Favorite Easter Fashion

By April 16, 2019Fashion, Holiday
Easter Fashion

Have you picked out what you’ll be wearing for Easter yet?

Whether you have an Easter brunch on the horizon, or you’re attending a family dinner, we love getting dressed up for Easter. Don’t you?

In our books, it’s the perfect excuse for starting rocking all your favorite spring style trends.

And so, with that in mind, do you need some inspiration to find your ideal Easter look?

To start, be sure to check out our favorite Easter looks from last year, and then hop on over to our post on our favorite Easter shoe and dress pairings.

Once you’ve taken in all that Easter style inspiration, we’re listing out our favorite style details for Easter in this latest post.

Feminine, spring-appropriate, and so perfect for any Easter event you have planned, we hope these style details inspire your most trendy Easter look yet:

1. Midi Dress

Midi Dress
Image via Nordstrom

If you haven’t noticed, midi dresses are extremely popular this spring.

Available in wrap styles, empire waists, and free-flowing boho styles, there’s no shortage of midi dresses to choose from this season.

Pair with your favorite shoes, and this is a feminine Easter look that can’t fail.

2. Florals

Image via Gal Meets Glam

Of course, if there’s one print that always works for an Easter look, it’s florals.

Opt for a pretty floral dress, or go for a floral peplum top and jeans for something more laid-back. Either way, a pretty spring floral for Easter will never do you wrong.

3. Pastels

Image via Sassy Red Lipstick

In that same vein, if you want to take your Easter look to the next level, find a floral print done with pastel colors.

Nothing screams Easter style more than pastels.

And hey, if you don’t want to do a floral print, you can always look for a solid pastel piece.

A pastel yellow wrap dress with a pop of lilac? Perfection!

4. Ruffles

Image via Gap

There’s no shortage of ruffle details popping up this season, which gives us the perfect excuse to rock this feminine detail for an Easter event.

Whether it be a ruffled hemline on a dress or a sweet ruffled detail on a knit sweater, a ruffle (or two!) will give your Easter look the perfect amount of feminine flair that we all know and love.

5. Lace

Image via Kendi Everyday

Similarly, when it comes to lace detailing for Easter, we’re all about it.

A lace dress? Yes, please.

A lace pencil skirt? Definitely.

Even a lace top with some jeans or palazzo pants will look great for whatever Easter event you have on the horizon. Guaranteed.

6. Scalloped Edge

Scalloped Edge
Image via Just a Tina Bit

Want to switch up your Easter look with a less obvious feminine detail?

If so, we’re all about the scalloped edge. Whether it be a hemline on a dress or on a top, a scalloped edge will add the perfect pop of feminine flair that you’re looking for when putting together your Easter look.

7. Hair Accessories

Hair Accessories
Image via @_hollyt

If you haven’t noticed, hair accessories are majorly trending this spring, and we absolutely love the idea of adding some into your Easter look.

You can sport some trendy clips to add a bit of glam to your hair, or you can really bring the feminine flair by sporting a bow headband.

Regardless of how you choose to wear hair accessories, we’ve got a strong suspicion this will be a popular detail for Easter. Give it a try.

8. A White Dress

White Address
Image via Lulus

And last, but not least, when all else fails, there’s nothing more spring appropriate than a fresh white dress.

You can go for a simple white sundress for a more casual look, or you can sport a lace white dress for a look that’s a little more elevated. It really just depends on what you have in store for your Easter festivities.

Bottom line, though: a white dress is always a good idea for Easter.

And there you have it: some of our favorite style details to incorporate into your look for Easter.

Pick any of these details and give them your own personal style spin, and we just know you’ll be looking and feeling your best at whatever Easter events you have in store.

Happy Easter, all!

image courtesy of townandcountrymag.org

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