Bethany Biron
Updated Feb 19, 2017 @ 11:37 am
Credit: Anthropologie

There’s nothing like a spring wedding.

But for those of you who haven’t quite said yes to the dress, don’t fret! We’ve got you covered with some affordable options that are so cute and also casual, so you can wear them again. (Genius.)

Modcloth, one of our favorite places to find a great vintage look, has a few new gowns that are worth bookmarking. (Not to mention, their dresses always have the best names.)

The first is the Harmonious Ceremony Maxi Dress. It has alternating geometric lace and a trendy high-low hem. The best part is it’s only $175!


If you want a unique spin, check out the Flawless in Fleurs, covered in sweet daisies and lace. Such a great look for spring.


Then there’s the Bhldn line at Anthropologie, which has some amazing dresses, including the Hadley dress. With cap sleeves and a sheer neckline, this dress, made by designer Tadashi Shoji, is “perfect for a laidback bride,” the site describes. So pretty.


For a more bohemian look, Anthropologie has a long-sleeved, ’70s-style dress with lace detail that is so lovely. The dress is cotton, which means it’s super comfortable, and has a “demure — yet flattering — silhouette,” according to the site.


If you’re able to splurge a bit, head over to Nordstrom. We can’t get enough of this Monique Lhuillier lace one shoulder dress. Look at this cut-out detail — definitely for more of a bold, daring bride, but we fully endorse this look.


For when you want to keep it simple but also look like a Greek goddess, there’s this Ali & Jay creation — a chiffon, one-shoulder swing dress. So chic.


Time to get shopping!