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Apr 15, 2014

How to Pull Off Pastels for Easter Brunch

With Easter less then a week away, it’s time to start thinking about the Spring outfit that will shine this Sunday. Take a cue from some of our favorite bloggers on how to incorporate pretty pastels! Whether you want to bring out the baby blues in a flirty frock or are  just looking to add the pastel punch, we have inspiration for you. Peek through these looks and find one to copy for whatever your weekend entails!

Easter celebrations are a great excuse to awaken your Spring wardrobe and be a little fancier than normal! It’s also an excuse to be pretty in pink with a matching ruffled blouse and skirt like Caitlin wore, from A Little Dash of Darling, or with a maxi like Emily Maynard’s!

For a more casual backyard family get together, a pastel sweater or striped tee paired with pale pants, like Amy of Dallas Wardrobe put together, can be just as fun! It’s the perfect option for hiding (ahem.. maybe snagging) those candy filled Easter eggs!

If your Easter brunch is a more reserved affair, perhaps lacking the Easter bunny, check out The Classy Cubicle’s of-the-moment orchid button up blouse and peach skirt and sweater pairing, or steal Damsel in Dior’s perfect peacoat! For a warm weather option, we are totally loving Lemon Stripes‘ tailored shorts and pink blazer (and can we have her sherbert bag?!).

But if you’re in the mood for that special Easter dress, embrace the day with a cute floral number like Chassity’s from Look Linger Love or a patterned piece like Molly’s from A Piece of Toast. Or why not be bold in a striped halter number like Kelly Golightly!

 

And if you already have your look on lock add just a pop of pastel with a clutch or some fun heels like Kacee from Life with Lipstick On did with her mint strappy beauties!

What we’ve learned is nothing pairs better than Easter and pastels, or brunches and fashion statements!

 

 

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