Monday, April 10, 2017

How to Dress for Easter Brunch

Hello Friends!

Well Easter is actually around the corner now, I cannot believe we are 25% done with the year so far. Every Easter my family usually goes to mass and then to brunch, of course we eat an absurd amount of chocolate. Since Easter does not have a consistent date every year, it can be a bit of a challenge to dress for the weather. Luckily, Easter falls in what is supposed to be nice spring weather this year. Its a perfect time for some sundresses and seersucker. Here are some useful tips and tricks on how to achieve the perfect Easter brunch look.

one// Colors and Patterns
Easter is about quality family time. It is the perfect moment to break out your stunning colors and patterns. You want to look appropriate in front of relatives and friends, so pastels are a great way to go. You want to keep in mind what works with your skin tone as well. You want colors that will build your confidence and radiance. If pastel yellow makes you look washed out, opt for canary yellow. You can always pair pastels with darker shades. When looking at prints, floral is a great option. Here are some of my favorites: Here, Here, Here

two// Pick Pieces that Complement Your Figure
The trendiest thing you can wear is your confidence. I find it so helpful to be more confident when I wear something that I feel good and beautiful in. You want to try to find clothes that work best for your figure. Classic cut dresses are a great basis for your Easter brunch outfit- knee-length dresses are always a good idea. Maxi dresses inevitably add a touch of sophistication to any look. A nice floral jacket or any cardigan might be exactly what you need for a chilly day. You can look at what best fits your style. If dresses aren't your jam, but you feel confident and beautiful in a button down shirt and a nice pair of pants, go for it. Don't be afraid to think outside the box. Pick something that suits your personal style.

three// Don't forget to accessorize
Accessorizing is the last step in dressing up. You definitely want to look into the "less is more" rule of accessories. Even though incorporating statement jewelry can help you stand out from the crowd, you don't need to have all statement pieces. Make sure to look at your outfit as a whole, including accessories, so that you can see what the final product looks like. You want pieces that add to your outfit not detract. A lovely scarf or stylish earrings or cute shoes or a statement necklace. Even a nice purse can make all the difference. Simplicity is the key.

Overall just remember to stay true to yourself and personal style. Everything else will just fall into place and you will look radiant and feel amazing. You'll come up with a flawless outfit and spend quality time with your family and friends. I have a couple of favorite dresses like this one and this one.

What are you wearing this Easter?