In hopes of keeping a normal mindset and routine, we have to keep the faith and live like things are going to get back to normal soon.
With that being said, just like every year during this time, everyone is running around (Use your imagination with me) trying to find the perfect outfit to wear on Easter Sunday!
If you’re in need of some inspiration for this Easter, you’re reading the right blog. We may only be dressing up to have church in our homes and take pictures outside, but it’ll still be worth it.
If you’re having a hard time deciding on a color, as a point of reference, Pantone’s Color of the Year is Classic Blue. Start off with a classic blue and see where that leads you.
Now, these outfits I created offer different color combinations, clothing styles, and climate options.
Take a look, be inspired and allow your mind to create your own colorful and fun outfit for this Easter!
Monochromatic means containing or only using one color. I decided to do all pink because I realized this is the first time I’ve had something pink in each piece of apparel. The pink skirt from Forever 21 definitely set the precedence for this all pink look.
Casual & Cute Easter!
In appreciation for modern churches, Easter doesn’t always mean stockings, big hats or three piece suits. Dress cute and comfortably by pairing together your favorite jeans with a classic touch of pearls.
There is no better time to rock an all-white look than the commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus! If you’re still undecided on what color to wear, all white is a perfect option for you.
There you have it.
Three different outfits of inspiration for you to take and make your own. As you rock your final outfit Easter Sunday, remember, no matter what color or outfit choice you decide on, the big picture of it all is what Easter represents.
Be sure to check out my new page, www.instagram.com/_thepalettegirl/ for everyday outfit ideas and hashtag #pginspired when you recreate a look!