Easter Style from Five Fashion Bloggers

Beauty, Fashion, Living

Holidays are great for so many reasons. There’s the excuse to celebrate, usually involving gifts or goodies of some sort. Holidays mean time with family and friends. And they provide an occasion to bring your fashion ‘A’ game. (Umm, hello cameras everywhere documenting the day for all of time?). And Easter is certainly no exception.

But if you look back at those #TBTs, chances are your frocks from Easters past are cringe-worthy. Flamboyant hats, over-the-top ruffles, bedspread floral prints, a mish-mosh of pastels, patent leather Mary Janes, and if you’re parents were really into it, satin gloves.

Sound familiar? In one word – disastrous. Nailing a look that’s perfectly suited for a friendly game of egg hunting is no simple feat. Now that we’re all grown up, the key to style success is taking those youthful pieces that are quintessentially ‘Easter’, and modernizing them.

We’ve scoped out five looks from some of our favorite bloggers that we know would receive two thumbs up from Mr. Easter Bunny himself. Let these five themes inspire you to create an outfit that we guarantee will escape future categorization as ‘what was I thinking?”

Monochromatic Pastels

tuula vintage blog

Photo: Tuula

Blogger Jessica Stein of Tuula Vintage knows that there’s no such thing as too much mint. Well, for that matter, there’s no such thing as too much of a great pastel, especially on the day that was practically made for the soft colors. Tip: Keep the pieces clean and simple. Avoid loud prints, although a ruffle here or some lace there is a-okay.

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Monochromatic Pastels

Multi Pastels

pink peonies blog

Photo: Pink Peonies

To get a satisfying fix of Easter pastels, Rachel Parcell of Pink Peonies demonstrates that two or more can be worn seamlessly together. Tip: To offset the multiple colors, opt for some neutral or white touches.

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Multi Pastels

 

White

a fashion love affair

Photo: A Fashion Love Affair

The angelic shade is ideal for a Sunday spent with the fam, but don’t be fooled.  Cara McLeay of A Fashion Love Affair proves that there’s nothing boring about white. Tip: From delicate lace to a chic cut-out, the beauty is in the details.

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White

Floral

blair eadie

Photo: Atlanta Pacific

The right floral print can make for a major spring fashion moment. And if you’re willing to take a risk on the statement piece, or in the case of Atlantic-Pacific blogger Blair Eadie, pieces, it pays off. Tip: Stick with just one print, but wear as much from head-to-toe as you desire. If you’re feeling brave, try a coordinating pant and top.

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Floral

 

Lace

gal meets glam

Photo: Gal Meets Glam

Julia Engel of Gal Meets Glam shows how to make lace – a timeless Easter staple – stand the test of time. Tip: Select pieces that say feminine rather than princess. And don’t just let your clothes get all the romantic glory. Pop lace into your outfit in a new way via shoes, a purse, a headband or jewelry.

Lace

Which of the five spring themes are you wearing? After you settle on an Easter ensemble that’s both chic and festive, reward yourself with a Peep…or two. Tweet your holiday ‘fit to @InGoodTasteMag and we’ll reshare our faves. 

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