Does the perfect Easter outfit actually exist? Well, yes and no. There is, of course, no singular dress or blouse that is the epitome of ultimate Easter looks. Everyone has a unique and special way to celebrate this holiday, so everyone will have a particular setting and environment in mind when styling themselves for Easter festivities.
So let’s break this down and talk special occasion dresses, maxi skirts, and pantsuits to help you find the best outfit for your special and unique Easter plans this year.
Florals in spring may not be groundbreaking, but some trends return year after year for good reason. Easter is the perfect time to break out your most flowy floral spring dress (or go out and get a new one!). A cute fit and flare dress in bright spring floral patterns is ideal for an Easter brunch out with the family. This style is not too formal but not overly casual. It is comfortable and easy to wear yet very stylish. Plus, it is easy to dress up or down, depending on the vibe of your Easter brunch venue. Dress this look up with heels and a blazer or fitted jacket, which we recommend getting in a fun, bright color to complement your florals. Alternatively, you could dress this style down by pairing it with flats or sneakers and a plush comfy cardigan sweater.
Spring is the perfect time to break out your favorite maxi dress. A springtime Easter picnic in the park is a great excuse to wear it. Elevate your comfy, flowy maxi dress look by wearing it with platform sandals or wedge heels. Then, pair with a fashion scarf or shawl and a wide-brimmed hat to keep the sun off your face during your picnic.
Don’t forget to bring comfy pillows and blankets to lounge on during your Easter picnic. And, of course, always remember to bring that sunscreen!
Hear us out: pink tweed. Pink is always a great color for spring, and it is especially apropos during the Easter holiday. Plus, pink is very on-trend this year. It pairs perfectly with tweed, which is another current choice for women’s wear, especially for the transitional seasons of spring and fall.
Tweed is ideal for experimenting with bold color choices like pink since the fabric is subtle, and the colors are typically speckled instead of a solid shade. Choose a fitted pink speckled tweed blazer and a pantsuit or skirt combo for your Easter church service this year. This fun yet polished look is also a great option because it can just as easily be worn to the office later on. Wear this look with a silky women’s blouse in a complementary color underneath your pink tweed blazer.
What if you are someone who does not celebrate Easter but still loves the season and would like to celebrate the arrival of spring and the symbolism of life and rebirth? Easter is a wonderful time to celebrate the end of winter, the beginning of spring, and whatever else you want to celebrate, no matter your affiliations or beliefs. Springtime is an infectiously fun season, filled with hope, good spirits, and (usually) beautiful weather. So get out there, explore nature, and celebrate it however you want!
Going for a hike is a great way to celebrate the end of winter and the beginning of warmer months to come. The beginning of spring is a great reason to break out your hiking boots. What else should you wear on this trip outdoors this time of year? Yoga pants are not just for yoga classes. Sweat-wicking, stretchy, and comfortable yoga pants are just as suitable for hiking and adventuring in the great outdoors as they are for doing a downward dog or enjoying savasana. This style of athletic pants is comfortable and practical while also quite fashionable. Depending on the climate and weather where you live, you may want to bring along a sweater or a pullover fleece top as well. Pair with hiking boots or trail runners and a sun-protective fitted top, and you are ready to hit the trail and celebrate the coming of spring in the great outdoors in style.
So is there truly a perfect outfit for your Easter celebration? We think there is and that the perfect outfit for your Easter celebration is the one that you choose to wear.