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 2020 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 favorite 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, and simple white headband.
Musier Paris Caroline Cardigan ($101)
Staud Madden Blazer ($275)
Jennifer Behr Sascha Headband in Hammered Silk ($298)
If you're a strict T-shirt–and-jeans person, behold your ideal Easter uniform. Trade in your white tee for a lilac cardigan and swap your jeans for a pair of structured trousers for a slightly festive (but still comfortable) outfit.
& Other Stories Wool Cardigan in Lilac ($119)
Roland Mouret Lacerta Stretch-Crepe Slim-Leg Pants ($725)
Mejuri Croissant Dôme Hoops ($65)
Despite Miranda Priestly's infamous quip in The Devil Wears Prada, florals for spring will never go out of style—especially for Easter. Keep it simple and throw on your favorite floral dress and heels.
Rixo Sylvie Midi Slip Dress ($400)
Jeffrey Campbell Fluxx Sandals ($130)
By FAR Mini Top Handle Bag ($562)
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.
Mango Double Buttoned Modal Blazer ($120)
L'Agence Jodie Silk-Satin Midi Dress ($495)
Bottega Veneta The Pouch Small ($1390)
If you're dealing with 40-degree temperatures on Easter Sunday, dresses and sandals may be out of the question (East Coasters know this predicament all too well). Opt for tonal trousers, a collared button-down, and a white shag coat to keep warm.
Pixie Market Jaime Grey Trousers ($139)
Pixie Market Richie Crop White Shirt ($84)
Blank NYC Cropped Faux-Fur Jacket ($98)
If there's ever an occasion for pastel power-suiting, it's Easter. Top the look off with white boots and a striped sweater for a perfect festive look.
Paul Smith Tailored Blazer ($595)
Paul Smith Slim Crop Trousers ($350)
Ganni Western Boots ($475)
If your holiday gathering is casual enough for jeans, style your favorite pair with the fashion girl micro-trend of the season: statement collars.
Ganni Ruffle-Trimmed Cotton-Poplin Blouse ($160)
Sandy Liang Post Floral-Appliquéd Knitted Cardigan ($425)
Agolde Pinch Waist Cropped Distressed High-Rise Flared Jeans ($180)
If Easter is a dressier affair for you and your family, opt for an ethereal midi dress, classic structured blazer, and close-toed mules.
Violeta Double-Breasted Structured Blazer ($130)
Self-Portrait Floral Embellished Midi Dress ($485)
The Row Coco Suede and Moire Mules ($795)
Easter calls for pastels-on-pastels, no matter what your holiday plans. Pair light blue and pastel pink with pointed closed-toe mules.
Madewell Raglan Oversized Jean Jacket ($142)
Re/Done Classic Tee ($78)
Mango Pleated Midi Skirt ($69.99)
If you have a hoop skirt hanging in your closet, it's time to break it out. Pair the retro look with classic slingback pumps and a light patterned jacket for a look that screams "spring!"
Alice + Olivia Athena Satin Midi Skirt ($265)
Staud Gita Sandals ($325)
Cinq à Sept Tous Les Jours Boucle Khloe Blazer ($495)
This article originally appeared on Who What Wear
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