Spring 2016 Easter Sunday Style!

Spring 2016 Easter Sunday Style!



The air is starting to warm and blossoms are hinting at the first signs of spring. Spring is an ideal opportunity to lighten your colour palette and experiment with textures and patterns. Regardless of how you propose on celebrating the holiday, you should be picture perfect for the occasion.

I adore Easter Sunday as a fashion moment on the grounds that every fashionista is dressed to the nines in their best Spring-inspired looks. Here are my tips on how you can accomplish such a look.

Choose spring colours
Easter fashion customarily reflects the colours of the blossoming trees and blooms of spring. Choose Easter Sunday attire in pastel hues comprising of mint green, pink, cream or white, and turquoise.

Choose floral/botanical prints
This spring I’m gravitating towards vivid colours and feminine prints. The thing is, any woman – paying little mind to style and personal favourite looks – loves a gorgeous floral dress! It’s the ideal spring look and the perfect outfit for Easter Sunday! Furthermore, a botanical print jacket or cardigan allows for layering versatility while also incorporating a spring-time theme.

Choose ruffles and lace
For brunch fashion, I’m fixated on bell sleeve dresses, lace, as well as girly ruffle off-shoulder blouses with distressed white jeans. Pair your outfit with wedges or neutral sandals and one jewelled necklace to create a statement look.

Colour-blocking for the bold
To accomplish this look in its most straightforward form, look at combining distinctive pieces on the top & the bottom of your body; coats, tops and trousers or skirts and blouses, in intense contrasting shades which create a fun & fresh feel. For e.g. a crisp pair of white shorts matched back to a brightly coloured colour-block blouse is a grand slam!

Wherever your Easter celebrations take you, you will now be prepared to take it on in pristine spring style!

Happy Easter Everyone!

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