Easter Sunday is this weekend (thank goodness—I’ll finally be able to eat dessert again after giving it up for Lent), and the holiday is the perfect excuse to get dressed up! Whether you’re religious and plan on going to mass, prefer to go to a nice brunch, or simply want to stay home to enjoy your baskets and egg hunts from the infamous Easter bunny, I’ve rounded up 13 of my favorite spring appropriate looks to give you inspiration for every occasion. Me? I haven’t decided on an outfit yet, but you betcha I’m going all out—dress, heels, curly hair, and makeup! Who else loves holidays and spring (and candy)? I’m so excited!
I always associate Easter with bright, springy colors, but not all of us have those in our closets. No worries—dress up your favorite neutral dress with metallic sandals/heels, shiny accessories, a bold lip, and a colorful purse. Who says black and white can’t be chic for spring?
Give your work dress a new purpose this Easter weekend. Throw on your favorite denim jacket, white heels, and clutch and—Voila! You’ve got the cutest little Easter look (not to mention, the sleeves will keep you warm during those chilly Sunday morning breezes).
For the bold fashionista, layer ALL the colorful accessories over a simple, neutral dress. I’m talking cardigans, belts, statement necklace, purses—you name it. Do the colors in this outfit match? Not necessarily. Do I care? Not really.
This might be my favorite outfit from the lot…Florals, breezy white fabric, and a denim jacket make this look the perfect mix between dressy and casual, taking you from church to brunch to even back home for the Easter egg hunt.
For a less traditional color palette, pick a bold shade like red and pair it with a colorful patterned skirt. I know for me, pastels have never looked good with my skin-tone, even though light colors seems to be the name of the game for Easter dressing. That’s why I opted for a stand-out pop of red for this outfit, instead! ‘Cause you know me, I’m such a rebel…
On the flip side, I love how springy and simple this look is with just a light blue shade and white. You can’t go wrong with that color combo! This blouse actually used to be part of my school uniform but I repurposed it by tying it in the front. How can you re-wear old pieces this Easter weekend? Head to your closet and get the creative juices flowing!
This is the outfit I actually wore last Easter Sunday—can you spot the eggs hidden in the background? While not very colorful, I opted for a minimalistic chic look this holiday and kept it all in the accessories, experimenting with brooches, hair scarves, and bow belts. As you may have noticed, this pinstripe dress is making another appearance.
And I’m back with this floral ruffle blouse, too! But this time I paired it to create a much more elegant look, with a crochet black skirt, silver block heels, and an orange beaded clutch. I usually associate Easter with white, but I don’t think that means you should shy away from black all together! It can make the perfect addition to a fancy brunch outfit.
I absolutely love the look of an all-navy outfit, and I even think it’s very springy, despite being on the dark side. The original blog post with this look is pretty old and I wish had gotten better pictures of the outfit. But alas, we’ll just have to make do with these two shots. Easter is also a great time to pull out all your fun and sparkly hair accessories, like the butterfly above!
Back to this dress! This time I styled it more casually with a denim jacket, pink belt, and denim flats. If I were just staying at home for Easter, this is what I’d wear! (Gotta look good for family photos at any moment, amirite?)
Another pretty navy outfit! And you can’t dispute the cuteness of this polka dot scalloped collar. Again, pairing it with my fave white heeled sandals! Clearly there are some themes and repeat offenders happening across these outfits…
If you really want to go all-out for Easter, you can wear a pretty cocktail dress like this one. I adore the mint shade for spring and the layered silhouette is super flattering. I actually wore this dress both to my junior year prom and my senior year homecoming!
And of course, I couldn’t forget a look with pants for all you non-dress-lovers. Even though this outfit has black, the polka dot pattern mixed with the pretty aqua blouse make it more than spring appropriate! This is actually one of my favorite outfits (long braided hairstyle included) and I highly recommend something similar for Easter if skirts/dress aren’t yo’ thang.
Which one of these outfits was your favorite?? How do you plan on spending your weekend? Let me know in the comments below, and have a great Monday!
Miles of smiles,