No matter the temperature, the Easter holiday signals the official start to spring. In other words, it's time to break out the warm-weather pieces you've been slowly collecting since February and put together a holiday-worthy ensemble. Whether you're wearing your favorite dress for the first time in six months or taking your new spring sandals for a test drive, one thing's for sure: Your heavy winter coats and wool hats can make their seasonal pilgrimage back to your storage closet.
Fortunately, spring 2021 is all about vibrant colors. From pastel suiting and floral dresses to statement collars and textured cardigans in every hue imaginable, dressing for the occasion has never been easier. Below, shop our favourite Easter outfit ideas for the upcoming holiday.
Nothing says "spring" like pink and green. Go all out and don a pink power suit, lime green cardigan, or the options of other colours. While all things colorful are trending, pink is the it-color of the year, no doubt. The most popular shade seen on the fashion set is Bubblegum, but anything goes.
Trousers and cardigans
If you're a strict T-shirt–and-jeans person, behold your ideal Easter uniform. Trade-in your white tee for a cardigan and swap your jeans for a pair of structured trousers for a slightly festive (but still comfortable) outfit.This simple swap will give your daily outfits a new interesting twist.
Slip dresses and blazers
If you're color-averse no matter the season, stick to your personal brand and opt for saturated sage and black. A slip dress and oversize blazer is a no-fail outfit. Elegant maxi dress offers maximum versatility with its deep front-scoop neckline – match the top worn underneath to your mood. Wear all season long with simple strappy flats and add a pop of color with a statement clutch.
Vintage florals reached new heights in the Cottagecore boom of summer 2020 and it seems like they're here for spring, too. If it looks like it could be worn by a grandma, then it's on trend. This style can be seen on various dresses, blouses and even blazers.
Whether it's a dressed-up set or a comfy loungewear option, matching sets aren't going anywhere. Comfort is still key, after all. Yes, matching sets and sweatsuits can still be worn around the house, but they work for social settings, too. We enjoy amping up these pre-planned looks with a chunky pair of white boots, a blazer, layered necklaces, ora turtleneck. And, if you don't have a matching set, you can easily create a similar monochromatic vibe with pieces in the same color family.