The Best Topshop Dresses Under $100 to Shop Right Now

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Topshop's quickly becoming my favorite fast-fashion retailer — and not just for jeans. My love for browsing the brand's high-waisted skinnies eventually led me to other categories, namely the dresses. I discovered an array of options in the season's trendiest prints or cuts. For Spring, the brand has already released asymmetrical cold-shoulder dresses, silky slips, and ruffled-up minis, all of which are super affordable. To prove my point, I curated a list of the best pieces under $100 every fashion girl can shop right now. If you weren't a fan of Topshop before, you will be now.

This frilled bardot dress ($68) can be worn with sneakers or heels, making it a versatile Summer LBD.

Featuring an asymmetrical shoulder, this slinky midi dress ($60) is a fit for special occasions and cocktail parties.

We can totally see someone wearing this tulle midi dress ($90) to a wedding.

Looking for a shirtdress ($80) to wear to work? There's no better option than this striped one.

A cold-shoulder floral dress this good deserves to be worn ($95) again and again.

Mixing two prints in one outfit is easy with this wrap dress ($75).

Stun in a statement red dress ($95) with an asymmetric hemline and quarter-length sleeves.

We don't have to reiterate that ruffles are in because you'll fall in love with this poplin wrap dress ($90) regardless.

Navy is the new black and the high-neck style is in, which is why this dress is right on trend ($95).

A feminine shirt dress ($90) will quickly become one of your go-to pieces.

This sweater and dress combo ($80) is effortless. Also, wait until you see the back.

A mixed-print slip ($60) that's the definition of Summer dressing.

You can always use another layerable slip dress ($50) like this gray one.

Ask us what we're wearing to a wedding and we'll point to this cold-shoulder number ($85).