If, like us, the first glimmers of sunshine have you whipping out your spring dresses at the earliest opportunity – even if we’re still facing sub-zero temperatures – we’ve rounded up some of our favourites from this season’s trends. So whether you style with cosy polo neck jumpers and tights, or brave the cold with bare legs, these fab statement dresses can be snapped up now and will see you through seasons to come. From British brands RIXO London and Temperley London's clashing print dresses and Ted Baker's sweet pastel shades, to easy-to-wear shirt dresses from Emporio Armani and 70s-inspired sillouettes from Paul Smith and MiH, we've rounded up the four spring 2018 dress trends to know, with our top picks below. ###### CLASHING PATTERNS Bold, dramatic and full of colour, stay warm in eye-catching maxi dresses in contrasting prints.
Trend Edit: The Must-Have Dresses for Spring
13th February 2018
We've rounded up the top four dress trends of the season, and chosen the must-have dresses from Fenwick to tick off each trend.
Temperley Spiral Printed Deep V Dress, £895
RIXO London Tori Space Age Floral Maxi Dress, £315
Max Mara Weekend Oriente Dress, £499
RIXO London Chrissy Mixed Floral Maxi Dress, £325
###### PRETTY PASTELS Super-sweet and reminiscent of spring flowers, opt for feminine shapes in pretty pastel shades.
Ted Baker Silara Dress in Pink, £149
Stella Jean Monkey Print Dress, £695
See by Chloe Ruffle Dress, £375
Red Valentino Peter Pan Collar Dress, £485
###### SHIRT DRESSES Easy to throw on, versatile, and effortlessly chic - the simple shirt dress is a must-have this season.
Baum Und Pfertgarden Abella Shirt Dress, £339
MaxMara Weekend Shirt Dress, £305
Emporio Armani Shirt Dress, £325
Velvet by Graham & Spencer Penelope Stripe Shirt Dress, £275
###### SEVENTIES VIBES Embrace boho chic with relaxed, flowing 70s shapes and funky floral prints.
Sportmax Horse Dress, £290
Paul Smith Enso Floral Dress, £280
Rixo London Emma Red Floral Maxi Dress, £305
MiH Brigitte Dress, £395