The first official holiday of Spring is almost here. Easter can be a tricky outfit conundrum since there are so many events happening that range from dressy demure (Sunday services) to backyard casual (Egg hunts).
The SLH editors have been combing the spring season sales to come up with 20 perfect pieces to wear by event. Ready to crack this open? Let’s get started…
EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES
For many people, Easter mass is second only to Christmas in terms of attendance. While it varies by community, the general rule of thumb is to dress “church appropriate”. For men, that means no shorts, a nice buttoned up shirt and in some cases a jacket or even a hat. For women, nothing too short or revealing. In both instances, Easter service is also about shedding off the dull winter drab colors and spicing up your wardrobe with lots of spring-inspired color pops.
Sleeveless and services don’t have to be incompatible. With an appropriate neckline you can show off those shoulders with no issue. Case in point, this marvelous mauve midi from Lulus.
This lacy midi is lovely as is, but you could easily take to the next level by adding a wide belt in a bold shade (we recommend this season’s big trender – bubblegum pink).
Sweet soft florals with billowy sleeves make this an easy choice for your Easter look.
When wearing a shorter style skirt during services, it’s best to complement above-the-waist with longer sleeves. Sometimes that can wander into the boring zone, but not in this case. With illusion sleeves and plenty of flower-power your look is fresh as a…well, you know the rest.
With short flutter sleeves and charming chiffon floral this midi dress is perfect for Easter services and is sure to become a wardrobe staple.
As if we needed an excuse to brunch these days? So as it has happened for many years now, many restaurants cater specifically to these hungry throngs of congregations with all sorts of delicious brunch menu items. Whether your brunch plans include attending service or no, the dress code for Easter brunch is dressy.
Satisfy your appetite for floaty floral deliciousness at your brunch with this sweet number.
Go a little Boho with your brunch in this tiered ruffled maxi. So many cool details on this dress from the crochet lace trim to the tasseled ruched drawstrings, it all comes together and looks crazy cute.
When the warm weather finally hits after all this cold, we all go a little mod. Super comfy with a touch of spandex, this one-and-done dress is perfect for the fashionable gal on the go.
With it’s flattering high neck and open back, this dress is oh-so “ladies who lunch”.
Sometimes the weather around Easter can be fickle. This puffy sleeved beauty by Ganni is a gorgeous option in case you need a little extra fabric around the shoulders.
Lots of outdoor fresh air, kiddos running around…Easter hunts are an example of controlled chaos. The last thing you want to worry about is getting too dressed up. This is the perfect opportunity to wear something fun and summery. Think flats and sandals, easy jewelry pieces and cute, but carefree, dressing.
Keep your cool while hanging out in the warm sun with this fun floral mini dress. The criss cross back adjusts, making it as comfortable to wear as it looks.
We seriously cannot get enough of ruffles this year, and this lilac lovely is no exception. Add some flirty flatforms and you are good to go.
Get a little ditsy with this chiffon ruffled floral. The side wrap kicks up the visual interest and all those ruffles…love!
Cut outs are hot this spring and this flirty floral and lace number show us exactly why. Just a touch of mid-drift and a whole lot of style.
We love the moderate stretch, plus the side ties that allow you to personalize the fit of this fit.
EASTER FAMILY DINNER
Extended family gatherings are making a comeback (with the proper vaccinations and continued masking). So while sure, showing up in the sweats+tee ensemble may be okay…why settle? Inject some dressing back into your wardrobe and show your fam just how glad you are to be with them again.
A little bit of pleating gives this floral frock dreamy movement and just reads happy and carefree.
Are your family Easter dinners more BBQ on the patio than dress up? Here’s a bright number that looks both casual and chic. We love the spring yellow color pop and the polka dots keep it fresh.
Dress this one up with some strappy heels or keep it fam casual with cute sandals. This ruched number is incredibly versatile.
Shirred tops and spring go together like Easter and eggs. This lavender maxi with flutter sleeves give you a ton of accessorizing options.
Finally, if you’re holiday schedule is packed with a lot of activities and not a lot of time, this dress was made for you. Wrinkle proof, with a little spandex to give you a some give as you move from point A to point B. This colorfully printed classic fit dress has appropriate length for many occasion and, huge bonus here, two front slash pockets.