Dresses are an easy choice for Easter. You pick out a floral or lace dress with a moderate neckline and hemline and call it a day. But what if you’re not a dress girl? Skirts are always a great option. But to me, skirts fall under the same category as dresses for Easter outfits. So today I wanted to talk about how to wear pants to Easter brunch.
When I went to college, I put on the freshman 15 (and then some). By the time Easter rolled around, my dresses didn’t fit me. Needing something to wear to celebrate Easter with my boyfriend’s family, I went to the mall and got a white pair of pants. You can never go wrong with a tailored white pant for Easter. It’s sophisticated, spring friendly and always in style.
Now comes to wear on top? In college, I went preppy with a pink polo shirt and pearl necklace. I was celebrating in the suburbs of Boston and my collegiate look completely fit in. These days, I prefer a more romantic or trendy top with the classic pant.
Puff sleeves are huge right now. I love how this blush top is belted so the added fabric doesn’t overwhelm my smaller frame. I kept to the blush theme with a matching bag then did a modern take of my college pearls with dainty pearl earrings.
More Easter brunch outfit ideas with pants
A jumpsuit is also a great alternative to a dress. I love Julia’s feminine button version from her Gal Meets Glam collection. The sleeve makes it great for a family affair. You could also get the look of a jumpsuit with separates, like Blair of Atlantic Pacific did in a matching floral top and pants.
More of a denim girl? Jeans can totally work for Easter brunch. Steer clear of the rips and tears and instead go for more classic denim in black or white. By adding a floral top, Ashley of the The Style Editrix instantly makes her black jeans scream Spring. If it’s chilly where you’re celebrating, layer a statement coat on top like Jen of Style Charade in gingham.
Speaking of Easter brunch, if you live in Los Angeles, I highly recommend checking out Palisades Village. We took these photos around the village (yes, they have an Easter bunny!) before dining at The Draycott. The restaurant is having a buffet Easter brunch and I highly recommend it. In addition to the food being delicious we couldn’t get over the decor. You know I have a thing for blush sofas!