Bold Easter Dresses From $20-$150
When I was little, I remember my mom getting my sister and I matching Easter dresses. We always got new church shoes (usually white patent) and lacy socks. Sometimes there was a hat. When we got too old for lacy socks, my mom took us shopping for our Easter dresses so we could choose them. One year we even made our own as my mom taught us to sew. I haven't bought myself an Easter dress since I left the nest so many years ago, but this year I decided to take my three favorite girls Easter dress shopping for the first time. My oldest girl is 10, I have a newly-turned 7-year-old, and a 3-year-old. It was a rainy, cold, nasty day, but we had fun looking around for something fresh and springy. I even found something for myself!
I have rules about everything, including Easter dresses. First, as much as I love it, no black for Easter. I also stay away from red because it already gets Valentine's and Christmas. I like pink, green, blue, orange, coral, white and navy. Those colors say, "Spring!!" to me. While most Easter colors tend to be pastel, something that soft just doesn't look right on me, so I go for the bold version of those colors.
If you've been watching my outfits, you may have noticed I most often wear black, white and blue. My first impulse was to find a cobalt blue dress, but I decided to embrace the season, and I picked a completely different color! Shocking, I know. Blue is a perfectly great Easter dress choice, but I have SO. MUCH. BLUE. I'm breaking out of my comfort zone with CORAL.
Several have you have said you wish you could go shopping with me, so we are going Easter dress shopping today. I have three price points and a variety of styles and colors for you to choose from. I hope you find something you like, and if you do, I hope you tell us about it!
Easter Dresses Under $30
Let's start with the screaming deal category. Have you heard of the magical weather girl dresses? Apparently all the weather girls across the nation have discovered this brand of dresses that is inexpensive, reasonably well-made, and great for television and photographs. I bought one not knowing what I had stumbled across. The knit is nice and thick, and they range in price from $20-$30! I love that they have the retro-inspired ones as well. These dresses do run small. I order up 1-2 sizes.
EastER Dresses $50-$100
Next up is our moderately priced category. I've been eyeing number seven for about a year now, but can't decide between red and blue. It comes in several colors, but this blue is the only Easter-y color. You could channel your inner Kate Middleton in several of these dresses. The white dress would be a great one to add some bold accessories to if you don't want head-to-toe color.
Easter Dresses $100-$150
I added a classic, simple, elegant navy dress to the mix in case you aren't feeling the bold color all over. You could easily wear a bold colored necklace, cardigan or shoes to brighten it up. The last two dresses are over $150, but they are currently 25% off, which puts them in this price range. I love the icy tint of dress number nine.
Do you have any Easter dress traditions? Are you getting a new Easter dress this year? Which one of these is your favorite? Did you have fun shopping with me today?
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