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10 Date Night Approved Dresses Under $100

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Summer’s almost over but there’s some good news in that fact. With the end of a season comes end of season shopping. Every Chicago based boutique and designer you love is marking down their summer clothing in preparation of fall gear. It’s a perfect time to load up on summer dresses – even if these will soon be banished to storage until next year.

A bunch of dresses we’ve had our eye on since April, are finally marked down. We asked a guy to help sift through the bundle until only 10 dresses remained, perfect for date nights and summer outings. So here ya go: Our list of 10 dresses under $100. Have fun!

10 Dresses Under $100

 Dresses under $100

Where: Nasty Gal What: Crystal Matrix Dress / Sizes Left: S-XL

Edith Hart

Where: Edith Hart What: Technically, not a dress. Unbelievers Playsuit by Finders Keepers / Sizes Left: M-L

Edith Hart1917 N Damen Ave, Chicago, IL 60647 (773) 252-3350

Jayne Boutique

WhereJayne What: Summer Maxi by Lani / Sizes Left: S-L

Jayne Boutique7423 Madison St, Forest Park, IL 60130 (708) 366-6300

Dresses under $100

WhereBanana Republic / What: Strappy Flounce Dress / Sizes Left: 10-16

Dresses Under $100

WhereASOS What: Lydia Bright Evangeline Swing Dress / Sizes Left: 2-10

Dresses under $100

WhereAnthropologie / What: Rhododendron Dress / Sizes Left: 0-12

Akira

WhereAkira What: Lumier In Full Bloom Bodycon Dress / Size Left: XS

Akira: Multiple locations throughout Chicago

Penelope's Chicago

WherePenelope’s What: Alishia Dress DV by Dolce Vita / Size Left: M

Penelope’s: 1913 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622 (773) 395-2351

Dresses Under 100

WhereOld Navy / What: Poplin Sundress / Sizes Left: XS – XXL

Zara

Where: Zara What: Two Tone Peplum Dress / Size Left: L

My favorite has to be the summer maxi by Lani from Jayne. It’s just my type of boho, flowy goodness. Which do you think would look great on you?

Kari Herrera is the creator of Chicagoings.com, Chicago’s indie city guide and blog. She often writes about the city’s points-of-interest as experienced by a local. She is a Social Media Marketing Manager and freelance writer. When she’s not working, Kari donates much of her time to the education of French-speaking immigrants in Chicago.

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