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If you’re not looking to splash out this spring but you still want to look slick, don’t worry – you don’t have to spend a fortune to feel fab.

We’ve discovered the dreamy designer dresses you need this season, but hey, we love a bargain too, and boy have we got one – or five – for you.

We’ve been hunting the high street for the hottest spring must-haves, and we’ve found five fab dresses under £50 that’ll blow your mind without blowing your budget.

From fun to flirty, see below for our favourite five dresses under £50 this spring…

Cream flower crochet insert dress, £34, available at Topshop. BUY NOW

A crisp white dress is a summer staple, and we love Topshop’s fit and flare frock – the peek-a-boo crochet panel adds a fun and fresh twist for spring.


Picasso stripe slouch dress, £42, available at French Connection. BUY NOW!

Ideal for those days when getting dressed is too much to think about, French Connection’s striped slouchy dress is an easy, effortless throw-on – and it’ll make a cool beach cover-up, too.


Cream pansy border print dress, £36, available at Topshop. BUY NOW!

If Erdem’s prints are a tad too pricey, Topshop’s pansy border dress will give you the painterly patterns you lust after.


Warehouse blue pocket tunic, £45, available at Debenhams. BUY NOW!

For chic, understated styling, a lightweight chambray dress is the perfect pared-down piece. Practical, versatile and sleek, Warehouse’s denim-look dress is modern minimalism made easy.


Orange paisley lace up tunic, £29, available at Topshop. BUY NOW!

If brights and neons are bit too bold, try making a splash with a vibrant paisley print. We love Topshop’s lace-up tunic, guaranteed to add a zingy edge to spring’s Seventies accessories.

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