As Lenten season comes to a close, students across the country are heading home to celebrate the joys of Easter over the long weekend. Along with egg dyeing and church service, Easter is celebrated over Sunday brunch. There is not a meal I look forward to more because who doesn’t love the combo of breakfast and lunch. This Easter, don’t rely on Peter Cottontail for fashion advice, but rather look to this week’s Fashionista for some tips on what to wear for brunch.
Donning a beautiful cream dress, this Fashionista embodies the spring air that surrounds her. Her sweet dress is intricately designed with a floral overlay and is the definition of Sunday best. For a splash of color, she adds a mellow yellow blazer, which correlates fabulously with her floral pumps. Speaking of her pumps, these Ted Baker patterned heels are all the rage of the spring season. Simply stated accessories speak for themselves, especially with this look.
One of my favorite Easter family traditions is dyeing eggs, partly because I adore the pretty pastels of the Easter season. So when Easter rolls around, I take every advantage possible to incorporate pastels. This spring, I advise you to do the same. The classic spring pastel style advice may seem cliché, but there is a reason why it reappears year after year. Add a piece of pastel, like this sweater, with white pants or a white dress, similar to this Fashionista.
One Simple Change: If your Easter plans involve spending the holiday with his family rather than your own, swap out your blazer for a denim jacket and pumps for a pair of flats, and you’re ready to meet the parents!