Melania Trump, left, and stepdaughter Tiffany Trump, right, wore matching white dresses and pink heels on Easter. Tiffany and Melania Trump were pretty much twinning for Easter at Mar-a-Lago on Sunday, whether it was intended or not. Both White House women wore white fit-and-flare dresses with statement pink pumps.
We've curated three lovely outfits for you to wear on Easter Sunday. From bowtie dresses to mint green shorts and baby blue skirts — let your Easter hunt start right here.
This week, our Instagram influencers across America submitted their #OOTD for Yahoo Style’s Sunday Brunch Challenge. It’s that time of year: The flowers are blooming and brunch season is in full swing. Whether it’s a casual brunch with friends or a more formal Easter Sunday celebration with family, these Instagram influencers have you covered. Watch and tell us which outfit you like best. What occasion would you like to see our influencers try for their #OOTD challenge? Comment below!
Traditionally, florals and pastels are the go-to for Easter Sunday wear, but we’re all about taking the road less traveled and trying something new. So, whether you’re brunching with your best friends or hitting the road to visit family, here are three unexpectedly cool outfits to try this Sunday.
Don't go for a French manicure or pale pink nails this spring. Rather, try out one of these unique nail art designs Yahoo Beauty found on Instagram.
You should know by now that our editor's will use any excuse to show you a quirky accessory, and Easter is the perfect occasion! Whether you take Easter very seriously or, to you, it just means a three day weekend, you can do it in style these awesome bunny themed items.
What?s cuter than a model wearing a white cotton dress in a field of grass? A model wearing a white cotton dress in a field of grass?while holding a lamb! Furry creatures?fluffy rabbits and darling ducklings, ferocious felines and baby goats?regularly pop up in fashion glossies alongside in demand models and actresses. Cara Delevingne, a self-proclaimed animal lover, appeared in British Vogue last year holding two pink Pomeranians to match her blush Lanvin ensemble; Amanda Seyfried upped the ante for Elle in 2011, accessorizing her Isabel Marant lace dress with a cat, lamb, and rabbit; and Bruce Weber shot Gigi Hadid and Andrea Dianconu on the beach with a family of golden retrievers for Vogue?s April 2015 issue.
Whether they’re dyed, painted, plastic or—best-case scenario—chocolate, every good Easter celebration includes Easter eggs. Here, seven fun facts about the decorative eggs we love to hide.
Nutritionist Amy Shapiro, who is also a mother to three young boys, shares her tips for building a healthier Easter basket for your children.
Nothing says the holidays like a gorgeous, lacquered ham at the center of your Easter table. And nothing could be easier. Here are three suggestions for a gorgeous ham glaze.
Don’t let those leftover Easter eggs go to waste. Instead, chop them up for a Middle Eastern salad, toss with pasta, or get downright devilish with pickled chiles.
Candy company Mondelēz International only sells Cadbury Créme Eggs from January through Easter, but its factories fill chocolate shells with gooey cream 364 days a year. It’s the only way to ensure 350 million eggcellent candies are ready for their plastic-grass-lined baskets.
In the Greek Orthodox Easter tradition, it’s not ham that occupies the center of the table, nor is it rabbit: It’s lamb, often spit-roasted whole in someone’s backyard as the family gathers over the course of the day.
We’re suggesting you serve the Easter bunny this year. Those ubiquitous eggs? Spin them into a dish you’ve only seen on restaurant menus. You’ll have taken Easter’s trappings and turned them into a basket of delightful surprises. And there’s still room for pastels and Peeps on the table (as there should be!).
Don’t be afraid! If you can boil water, you can make these eye-popping eggs — and if you start now, they’ll be ready in time for Easter dinner.
Melissa Roberts Photo credit: Getty Images/Maren Caruso INGREDIENTS Dough: * 2/3 cup whole milk * 5 tablespoons sugar, divided * 1 3/4 teaspoons active dry yeast (from one 1/4-ounce envelope) * 2 large eggs, room temperature * 2 3/4 cups unbleached all-purpose flour * 1 teaspoon kosher salt * 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut into 1-inch pieces, room temperature, plus 1/2 tablespoon, melted Topping: * 1 3/4 cups chopped pecanst(about 8 ounces) * 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter * 3/4 cup (packed) dark brown sugar * 3/4 cup heavy cream * 1/3 cup honey * 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt * 1/4 teaspoon finely grated orange zest (optional) SEE MORE: 8 Ways to Use Leftover Easter Eggs Buns: * 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, room temperature * 1/2 cup (packed) dark brown sugar * 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon * 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg * 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt * All-purpose flour (for dusting) * 1 large egg * Coarse sea salt (such as Maldon) PREPARATION Dough: Heat milk in a small saucepan over medium heat or in a microwave until an instant-read thermometer registers 110°–115°. Transfer milk to a 2-cup measuring cup; stir in 1 Tbsp. sugar. Sprinkle yeast over milk and whisk to blend. Let sit until yeast is foamy, about 5 minutes.