The Prettiest Boho Dresses That Were Made to Be Worn in Fall

There's something about boho dresses that we'll always love. Maybe it's that they're a whole outfit in one, maybe it's their effortlessness, or maybe it's that they encourage us to twirl around. Whichever the reason, we're always down to wear pretty boho dresses. However, sometimes, the weather isn't in our favor (hello, 90-degree heat), and long-sleeved maxi dresses just don't add up.

That's why our boho dreams come alive when fall rolls around. Not only can we wear them with a pair of boots, but we can also have fun layering them and contrasting their fun prints with the fabrics of our favorite jackets.

So to share our excitement, we've rounded up 24 boho dresses that were made to be worn in fall.

All of fall's colors in one pretty boho dress. 

 

Bring those summer colors into fall with this floral frock. 

 

Fully on board with parading pinks into fall.

A little smocked-waist action makes this one feel so relevant right now.

Madewell's breezy dresses are the definition of modern boho style.

Wear this with a leather vest just like the model.

Warm earth tones are officially back.

Leave it to Free People to design cool and wearable dresses.

You already know this looks good with boots.

This combination of cinnamon, violet, and chartruse is sending us.

Another floral number that combines the prettiest fall colors.

The bold florals make this one feel so fresh.

This is almost too stunning for words. Almost.

Pair this '70s-inspired dress with boots and sandals alike.

Two trends in one: boho and color-blocking.

Elevate this simple, everyday dress with fun accessories.

This one is easy to wear with sandals while it's still warm out, and it'll transition into fall with boots.

Shopbop has a healthy stock of fall floral dresses right now.

They'll be so impressed that you found this dress on Amazon!

This post was published at an earlier date and has since been updated. Up Next: I'm a 34DD—Here Are the Pieces That Work for My Fall Wardrobe

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