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Fresh, fun and new to fenwick.co.uk, discover the brands making this season’s most sought-after print dresses – ideal for transitioning into warmer climes.
It’s February and temperatures in the UK are soaring to a sweltering 18°c (well, sweltering for us). All we can dream about is the faint memory of Pimm’s cups and polo matches, and a spring wardrobe we’re keen to unpack from the depths of our cupboards. In the meantime, finding a [transitional dress](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/dressing-up-the-transitional-print) to take us from winter to spring can be somewhat of a challenge. Does it need a long sleeve? Should the hem fall below the knee? Well, there’s one thing you can count on: prints are a sure-fire way to leap into spring. Pick a long sleeve or short hem – the choice is up to you – but a [print dress](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/dressing-up-the-transitional-print) is the one item we can guarantee your in-between wardrobe craves. And, as we’ve just launched womenswear on our website, we’ve pulled together three of our favourite brands with print dresses you will fall head over “print” for.
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#### Baum und Pferdgarten Mother nature has spoken, and with spring on the horizon, light, flowy dresses are our go-to for milder climes. Copenhagen-based brand [Baum und Pferdgarten](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/brands/baum-und-pferdgarten/women/clothing) does an exceptional print – they feel lively and full of youth. Plus, our selection features long hems and ¾ length sleeves, so we can promise you’ll be able to go without tights in no time.
#### Preen Line A dropped waistline, an asymmetrical hem, and fabric cut for movement: meet [Preen Line](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/brands/preen-line), the brain child of British designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi. This contemporary diffusion line was created as a need to service a more modern aesthetic. Pair with your black leather boots and a denim jacket for a look that speaks to the warm weather but also to the season.
#### PS Paul Smith For the SS19 collection, [PS Paul Smith](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/brands/ps-paul-smith/women) looked to images of Cuba from the nineties for its inspiration. The pastel pink and turquoise shades contrast nicely with flashes of red and orange. Our favourite from the collection? The palm tree-inspired dress makes us feel like we’ve just booked our summer holiday.
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_Image via Baum und Pferdgarten_