With Easter right around the corner, it’s time to break out your Sunday best. But finding easter dresses for women can oftentimes be daunting with the Easter holiday season ushering in a number of options. But to make shopping as fun as an egg hunt, we’ve curated a selection of easter dresses for women based on four spring trends to help you choose the perfect Easter fit. From fresh floral patterns and prints to the pretty pastels and Slim Aarons-inspired frocks, there’s a dress that speaks to every spring style aesthetic. Read ahead to see our Easter and spring dress picks.
The Floral Dress
Gone are the days of matronly floral frocks. These of-the-moment options can easily take you from religious services to a leisurely afternoon brunch with family and friends. With these picturesque prints of colorful blooms across flattering silhouettes, you’ll stand out amongst the crowd.
The Little White Dress
If you’re someone who likes to wait for Easter to wear white, now is the time. Save the classic little black dress for another occasion and opt for a crisp white dress to help celebrate the holiday and usher in spring. No matter your Easter Sunday plans, these snowy shades exude elegance.
The Slim Aarons-Inspired
Through his photography, Slim Aarons immortalized the carefree aesthetic of high society in the ‘60s and ‘70s. From women lounging poolside in Palm Springs to competing in a game of limbo, Aarons’s subjects were often captured wearing bold colors and vibrant prints. These colorful dresses will make you feel as if you’ve stepped into one of his photographs.
Pretty in Pastels
When it comes to Easter dresses for women, pastel colors are always the way to go. Hues like baby pink, sherbet orange, buttery yellow, mint green, sky blue, and lilac make for whimsical options. These soft shades work in an
y scenario, adding a subtle pop of color to Easter egg hunts or just strolling in the park.
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