Whether you’re headed to a sunrise service or going to a posh family brunch, Easter is a great opportunity to embrace your preppier side and officially break into your spring wardrobe. From crop tops to flowy pastels, there’s a lot of room to play around with your Easter look—here’s some inspiration that you can shop right now.
We have all the heart-eyes emojis for this crop top set by Kate Spade. Pair it with a bangle made by Ballston local retailer Fornash and a simple pair of pumps, and you’re good to go.
Madison Ave. Collection Stripe Lysa Skirt ($648) at Kate Spade, Madison Ave. Collection Stripe Lummi Top ($398) at Kate Spade, Louise et Cie Esperance Pump ($118) at Nordstrom, Enamel Bamboo bangle ($20) at Fornash.
Easter is the perfect holiday to go crazy with the pastels, and this mint Ted Baker dress, paired with pink crossbody, fits the bill.
For something floor length, try out this Rebecca Taylor maxi dress. It’s perfect for a breezy stroll around the tidal basin with any out-of-towners who want to see the cherry blossoms first-hand.
Tiered Flowerpress Print Maxi Dress ($650) at Rebecca Taylor, Vince Camuto Open Tow T Strap Sandals ($98) at Bloomingdale’s, Gigi Pebble Grain Uber Clutch ($190) at Tuckernuck, Vera clip-on earrings in Bloom ($118) at Loren Hope.
Check On It
When else can you get away with yellow checks and embroidered flowers? It may resemble a 1950s tablecloth, but we think it’s pretty sweet, especially when paired with this bold Kate Spade clutch.
Limited edition flower check shell top ($150) and organza check floral skirt ($180) at Topshop, Ivanka Trump Pointed Toe D’Orsay Flats ($135) at Bloomingdale’s, Lily Avenue Kiki clutch ($228) at Kate Spade.
Dress up this relic from your grandmother’s closet with a pair of trendy ear cuffs and some bright pumps for a vintage-with-a-twist look.