Arrange New Outfits For Easter Week, Because You Deserve It!

Easter is beginning to approach our lives, and a festive atmosphere is already in the air to celebrate this occasion. While wearing and re-wearing is still our motto, it wouldn’t hurt to gift yourself in this beautiful tradition. New clothing represents a new start, and it could be the perfect time to clean out your closet, too. If you're celebrating the holiday weekend, adding a spring outfit to your collection would be impeccable as most of it are trans-seasonal fits.

Collecting eggs, praying with family, hanging out with buddies – what are your plans for this year? Whatever it is, choosing what to wear during Easter for a memorable, elegant look is one of the most exciting aspects of the spring festivities. Check out our super fresh recommendations according to the timeline for a flattering holiday look!

 

Episode One: Church Sundays

The sacred meeting with God – church is the place to feel the purest while expressing gratitude over every little thing in life. You’d meet friends, family, and even strangers that came with the same aim. So, we’d like to recommend you to utilize polite yet alluring outfits.

 

Outfit recommendation: Kai Set in Brown and Maya Tied Midi Skirt

 

 

Episode Two: Family Gathering

This is typically the scenario where playtimes are held followed by bonding with your long lost cousins. We recommend you make the most out of this stage, because cleanliness and tidiness shows that you’re really invested in the occasion.

 

Outfit recommendation: Alba Top and Alba Pants

 

 

Episode Three: Dinner With Friends

Last but not least, we have the dinner phase. You could even call it a mini party with less caution and more of the fun! Catching up with your buddies in a casual environment calls for a daring and open fit for you to feel confident in.

Outfit recommendation: Lara Skirt in Nude

 

That is all for today’s pick. But, don’t worry, tons of other options are also laid in our home page. May His blessing shower your days, and Happy Easter!