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  • Writer's pictureKristen W.

Easter Outfits - At All Price Points!

I don't know about you, but Easter was a big event in my family. We would start the day with church, we would then have an Easter egg hunt at my grandparents house and the finale would be a big family dinner. Each year I loved going shopping with my Mom and my Grandmother to find the perfect dress, typically it was poofy and in a pretty pastel color with a lot of ruffles. To this day, I still look for the perfect outfit for Easter church service or Easter Brunch. This year I am on the hunt for the perfect Easter Brunch outfit, as I have not found a church in Atlanta. I went to some off my favorite stores and found some amazing looks! I have hit all price points, so you should definitely find what you are looking for! You will be able to shop each outfit under the group of pictures, just click on the image and you will be routed directly to the item!

Here we go...

Under $50

Welcome to my favorite price point! I have found some super cute items that I believe you will love! The first four looks are all from Loft and to be completely honest, outfits 1-3 are not originally under $50, but they are currently on sale for $49.50. The jumpsuit runs small in my opinion, so I would definitely size up, but it is the cutest. I am obsessed with the black and white romper, but this might not be the best for church, but it would be super cute for brunch or an Easter egg hunt. The dress in outfit three is a t-shirt swing dress with a bit of a puffy sleeve. For me, I would stick with my normal size, but if you would like a tighter fit, then I would size down. The fourth look are two separate pieces, but individually they are under the $50 threshold. I would stay true to size in the top and I would size down in the pants. Outfit five is a super cute dress from Old Navy, it is under $30 and comes in one other color. The last look is a maxi dress from the Universal Thread line at Target and it is also under $30! These are great pics, you would not be disappointed with any of them!

Under $100

I don't have as many picks in this category, but these dresses are so cute! The first dress is from Nordstrom and is made by Lulu's and is $78. It is a racerback and is full lace with a lining, which is the same color. I would stay with your normal size, as there is a little stretch to the dress. The second and third dress are from Loft and they are currently part of promo, which would put both of these under $50! The second dress is the prettiest color of yellow and I would definitely size down. The dress is $89.50, but is currently $49.50. The third dress is part of Loft's Earth Month and it is $79.50, but with the current promo, you can snag this dress for $49.50. I would stay with your normal size as it is meant to be loose.

Under $200

Some of my favorite pieces are in this section! All of these are online and in store at Nordstrom, so if you have one close to you, you will be able to buy online and pick up in store. The first dress is from Bardot and is completely out of my comfort zone, but I'm obsessed with it. The dress comes in several different colors and is $148. The second dress is one of my favorites and the bow detail on the straps is just the icing on the cake. It is made by 1901 and is $129.00, but on the website they have it for half off, and I would stay with your normal size. The third dress was not my fave, but it is super cute. The lace is a light blue/lavender with a nude attached slip and you would need to wear a strapless bra, since there is all lace across the shoulders. It is $178 and I would try to size up for it to lay right. The fourth dress I was not sure about, because it is hard to get all of the layers to where they need to be, but it is gorgeous. It is $158 and I would stay with your normal size. Now, let's talk about this jumpsuit! It's made by J. Crew and is absolutely amazing! It is a high neck with a bow in the back and I would stay with your normal size. The price on the jumpsuit is $148. Last, but not least is this gorgeous maxi dress from Eliza J. They did not have it in the store, but I fell in love with it online and felt it needed to be included. I read through the comments online and it runs true to size, but it does run long. If I was to order this dress, I would probably order the petite just to make sure the length wasn't too long. This maxi dress is $168.

Under $300

I would typically not be shopping in this price point, but these dresses are too good to not share. The first two dresses are by Ted Baker and this is my first time trying on anything from this designer. The sizes are not normal sizes, but they are a 0-5, a 0 is equivalent to a US size 2 and a 5 is a US size 12. Their dresses run true to size, so I would get the number that would correlate with your normal US size. The floral print on the first dress is perfect for Spring and if you know me, you know I love the bows on the sides of dress two. Both dresses are $278 at Nordstrom. The third dress I shared recently on Instagram, but it's too pretty to not share on here. The dress is from Anthropologie and the floral print and tiers are just gorgeous.I would stay with your normal size and it also comes in plus sizes. The dress is $240 in both the regular and plus sizes.

I thought about including one more price point, but I don't want to fall in love with an outfit that is completely out of my price range. All of these would be amazing options for your Easter plans, but they would also transition into your everyday wardrobe. If you have any questions about sizes or fits, definitely reach out and I will share that information with you!

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