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Hot Tropic: Under-$50 Vacation Dresses

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    After weeks of terrible temps and snowstorms, you, like us, are probably just done. At this point, you're sick of the cold and ready to cast away those winter blahs. The major issue, though, is that spring is still just a tad too far away. And, the only way to really get that healthy dose of vitamin D is to jet out of the chill completely and head to tropical bliss, whether that's a long weekend in Bermuda or a quick jaunt to Miami.

    But, vacays always come with a hefty price tag. So, we'd venture a guess you probably don't want to drop any extra cash on those warm-weather outfits you need to tote along on your getaway (especially when that moola could be used for an extra spa treatment or, you know, cocktails). Well, good news: You don't have to.

    Whether you're looking for a maxi cover-up or a frock made for a sunset beachfront dinner, we've packed 18 super-chic, yet super-cheap (all under $50!), vacation-ready dresses ahead that are easy on the eyes and even easier on the pocketbook. We promise you'll adore each and every one. They're such a trip.

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