I personally believe that spring is one of the greatest times for fashion. The weather is warm but not too warm so you don’t have to worry about sweating or freezing to death. We’re encouraged to wear colors because this season means bright and happy colors. However, that can all be a little overwhelming when you’re trying to put an outfit together this Easter. Let me take the guesswork out of the equation and provide with you a fun and easy Easter! I can’t promise that your entire Easter will go off without a hitch, but I can guarantee that at the very least, planning your fashion and clothing choices will definitely give you no issues!
It’s Easter, which means it’s spring, which means that you can go all out with color. Why not mimic an Easter egg? Wear colors that remind you of new life, spring, and happiness. That’s what Easter is all about!
If bright colors aren’t really your thing, try something else instead. Go for some pastels. You could wear a pastel blouse. Then, throw in darker tones to help you feel more comfortable. For example, you could pair the pastel floral dress with a gray sweater.
Outside of summer, white can seem a bit out of season. Not however if you add a pop of a bright color. Red is always a sound choice.
I have this theory that prints were just made for spring style. Wear a chevron or stripe print, but keep the colors more muted. Go for spring colors, but not anything too garish. You will make a statement in the classiest way.
Maybe I’m just overly obsessed with midi skirts this year, but I think that especially on Easter, midi skirts are an easy way to dress up any outfit. You could pair a midi skirt with a graphic tee and it would still look like you dressed up and put a lot of thought into your outfit, even if you put it together in a few minutes!
Don’t have big plans this Easter? Keep it casual with your favorite pair of skinny jeans. Your top choice can follow the weather and don't forget to accessorize.
If you have major plans this Easter, go all out with some tulle. Wear a huge, fluffy tulle skirt, or just a dress with a slight tulle skirt. It’s very reminiscent of Carrie Bradshaw, but it’s also just light and airy. Tulle skirts personally remind me of a sunny, spring day!
What are you wearing this Easter? Will you use any of these ideas? Let me know all of your Easter plans, from your hair to your makeup to your clothes, and even your day, in the comments!
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