There's no doubt about it: All we want to shop right now is dresses. Most recently, we've introduced you to puff sleeves, polka dots, Topshop's latest It dress and now there's another one we're adding to the hit list: anything checked. Be it grown-up gingham, perfect plaid or mixed checks, there's one thing we're sure about: We'll all be wearing them one way or another. In fact, we already are, having bought them last summer or the summer before (now that's the kind of long-lasting trend we always appreciate).
This is the asymmetric-sleeved Calvin Klein version Monikh wore that sold out fast, but there are now a few remaining sizes at Net-a-Porter.
Trine wearing a checked lilac shirtdress from Copenhagen-based brand InWear. It also sold out pretty quick (you're getting the pattern here, but don't worry—we've found iterations that are in stock).
Just imagine it with strappy sandals and a straw bag. Swoon. 
It's basically like your primary school dress, but in a chic, grown-up way. 
A hint of metallic isn't to be kept just for party season, you know. 
It's all about belting up this spring. 
We all know a wrap dress never fails in the outfit department. 
Every part of this patchwork dress makes us want it. 
The V-neck and capped sleeves are so flattering. 
Guaranteed to make a statement.
You've probably already spotted this one on the #MangoGirls. 
One-shouldered styles are all the rage this season. 
Just add layers and layers of seashell jewellery, and go. 
We've already seen this dress on so many influencers. 
Puff-sleeved dresses are also key this season (it's basically a two-for-one buy). 
We'll never be over cami dresses and how easy they are to wear. 
We want to wear this for brunch, BBQ's, christenings and weddings—basically, everywhere.
You can just imagine this halter-neck style sashaying along a beach. 
If in doubt, go monochromatic.
It fits like a dream. 
Just look at those little ruffles. 
Keep it tonal with tan accessories. 
The perfect day dress does exist. 
Next up: Take a look at all the spring/summer 2019 trends you need to tick off this year. Opening Image: Kitri

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