Easter Ensembles For Everyone.

Even if you do not celebrate Easter, April 5th is the joyous time of coming into spring and out of winter. I created some beautiful ensembles that can be worn by anyone looking for some outfit inspiration.


Ensemble no. 1: The Traditional
The pastel cardigan, flats, purse, and mint hat are traditional little girl Easter, but details like the studs on the Valentino Rockstud Ballet Flats and the contrasting black and white of the graphic linear print on the sweater toughen the classics up. Instead of going with a skirt, I gave the look a twist with some little gingham shorts. Their black and white is reflected in the cardigan and in the windowpane iPhone case. The round sunglasses and purse feel retro, with some porcelain bunny earrings reflecting the cream purse. I added a little nude lip by Fresh and a clear polish for a glossy nail finish. Some blush and a little hint of pink brighten the look up and make it officially spring-worthy.


Ensemble no. 2: The Free Spirit
This look is for the free spirited party-goer roadtripping cross country to visit everyone for spring. I chose a show stopping black for the fringed maxi because it’s so unexpected, but this can be changed to a light camel suede. I chose the No. 21 pullover for the chic party images depicted on its front, just the thing for this party girl. An interesting bunny scarf for when it’s colder, and a warm golden bracelet cozy up the look for home. You can choose between this pompom-topped, knit camel beanie or an oversized festival-ready flower crown with some printed Jane Tran bobby pins. Beautiful floral accessories (the Anthropologie phone case and lady-like Dior handbag) balance each other out. The natural brown leather sandals are easy, fresh, and not at all fussy. A swipe of mascara and some beautiful bright teal nail polish are great anyplace, anytime.


Ensemble no. 3: The Eclectic Hostess
This one’s for our hostesses, as eclectic as they are. The faded denim dress is right on trend and is handy with three pockets. Plus, any spilled food will look fine on this dress as it will still wear and age well. The different variations of the blue denim sheath are reflected in the pale LVX nail lacquer and Rebecca Minkoff tote. The updated classic camel sweater is chic with its rolled down turtleneck. The white Doc Martens look clean and polished and remind me of downy snow from the past winter. The golden round frames will look great in all the pictures you’ll snap with your vintage camera iPhone case. The Bobby pin tin allows you to tuck back your hair before putting on the Forever 21 straw bucket hat that matches the sweater. The Chanel videotape purse is a cute alternative to the tote if you have nothing to carry (especially if you’re the lucky Easter hostess) and if you don’t want to be too matchy matchy to your polish. With some raspberry floral earrings and a cream bouquet of flowers, we feel just the right amount of spring. Some golden balloon animal-esque decorations and a little bunny nightlight are great home decorations for the party.

Hope you guys got inspired by my outfits and see my angle towards different Easter celebrators.
Have fun tomorrow and have a great spring (even though you’ll be hearing from me several, several, several times before summer)!  😉


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