I just got back from Panama and Easter is already around the corner! Time is just flying on by BUT I still need to unpack and reorganize. If you’re anything like me, you probably haven’t planned your Easter outfits. I don’t share too much about my faith but this is an extremely important holiday for me. My family isn’t here in LA so although I don’t get the luxury of family brunch (luckily I just saw them), church is still a very important part of my life.
Dressing for church or brunch is all about comfort but looking appropriate and chic. If you don’t already have your look planned, I put together four simple last minute Easter outfit ideas you may already have in your closet. And if you don’t, all these items are accessible at your local department store or boutique.
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1. Little White Dress
The little white dress is the obvious choice for Easter because it’s spring, a season where we spot white clothing everywhere. Besides, I’m sure you have a collection of LWD stashed away somewhere. Whenever I’m wearing a white dress, I like to add a bright handbag to make my outfit pop! Nude shoes will guarantee no competition against your cheerful accessories.
2. Pastel Dress
If white is too boring, try a pastel dress. My favorite pastel colors fall in the range of nudes and beige, but you can scout for dresses in lavender, pink, or sea foam green. How cute that you’ll match with the eggs right? If you want to up the ante on a pastel outfit, test out a monochromatic ensemble by coordinating your bag to your dress.
3. Printed Maxi/Midi Dress
When you’re in the mood for prints but not florals, try a paisley or fruity pattern. If those are too funky, I’m also obsessed with leaf prints and the classic polka dots and stripes. The great thing about Spring 2018 is that it provides a huge bank of prints for you to pick from. You just have to pick. Printed dresses are perfect when you want to look unique and stand out.
4. Floral Ruffle Dress
Florals and ruffles are both big spring trends at the moment and Easter is the perfect time to bring them out. If you decide to wear a floral ruffle dress, don’t shy from adding on bright heeled sandals. I don’t usually wear color but it’s a nice way to incorporate a splash of something bright.
What are your plans for Easter?