What are you wearing this Easter? I know so many people are wondering this same thing right now. When it comes to Easter fashion you can go with what’s traditional, trending, or you can make your own thing happen. In the spirit of creativity I myself, have also gone in different directions when it comes to my Easter outfit. Having options is wonderful, but sometimes the choice can be a little overwhelming. Maybe you have some ideas that you want to expand on, or maybe you’re just getting started. Either way, here’s how to nail your Easter fashion, no matter what mood you’re in.
Florals And Pastels
If you’re choosing florals and pastels, then you’ve opened the door to a thousand more options. Here’s a tip for how to do it this year. Go for a modern look. Florals and pastels are already very traditional. A bodycon midi dress with a flowy open front blazer, gives you a classic Easter look that’s on trend for 2017. You can complete the look with a fringed, big clutch purse. The fringe will give your overall look an edgy attitude.
Pastels And Elegance
Traditional Easter fashion has always been very elegant and sophisticated. Back in the day people always wore their best clothes on Easter Sunday. Today, everyone doesn’t always go the distance with the extravagance, which is cool. We all just don’t feel like it some years. If you’re in between here’s a cool way to pull it off. Try a tulle midi length tutu skirt, because the bottom is so dramatic you can pair it with a basic top. The trick is to still keep the pastels in mind. You can complete the look with a jeweled statement necklace, and embroidered clutch.
Going the non-traditional route is always an option that’s on the table. The world won’t end, just because your outfit isn’t filled with color and vibrancy. If your attitude still exudes that vibe, then that’s all that matters. Here’s an idea for a laidback Easter outfit. Try a striped shirt, because that can be your fashion statement for the day. A classic black and white one gets the job done in a simplistic way. Try pairing the look with distressed jeans and an open front blazer vest.
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