6 Celeb-Inspired Easter Outfits That’ll Have All Eyes On You From Misa To Brunch
Need style inspiration for your Easter Sunday outfit? We got you. Look fabulous in your family photos with fashion inspired by Jessica Alba. She’s dresses pretty damn cute, after all.
Ballgown Skirt + Sweater = Love
Ok, zoom in on J.Alb in this pic. So cute, right? If it’s still chilly in your neck of the woods, just pair a knit, crewneck sweater with a pastel-colored ballgown skirt. This look is classic and church-appropriate without sacrificing style.
Dainty Dress + A Power Shoe
Again, everyone in this pic is cute, but let’s just focus on our girl Jessica. A body-skimming lace (or, in this case, sort of lace-adjacent) dress allows you to be cute and kinda sexy while still looking sweet enough for Easter. Show your bold side with accent colors. Just LOOK at Jessica’s hot pink shoes.
Crop Top + VOLUME
Yellow is such an underrated color. This pastel, Easter-egg yellow shade is fun and festive. Pair a cute, voluminous skirt in this color with a more fitted crop top. Just throw on a fitted blazer, cardigan or jean jacket for a look that’ll take you from misa to brunch without a hitch.
Prints + Solid
A skirt in a fun print can dress up any occasion! Let your skirt take center stage with a more muted, solid-colored top. Add interest with a cute collar. Don’t forget to accessorize, too. In this case, a glitzy necklace looks great tucked under a peter pan collar.
Knotted Top + Tube Dress
Afraid to wear a tube dress or spaghetti straps to church? Add a button-up shirt and tie it at the waist. Ta-da! A perfect spring outfit.
Don’t ever let your personal style take a backseat, even on a religious holiday. Love polka-dot socks? Dark nails? Pair more daring accessories with a neutral, unfussy outfit, and it’ll work – especially if you toss in seasonally-appropriate pastels as an accent. (In this case, the blossoms in Jessica’s hair.)
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