Floral Easter Dresses from Yumi Kim & Veronica M

Spring florals are in full swing at Mint! With only one more week until the official first day of spring we are so in the mood for fresh florals and fun spring styles! Luckily Veronica M, Yumi Kim and Amanda Uprichard have some refreshing new arrivals in our stores to meet all of your springtime needs, in pretty pastel shades and floral patterns, perfect for wearing this Easter! Maxi or mini dress styles provide options for unpredictable weather, but we are more than ready to forge ahead with these gorgeous floral dresses - choose from wrap style fits, trendy off the shoulder, pretty prints, pastels or rich hues to find the dress that’s right for you to start spring 2018 on the right foot looking fabulous. One of these dresses would be a great option to wear on Easter Sunday spending the day with family and loved ones on the first real chance of the year to show off your spring style. Gorgeous Yumi Kim silk dresses will wow your friends, while comfy Veronica M frocks brings hot trends to the table, and always chic Amanda Uprichard pieces show off your fashionable taste.
How gorgeous is this coral pink wrap dress from Yumi Kim for the springtime season? The signature Soho Mixer wrap dress is a favorite fit for events and holidays like Easter all spring and summer long, and this pretty new print is just the thing to have you feeling like spring. The floral orchid print in pale pinks, peachy hues, and dark navy blooms across an orangey coral background creating a rosy sensation. The smooth luxe silk fabric is a dream to wear and so lightweight for for the approaching warm weather season with the perfect full skirt to twirl in. Wear this dress with neutral heels and a light cardigan for Easter Sunday for a totally spring season appropriate look that brings joyful pastel colors to the early days of spring.
Step it up a notch with the Swept Away maxi version of this floral wrap dress for added elegance and refinement instantly with the longer hem. Cap sleeves and a tie around the waist add character to this Yumi Kim wrap dress with a long flowing gown-like skirt just sweeps the ground. Wear this dress with light colored booties to transition into warmer weather styles slowly, and throw a moto jacket over the top for added cool girl vibes. The rich coral tones work well with shades of beige, caramel and gold, so stick to neutral accessories and golden jewelry to complete this springtime look.
When we think of springtime prints to wear for Easter aside from florals, soft gingham always comes to mind. This gorgeous maxi dress from Amanda Uprichard is a classic pick for your springtime celebrations and holidays. With a wrap style skirt showing off a bit of leg and a soft blue and white print this strapless dress is at once sexy and sweet. The gingham checkers are a classic retro print that comes back into play ever spring season as designers like Amanda Uprichard reach for seasonal inspiration from the vintage archives. This pale baby blue shade is particularly apt for the springtime when the sky lightens up to a similar shade of dreamy light blue and we begin to reach for pale pastel colors in our wardrobes as well. A strapless sweetheart neckline and fitted waist ensure a flattering fit on this maxi, while the tulip hemline provides the perfect backdrop to show off your shoes. Wear this dress with a cashmere wrap over your shoulders come April 1st for a look that is classy, fashionable and seasonal. When summer fully arrives, ditch the wrap and add a straw hat instead!
A pretty pastel off the shoulder dress is another great choice for early spring weather and Easter celebrations. This Veronica M shift dress blends shades of purple, pink, teal, and blue in floral and linear patterns for an all-over print ideal for a pastel Easter look. Wide cropped sleeves play off of bell sleeve trends on this feminine mini dress that reflects colors of the spring sky and blooming flowers. Bared shoulders are ready for the warm spring sunshine, showing  just a little skin on this long sleeves dress. The cool tones add poise and refinement to your look, and pair easily with neutrals when necessary. Drape a biker jacket over your shoulders and add wedges for a balanced look that transcends seasons and styles for the ultimate spring floral look.
Dark florals are an intriguing way to take on transitional spring style, and this pretty little tank dress from VeronicaM is a great piece to start off the spring season. Large red and pink flowers cover this black mini dress which features a v neck and sleeveless style with a cinched waistband. Such a darling vintage inspired floral print is perfect for the spring with the bright pops of red adding vibrance and fun to a classic look. With a black base color it is easy to layer and accessorize with dark neutrals, like back sandals and a jacket or cardigan to layer against the spring breezes. Wide tank straps make this dress super easy to wear while the modest neckline is a draw for women of all ages and body types. Easter dinner would be a breeze in this cute little mini dress with natural layers a poppy red lipstick to complete the look.
A whimsical feather print has us dreaming of spring weather here in the Northeast, with our fingers crossed that in just a few short weeks we’ll be able to wear this gorgeous Veronica M maxi dress for Easter Sunday celebrations! The dark navy tank style dress is covered in a scattered feather print featuring both peacock and pheasant style feathers creating a colorful pattern. Shades of reds and blues fade in ombré coloring across the feathers, bringing pale pastel shades to this deep navy dress. The softer colors eveoke signs of spring, when the birds return north for the summer. This long maxi dress is a solid piece to add to your spring wardrobe, and will quickly become a staple. The super comfy no wrinkle fabric is the ideal go-to to grab and go in the morning, and with a dress like this you’ll be looking chic all day long!

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