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Frugal Fashionista: Versatile Spring Dresses Edition

By Selena Mae |

Dresses For Curves. YES.

Yesterday I let you all in on a few secrets. My old bad mom hair and my very new haircut. A direct result of pulling myself out of the dreary rut I’ve found myself in regarding my self-image.

I’ve always been into fashion, but never one for expensive brands. A generous part of my wardrobe is always thrifted and I only shop sales online. Lately my wardrobe has diminished to a steady rotation of yoga pants, leggings and jeans. Well one pair of jeans. That’s right. One.

They are only pair that fit and I refuse to buy anymore since I’ve finally gotten back into my exercise routine. Spring has awakened something inside of me. The feminine, feral part of me who digs being sexy. Just because I’m a mom – doesn’t mean that I have to give that up.

So. I’ve spent a small chunk of time carousing the internets to find some of the very best deals of dresses that are complimentary to curves, versatile and not always sensible. Hurrah to that. I’ve been careful to keep all body types in mind here, so go ahead – check them out, excellent deals with something for everyone. After the jump!

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For Mom: Spring Dresses On a Budget

Satin Birds: 29.95

Knee length, seamed at the waist with pleats and elastic back. Made casual with a cardi or jean jacket with flats, wedges or boots. Wear it belted or not, with bare legs or tights or leggings.
By H&M. View it here

Be creative with layering, shoe-styles and accessories. Many of these dresses can be worn a multitude of ways!

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About Selena Mae


Selena Mae

Selena Burgess is crafty, a culinary expert, and a professional wrangler of the toddler variety. When the chaos permits, she writes stories and is addicted to documenting everyday life. Selena is proud of her Anishinaabe roots, and is the type of woman you want to revel (or kvetch) in motherhood with. Read bio and latest posts → Read Selena's latest posts →

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