This weekend is Easter Sunday and I wanted to put together some of my favourite types of spring looks in case I have any last minute readers in need of a quick outfit.
Easter is a big holiday for a lot of people. Sometimes it can be a little hard to shop for, because a lot of us are looking for that perfect Easter Sunday dress that’s not only cute but also appropriate for church or family-related events. What that means is, nothing too flashy or showing too much skin. The great thing about Easter Sunday is that it’s when spring fashion is truly alive. You can really go all out for your look with light colours, florals, and feminine touches that scream the very best of spring!
So whether you celebrate by going to Sunday mass, grabbing brunch or heading over to a relative’s house, I have the perfect outfit to get you through Easter and beyond.
Shades of sage have been on my mind for sometime and I have no plans of slowing down. Green and sage, in particular, bring us closer to nature and the calming feeling of being outdoors, making it an ideal choice to include in everyday styles, be it clothing, accessories, or home decor. For this Easter appropriate look I chose a suitable for the occasion blazer with fun and bright Vichy print that is one of my favourite patterns ever. Add a little backpack with a playful print of lemons and you are good to go.
Pink has always been one of my favourite colours, from the lightest blush to the darkest rose. But more recently, I’ve turned to combining this favourite colour of mine with light grey pieces. For instance, in this outfit the blush pink trench coat stands out against the grey dress to create a soft, romantic look. Classic and simple combination, but no where near boring. The addition of blush pink beret in the same hue as the trench completes the look perfectly. Few accessories carry such vintage-inspired charm and timeless elegance, but berets are surely one of them.
There’s so much inspiration found in the soft blue shades of spring – a solid blue sky, calm ocean waters, a crystal clear mountain lake, or a sparkling swimming pool. Blue is another one of my favourite colours that I include throughout both my personal style and around my home. No matter the variation, from light and subtle to bold and strong, there’s always a perfect navy, royal, cobalt, denim, blueberry, baby or ice blue shade.
So serene and simple, not too bold, but always inspiring, blue hues are the cool choice for the perfect pop of colour to compliment your Easter Sunday outfit.
I find it hard to resist beautifully made knitwear, especially in colourful spring shades, with embroidered details, unique buttons, lace, or appliqués. These pieces are extra special and need no complicated styling – just a relaxed-fit jean, or a patterned midi skirt in complimenting colours.
The combination of the doll-looking collar with this beautiful lavender cardigan is ideal not only for spring but for Easter Sunday brunch as well..
What are your plans for Easter and what are you going to wear?