12 Beautiful Easter Dresses Worthy of Easter Brunch
Best Easter Dresses
Easter is only two weeks away! Our family doesn’t usually do any big Easter celebrations, but I do love a delicious Easter brunch. Whether you’re headed to church, Easter egg hunting with kiddos, or having brunch at home (or going out) with family, it’s still fun to dress up. I always feel my best and get more excited when I get to dress up a little. Below, I’m sharing 12 beautiful Easter dresses that are worthy of Easter brunch…or whatever you have planned! 😉
There are SO many options out there for dresses right now. The dresses I’m featuring can all be worn past Easter too…to weddings, to dinner, to lunch with friends, on vacation, and some can even be dressed down for errands!
If you’re looking for more dresses for spring/summer, I shared some great wedding guest dresses here resort-ready white dresses here, and stunning maxi dresses here.
What do you have planned for Easter this year? Is there something specific we can help you find a dress for? Please let us know in the comments! We’re always happy to help you find exactly what you need!
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Versatile White Dress
I LOVE a gorgeous white dress for pretty much any occasion. But something about Easter just makes a white dress feel right! As you can see in the graphic above, I’ve broken the graphic down into white dresses, neutral dresses, and colorful dresses. This first white dress by Bardot is SO cute! It has tiny (modest) cutouts on the side, the longer midi length is perfect, and the puffed sleeves are right up my alley! It’s only $129 and it’s one of those dresses that’s so versatile you’ll wear it a ton this summer!
I recently bought this dress and love everything about it…the fabric is lightweight and breathable, the neckline is flattering, the sleeves are dramatic (but you can push them up or roll them if you want), and the gold chain detail is SO cool! The cutout is pretty small and the tiny bit of skin you’re showing is contrasted by the all-over coverage of the longer hemline and sleeves.
If you’re looking for something more casual, this Amanda Uprichard dress is perfect. I can see it with strappy heels or espadrilles for Easter and some cool sneakers for running errands or a quick lunch with friends! The corset-style waistband is also super flattering and on-trend.
This dress is cotton, which means it’s super breathable…perfect for you ladies who live in warmer climates where Easter will be hot for you (I used to live in Texas so I know how it goes!). I love the flutter sleeves and tie-back detail. With this dress, you might have a bra with a back strap thin enough, but you might have to wear pasties or the Nubra! It’s also at a great price point.
If you’ve been here a while, you know I used to stay away from print. I’m fully embracing them now but I know many of you aren’t huge fans. If you want to try a print, this neutral, subtle pattern is a great place to start!
If you live in a cooler climate where April is still pretty chilly, this faux leather Alice + Olivia midi dress is perfect for you! I just ordered it and I know it’s going to be gorgeous. The color, flattering tie waist, fabric, tiered skirt, short puff sleeves…what’s not to love?!
Kelly green is a huge color trend for spring. It’s beautiful on all skin tones. And this dress is another great option for many occasions. It has pretty ruffled sleeves, (removable) tie waist, and a unique curved hem.
I have this dress in a different color but I’m loving this blue floral print! This dress has a lot of material, but I love the way the hem is strategically placed to help create the illusion of even more shape in the dress. It’s also 100% cotton so it’s super lightweight and will keep you cool. It has a removable belt to help create a waist, blouson sleeves, pleated hem, and a v-neckline.
Another big color trend this summer is orange, which can be difficult to wear. But I love the more muted orange color of this gorgeous silk Cinq a Sept dress. The color is called “Sunset” which I love and it will definitely be easier to wear. This is a dressier option for anyone who has something fabulous going on this Easter. It’d also make a great wedding guest dress! It has draped shoulders, flattering ruching around the waist, a small cutout, and an asymmetrical hem.
Of course, I had to include a pink option! I recently bought a Misa Los Angeles dress with long sleeves, maxi hemline, and darker fall-like colors. But now I’m eying this brighter dress for summer! If you’re worried about the length, for reference, the model wearing it is 5’10” and it will be much longer on anyone shorter!
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