The Best Place to Find Pretty Dresses for Women
For relaxed bohemian-style dresses look to brands like Hemant & Nandita and Poupette St Barth. These brands make pretty dresses for women in soft cottons enriched with floral prints and embellished with tassels and lace.
There are a number of luxury brands to discover on this list too. Borgo de Nor create the prettiest dresses for women in irresistible knock-out floral and fruity prints. LOVESHACKFANCY, pictured, is where you'll mostly find short, flirty luxury dresses.
If you are looking for pretty dresses for women that are more corporate, WAYF is a great choice at an affordable price point, and so is Tanya Taylor which offer dresses in plus sizes.
Take your time to explore this wonderful collection of brands that excel at designing pretty dresses that will certainly invite compliments.
A Mere Co. dresses and cover-ups are at home on a seaside getaway. The London-based brand's signature style is breezy dresses in natural fabrics.
Alexis is the boldly feminine womenswear label by mother-daughter duo Ana and Alexis Barbara. Find vintage-inspired pieces and lush prints.
Alice McCall, Australian stylist turned fashion designer, makes intricately made feminine clothing often embellished with lace and embroidery.
All Things Mochi is a fashion brand with the tagline 'The Art of Embroidery'. It was born to support communities of talented artisan embroiderers. Mochi excels at vibrant ethnic embroidered pieces that pay homage to different cultures around the world.
AMUR, an acronym for A Mindful Use of Resources, is an NYC-based women's clothing brand focused on creating beautifully feminine pieces using sustainable textiles. Expect rich floral prints and flattering modern shapes made from organic, natural, and reclaimed fibers.
Banjanan is a clothing label making feminine print dresses using traditional artisanal printing and embroidery techniques in Jaipur, India.
Bell is the clothing brand created by Alicia Bell who designs breathtaking hand-block printed dresses. Made in India using soft cotton silk voile.
Camilla is the namesake label of well-known Australian designer Camilla Franks. Her printed cover-ups and dresses are always radiant and exotic.
New York-based Caroline Constas creates laid-back ultra-feminine pieces. Think glamourous silhouettes made from weightless cotton.