress with a cut-out back, smocked linen bodice, and pockets (for your phone!) — you'll feel fresh, dramatic, and selfie-ready as soon as you step into it.

    17. An unbelievably practical bodycon dress you can totally wear to work (with a blazer) after wedding season is over. For the big event bring out the bling and stilettos though!

    A model in the scarlet red midi dress

    18. A more casual tiered dress for the celebrations that don't call for uber fancy attire, but obvs you still want to look bomb.

    19. A fitted sleeveless dress so incredible you won't even need to accessorize, the ruched front and slit will give you all the movement while making a grand statement.

    A model in the bright yellow midi dress

    20. A classic spaghetti strap dress because if it's a location wedding, then you'll probably need to bring a big suitcase and this number is not only easy to pack but super versatile.

    A model in the black front button down dress that falls to the knees

    21. An easy flared dress that when paired with chunky jewelry and colorful heels goes from simple to breathtaking. Here's an extra style tip that I'm 100% sure American icon Diane Keaton will approve of: you can even try a wide belt!

    A model in the green dress

    22. A flowy maxi dress you'll ask "where have you been my whole life?" — it's THAT comfy! Plus, the fading color will make you stand out in any crowd.

    A model in the blue halter dress

    23. A tropical tiered dress to wear exclusively to that beach wedding you have no idea what to wear for. It's breathable, has pockets, you can wear it on or off-the-shoulders, it has an elasticized waist... the list goes on and on.

    A model in the pink floral maxi dress

    24. A slip dress in a classy silhouette and beautiful shiny satin finish. But that's not the only reason to get this awesome style though, the cowl neck and floral print are too.

    A model in the emerald green dress

    25. And an elegant midi dress with plisse (another fancy word for pleats) all over to add a unique look to your canvas.

    A model in the brown plisse dress

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