Glamazon Guide: What To Wear On Easter Sunday

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Happy Easter! What are your Easter plans? For me, Easter has always been a day to reflect on my blessings and give praise for all the sacrifices that Jesus has made. And while fashion shouldn’t be the main focus, dressing up to honor this special day has been a lifelong tradition for me.

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve loved Sunday dressing. I vividly remember watching my mother get dressed to the nines for church. She’d wear crisp tailored suits, ladylike dresses, wide-brimmed hats, gloves and patent leather pumps, and I wanted to dress just like her.

Now that I’m older, I still get excited about sneaking into her room on Easter Sunday and watching her pull together a flawless look.

If you’re celebrating Easter Sunday, what are you planning to wear? Check out a few swoon-worthy looks for inspiration below:

Need some glamspiration? Get into these 3 Easter outfit ideas:

1. Pastel Everything


Pretty pastels are a big trend for Spring. Pair a mint green skater dress with pastel accessories for a soft, feminine look. Keep your makeup subtle for a classic touch.

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2. A Floral Frock


Make a lasting impression with a bold floral dress. A pearl necklace and red lip will keep the look simple while adding a touch of glamour.

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3. A Polka Dot Skirt


If you want to rock separates while still making a statement, opt for a polka dot skirt paired with a detailed white blouse. Throw on a veiled hat and embellished heels for a dressy feel.

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What are you planning to wear this Easter Sunday? What are some of your favorite Easter memories? Let me know in the comments!

Keeping It Fashionable,

Glamazon Briea

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