What to Wear for Easter: 5 Cute & Colorful Spring Outfits
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you ideas of what to wear for Easter. However you celebrate, whatever you’ll be doing for Easter Sunday, I wanted to show you some colorful spring looks that are perfect for the holiday.
I’m going to show you a variety of different ensembles—some a bit more dressed up, some a bit more casual—because I wanted to show you a range of Easter outfits to cover whatever activities you have planned.
1. Classic Easter Sunday dress
For the first Easter outfit idea, I wanted to start off with a dress. A modest dress is a classic piece to wear for Easter Sunday, especially for a church service or family gathering.
This dress has a subtle floral print, and I love the pastel color; I think light pastel colors work well for the occasion. I also love the midi length of this dress; it’s very flowy and girly.
I didn’t want to over-accessorize because I wanted the dress to make a statement and stand out, so I just added a pair of gold hoop earrings.
For shoes, I added a pair of pink open-toed sandals. They have a strap that you can tie around your ankles as well as a transparent heel. The pink stands out and contrasts very well with the pastel green.
Color blocking is a big trend for this spring and summer, and this is a nice subtle way to color block. A white quilted bag with gold chain detail finishes off the look.
2. Pop of red
The next idea is a skirt outfit and would also be a great option for an Easter church service or more formal Easter activity.
This skirt is in a black, white, and red plaid print, and I’ve paired it with a white long sleeve top. I feel like this skirt makes a statement yet in a subtle way, I love the pops of red in it, and it definitely pairs well with the white top.
The skirt is a pencil skirt that is a tighter fit on the body, so I went with a looser top to help offset the skirt's fit. I added a pair of gold statement earrings for a little accessory.
On my feet, I have a pair of bold red shoes that tie in with the red of the skirt. This is a great way to add a pop of color to your outfit without overdoing it.
I added a small red bag with some gold details to finish the look.
3. Printed blazer
Here, I’m styling a pair of loose-fit white pants with a pink camisole top. A pair of pants like this are super chic and yet comfortable. They have a bit of a wide-leg style, and white is such a versatile color to work with.
I added the same bright pink shoes from the first look to bring another shade of pink into this look.
To layer up, I threw on a blazer. I am a big fan of blazers because I think you can style them in so many different ways. This blazer here has a subtle floral print in a nice pastel color.
For the bag, I added a small pearl bucket bag that has an all-pearl detail to it.
4. Dressed-up denim
I love the wide bell-style sleeves because they are super fun and definitely add a nice pop to this look. This would be a great Easter outfit for an Easter egg hunt!
To accessorize, I added a white belt with a gold buckle as well as a pair of statement gold earrings. The belt and the earrings instantly dress up this look.
5. Bold monochrome
For the final look that I wanted to share with you, I’m styling a bright, bold monochromatic color. This here is for my ladies who really love color, and as I mentioned, color blocking is a big trend for this season.
These pants are in a faux leather finish, and I’ve always said that a faux leather finish instantly dresses up any look, and they definitely did that for this outfit.
The top is also a statement piece; it has big puffy sleeves in a sheer style. Because this look is already bold as it is, I kept the accessories simple with a pair of gold hoop earrings.
What to wear for Easter
There we have five different Easter Sunday outfit ideas. Whatever your personal style, and whether you want to dress casually or go for something a bit more formal, I hope that you were able to draw some inspiration from the outfits I put together.
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