With Easter coming up, it’s the perfect time to bring out those great colors and patterns you’ve been hiding in your closet all winter. Although some of us may not be able to ditch sweaters just yet, your Easter outfit is the perfect time to start hopping into some lighter fabrics. For many of us, this day will consist of spending time with family, possibly an egg hunt and eating an extravagant dinner. With that in mind, it’s best to find something that’s appropriate and makes you comfortable without completely throwing your style out the window.
Every woman should have a little lace in her closet. And though to some it may seem old fashioned, it’s not hard to find something lacy and a little more current. The great thing about lace is how effortlessly it gives a feminine look. A white lace top can be paired with just about anything, from a pastel colored pair of pants or skirt, to a pair of lightly distressed boyfriend jeans. You can even sport a pair of lace shorts for the perfect Easter outfit.
Wearing something flowy for your Easter outfit is sure to keep your mood light throughout the day. Try pairing a flowy skirt with a simple top, or a loose-fitted flowery romper and minimal accessories – adorbs.
For those of us that are still dealing with lower temperatures for Easter, a sweater or cardigan with a soft color is the perfect way to keep warm but still incorporate spring trends.
We all know the perfect pair of shoes is what ties any outfit together. Your Easter outfit is no different. This spring holiday is the best time for your favorite comfy flats to make their first appearance of the year. They make any outfit look classy and cute.
With the Easter Bunny right around the corner there’s no better time to bring out your Sunday’s best and let the world know that you’re entering the spring with style.
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Taylor Desantos, 19, is currently studying a William Paterson University in New Jersey. She is majoring in Communications with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor is Music Management. She considers herself a pretty big music junkie which is why she is looking to have a career in the entertainment industry.