One of the most exciting things to look forward to at Easter time, besides decorating colored eggs and eating chocolate bunnies, is buying a pretty new Easter dress. It’s a tradition that many of us have grown up with and still get a big kick out of today.
I always like something a little frilly and feminine like this cute blue and pink ruffle dress and an ice pink Kate Spade tote. I also have a pretty yellow chiffon dress with a similar feel that would be lovely too!
Whether you need a dress for church, for Easter brunch, or just to welcome spring, here are 5 darling dresses for Easter Sunday!
This pretty sheath dress with the dainty white floral applique is a perfect Easter Sunday dress since white is a color that symbolizes purity and rebirth. I’ve played that up by adding a crisp white bag, a sophisticated white cropped sweater and a pair of classy white pumps. This look is heavenly!
Lace, Ribbons and a Bow
Here’s a dress that reminds me of my childhood when mom would dress me up in lace, ribbons, and bows. This romantic wrap dress is a grown-up version of that. It’s so soft and feminine in pink and lavender, and that gorgeous sash is magical. And did you see the bag? It’s my new spring favorite!
Yellow Easter “Chick”
Look lovely this Easter in the cheery yellow dress that’s as sweet-looking as a baby Easter “Chick.” A fit and flare silhouette and dramatic balloon sleeves make this dress fancy and figure flattering. I’ve added a pastel brushstroke clutch bag and some gorgeous nude heels to the mix. The end look is dreamy!
Easter Egg Stripes
Have you ever painted stripes on Easter eggs? This perky spring dress reminds me of a colorful striped Easter egg and would be perfect to wear to Sunday brunch. I’ve teamed it up with another cute lavender handbag, some sparkly silver earrings and a pair of comfy wedge sandals. This is a great dress for the gal who wants a sporty, modern Easter outfit.
What can I say about florals? They are the ultimate spring print and always look right at Eastertime. Pastel florals are traditionally most popular, but bright florals on dark backgrounds look just as festive and thoroughly modern.
Will you be buying a new dress this Easter? Tell me what it’s like!