Easter is a fun holiday! It’s a great time to be outside, and maybe even host an Easter egg hunt for your friends or family. It’s also an important religious holiday, so it’s good to dress appropriately for that. Some people celebrate Easter by going to church with their families, and others celebrate by being outside playing sports. Either way, you can incorporate spring colors into your wardrobe. That means bright colors like pink, green, yellow and blue are appropriate to wear on Easter because they represent the end of winter and the start of spring.
What To Wear For Easter Outdoors
If you’re planning on attending an Easter egg hunt, then you should start your outfit with a base of comfortable shoes and socks. The shoes need to be able to handle grass or sand in case the egg hunt is held on a lawn or at a beach location. And since you’re likely going to be on your feet for more than an hour, comfortable shoes are key!
Next, add layers. Always remember: it’s better to have more clothing options than fewer—especially when there’s unpredictable weather involved!
Finally, have fun with your accessories and outfits! For example, if you’re planning on attending church before going out for brunch afterwards and want to bring some flair into your ensemble, consider wearing colorful socks underneath your pants or tights. After all, Easter is all about celebrating springtime and new beginnings—so what better way to celebrate than by injecting some freshness into your look?
The Easter egg hunt isn’t the only reason to be outside for Easter.
Of course, Easter and spring are synonymous. They both represent rebirth and renewal. You love flowers, too. So, the two should be a perfect match! As you plan your wardrobe for the Easter egg hunt, make sure to include some light, spring-like clothing for all of the other activities you can enjoy during Easter weekend. These include:
- eating a picnic lunch
- taking a walk
- going for a bike ride
- seeing the spring flowers
- going to the park
- going to the zoo
- going to the beach
Easter and spring go together like peanut butter and jelly, so if you’re munching on a PB&J, you should also be outside.
Having a PB&J in your hand and being indoors just feels wrong. It’s like wearing socks with sandals, or eating cereal with chopsticks; a violation of the natural order of things. The gooey, messy qualities of peanut butter and jelly insist upon spillage, often without warning. When you’re outside, you can let the crumbs fall where they may without having to worry about cleaning up after yourself.
And it’s not just peanut butter and jelly that are at their best when enjoyed outdoors: many food varieties taste best in nature: pizza (campfire-baked), grilled cheese sandwiches (made over an open flame), potato salad (can’t skip this one, folks), anything smothered in chocolate sauce (the melting point is lower outside than inside, thus making it easier to drizzle).
Yes, it’s true that there’s no guarantee what weather will be like on any given day, but the odds are way in favor of a sunny and warm Easter Day.
As it gets to be spring, the weather starts to warm up. In fact, warmer weather is a hallmark of this season! Therefore, it’s likely that Easter Day will feature sunny weather and temperatures in the 60s or 70s. Yes, it’s true that there’s no guarantee what weather will be like on any given day, but the odds are way in favor of a sunny and warm Easter Day.
Therefore, when thinking about what to wear for Easter you should assume you’ll be enjoying some sun—and dress accordingly! For men: consider wearing lighter-colored khakis along with a light-blue shirt (or maybe even just tuck your shirt into your pants because why not?). For women: consider wearing a colorful sundress with flats or wedge heels for an effortless yet stylish look. Of course, you may still want to bring along a light jacket if you’re going to be outside for prolonged periods of time—you never know what the weather will actually be like.
If you live in an area where it hasn’t been super warm yet this season or where the temperature is still cold enough to need a puffer jacket at night, go with lighter layers.
If you live in an area where it hasn’t been super warm yet this season or where the temperature is still cold enough to need a puffer jacket at night, go with lighter layers. A light sweater and a scarf will keep you from freezing but won’t make you feel suffocated or sweaty when you go indoors. If your weather is just on the verge of warmness, consider pairing a light T-shirt with your favorite jeans. For those that live in places that are truly hot for Easter, a light sweater and shorts will do just fine.
This is a great time to try out some new trends!
Easter is a perfect opportunity to break out some of the fun new items you’ve been stocking up on for spring. If you’re not sure where to start, try out one of these stylish recommendations:
- a pastel dress or skirt
- a floral dress (or skirt, top/blouse, jumpsuit, shirt or romper)
You should dress comfortably and as brightly as you want when you’re outside for Easter.
Easter is a holiday that lends itself to dressing up, especially for children, but you don’t want to overdo it. Sometimes, a spring dress or nice shirt and pants are just right. You can also wear bright colors, as long as they are appropriate for Easter.
There are so many options when it comes to dressing up for Easter! It’s important that you feel comfortable in what you’re wearing and know that it’s not going to be too hot or too cold outside. There’s no need to buy an expensive outfit either—just make sure your clothes fit well and look good on you.
The holiday is a great time to try out some new trends that you wouldn’t normally wear. Dressing comfortably is key, so avoid itchy fabrics and constricting waistbands for the day. Pastels are the traditional colors of Easter Sunday, but any bright colors will work perfectly. Wear what makes you feel happy!
You can have a lot of fun during the Easter holidays. You should enjoy the outdoors. Wear bright colors. Dress in layers. Egg hunts are fun. Have a happy Easter. Have a great day!