Jenna Dewan Found The Floral Dress You'll Want To Live In This Spring (& It's So Affordable, Too)

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With her cool-girl hats and her long and flowy dresses, this World of Dance judge dresses like a bohemian dream. Her closet must be overflowing with pretty botanical prints by now, but she didn't hesitate to add another to her collection recently. Jenna Dewan's whimsical maxi is the perfect floral dress for spring.

Once again, the actor pulled off the chic motif while dining at West Hollywood's vegan Mexican hotspot, Gracias Madre, on Weds. The latest in Dewan's floral maxi saga is a black-and-white number by your favorite affordable brand, Madewell — and lucky for you, it's still in stock.

The wrap dress features adjustable tie sleeves (which gave the 38-year-old trend-forward puffy shoulders), a leg slit, and delicate sheer georgette overlay adorned with springy flora. Dewan, of course, accessorized with her signature fedora (a gray version by Stetson) and super-edgy, buckle-clad Chloe combat boots.

Though an unexpected addition, the chunky leather footwear added a bit of rocker flair to the uber-feminine dress and ended up being a perfect combination of everything Dewan loves. In the past, she's paired her many floral dresses (she has a vast collection) with leather jackets, studded booties, and the like. It's all about balance for this on-trend mom.

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Dewan's floral maxi is definitely an easy find these days because, if you haven't already noticed, printed dresses are all the rage. While the actor's worn versions by Little Moon, ELLIATT, and Aqua before, her latest is a little easier on the budget, costing less than $200.

So, go ahead and stock your closet with these floral dresses without reserve. Pair them with your chunky sneakers, sleek strappy heels, or Dewan-inspired combat boots. Her exact outfit and other pretty botanical-print maxis, ahead.

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