I’m having one of those “hate everything in my closet” weeks, and wondering what in the world I’ll be wearing at my family Easter do next week. If you’re stumped on what to wear for Easter Sunday as well, check out some ideas in every price range.
On a budget:
South structured shoulder ponte dress (Very, £17) The structured shape of the neckline makes it look loads more expensive. Hurry up and grab this one whilst it’s on sale; it was even featured in Instyle.
Navy ottoman fitted dress (Love, £47.62) Keep it classy but fun in this sleeveless navy style with a flirty peplum around the waist and a back that dips down into a v-shape.
Crochet shirtdress (Topshop, £50) In bright coral or white, you can’t go wrong with a 1950s style shirtdress in a pretty crochet pattern. Add your favourite cardi or a cropped blazer if you get chilly.
Embroidered shift dress (Oasis, £65) I can’t get over the embroidered detail along the top of this gorgeous blue dress!
A bit pricier:
Colette floral dress (French Connection, £99) This one reminds me of an impressionist painting with its spring-like blue-and-green brushstroke pattern.
Zeta dress (Coast, £135) Available in mocha or bright pink, this ladylike style bears more than a passing resemblance to a certain Reiss dress worn by the Duchess of C.
Georgia dress (L.K. Bennett, £225) My personal favourite is purple, but this dress comes in loads of colours and the fitted shape is just fantastic.
DVF 1974 New Julian dress (Matches, £269) The vintage feel of this classic DVF wrap dress suits any frame and in black and white, you’re sure to have loads of accessories to match already.
Margot dress (Erdem, £1,960) I’ve been in love with this navy lace dress for ages, but alas, I don’t have an extra £2,000 laying around for it. But if you do, it’s just the perfect Easter dress, don’t you think?