What To Wear on Easter {Starring ModCloth}

Whether you spend Easter at church with your family, brunching with friends, or binge-eating Cadbury eggs alone (me),we all have one thing in common — adorable pastel outfits. I recently got a request to write up a post about cute looks for Easter Sunday and I was happy to get right on it. When I thought about the perfect dresses for this holiday, I immediately thought of ModCloth. Sure enough, I found countless frocks on their website, finally narrowing it down to five. Therefore, this post is centered mostly around the these pretty pieces, with the addition of bright accessories, cutout shoes (which I LOVE for spring), and big sunnies. So no matter what you’re doing tomorrow, I’ve got your outfit covered.

Brunch with Gals
This colorful look is dressy enough for Easter brunch among the post-church crowd — who will stare at you if you look homeless,  I know from experience — yet still very casual. I paired this kaleidoscope-esque dress with a jean jacket to dress it down a bit, then finished the outfit off with these amazing cutout flats, classic wayfarers, and pale lavender nails. For a good pop of color, I picked a simple clutch with a neon stripe and some drop earrings to match.

Going to Church
This sweet outfit is ideal for church on Easter Sunday with the fam. I chose this lilac seersucker number with yellow piping because the colors just scream Easter. Throw on these nude & metallic wedges, raffia clutch, gold chain watch, colorful cluster studs, mint nail lacquer and you’re good to go! I just love the pairing of pastels + metallics — and what better day to rock that combo than Easter?

Easter Egg Hunt
Whether you’re hunting Easter eggs with your 3 year-old cousin or your sorority sisters at a philanthropy event, this outfit works. This sunny, versatile maxi with gold-dotted ivory & peach-hued chevron stripes is bound to brighten even the cloudiest Easter Sunday. I paired this frock with a pastel mint crossbody bag and cutout sandals, then topped off the look with tortoiseshell sunnies, a statement necklace, an adorable bee ring, and coral lips.

Spending the Day with Visiting FamilyEaster4
Since I’m not the most avid church-goer, my family usually just visits for Easter lunch, shopping, hanging out, etc. For this look, I chose this jade green dress with white lace cap sleeves then paired it with leopard print sandals and a bee clutch (I’m really into bees right now). As for accessories, I chose oversized sunglasses, some fun studs, knuckle rings, and pastel pink nail polish.

“I’m Not Celebrating Easter, I Just Want Something Cute to Wear on Sunday”
Probably the edgiest of all five looks (yet still perfectly springtime), this outfit is for you little rebels not celebrating Easter and doing your own thing. I chose a pretty purple laser-cut dress and paired it with these cutout booties that I NEED IMMEDIATELY and a fun fringe crossbody bag. To finish off the look, I went with mirrored aviators, gold wishbone studs, and a tiered ring. As always, don’t forget your topknot!

Where to find:
blue dress   jean jacket   cutout flats   oversized wayfarers   foldover clutch   drop earrings   nail lacquer

lilac dress   metallic wedges   woven clutch   chain watch   cluster studs   nail lacquer

yellow maxi   cutout sandals   mint crossbody   oversized sunglasses   statement necklace   bee ring   coral lipstick

green dress   leopard sandals   bee clutch   oversized sunglasses   stud earrings   knuckle ring   nail lacquer

purple dress   cutout booties   fringe crossbody   mirror aviators   wishbone studs   tiered ring   nail lacquer

Which outfit is your favorite? Comment below!

Happy Easter everyone!

4 thoughts on “What To Wear on Easter {Starring ModCloth}

  1. YES. Thank you thank you! My fav is the Brunch w/ Gals outfit. I’ll see what I can throw together from your inspiration 🙂 happy easter!

  2. Love your blog! It was so fun meeting you and Will at the Alley last night :)) I’ll swap nutrition advice for fashion tips anytime! Happy Easter!

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