5 Ways To Dress For Easter Sunday Brunch

There’s no better time to welcome your Spring wardrobe into the mix than on Easter Sunday brunch. Sure, pastel colours, bared arms and open toe shoes come to mind. So whether you’re heading out to church first thing in the morning, an Easter hunt in the park or attending a BBQ party, look delightful.

With the weather getting warmer, Easter Sunday weekend is looking to be a bright day to look forward to and you’re most probably wondering what to wear on this special occasion.

Life & Style reveal the cutest Sunday dressy outfits to have you looking your very best.


1. Sundresses In Colour

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You can’t go wrong with a pretty sun dress. It’s the ideal and most classic look for this day. With so many options to choose from in the new spring collection, you can be blooming in a floral print dress that will stand out beautifully on a sunny day.

Some sundresses can give off the appearance of a beach dress that may be too see-through. A solid colour or a patterned print will draw attention away and add a subtle peek.

Simply accessorise it with jewellery and block heels. Or if you prefer to you could wear a dress that’s long and flowy, but keep the shade one tone to make room for some colourful accessories.


2. Little Lace Dress


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Also known as the little white dress, they are a subtle touch to any Easter Sunday outfit. You’ll be sure to turn heads in this adorable dress. It’s appropriate for family functions and still flirty and fun.

Pair it with cork wedges and add a pop of colour in the accessories department with a handy clutch bag and draw attention to your pretty hairdo by pinning a bow or some flowers that will look perfect for a garden party. 


3. Stand Out Jumpsuits



If sun dresses aren’t your thing and you’re worried it might get chilly, not to worry you can still look good without having to show too much skin. A low back cut out jumpsuit is an alternative and will do just right for this occasion.

Just like a dress, a jumpsuit takes very little effort to style and all you will need is accessories, a pretty scarf to wrap around you, keep your heels high and you’re good to go.


4. Bottoms & Top


You can go for something casual if you think you’ll be getting involved in the egg hunt. Think Audrey Hepburn style with dusty coloured chinos with a pretty silk or chiffon blouse tucked underneath, paired with flats.



Your pretty dress might make you feel a little restricted when you’re having fun outdoors, but something bright like a pair of flowy pants will do the trick. You’re sure to be very comfortable and speedy in this look and maintain a touch of elegance. Dress it up with a cute clutch bag and comfy wedges to make a statement.


5. Two Piece Mix


If you feel like mixing it up you can go for a trendy two-piece skirt and crop top set. This style is a favourite spring trend and cute enough to be worn in the summer and taken on holidays.


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You don’t have to coordinate as colour blocking is a key style so you can play around with your tops and skirts until you’re happy with the look you want. Add a statement necklace and a pair of nude block heels and you’re ready to be an Easter brunch trendsetter.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Remember Easter is about spending time with family, packed with fun activities and a day to binge on lots of chocolate eggs. It’s also a time to dress up or treat yourself to something new from the spring collection. Head over to George to get inspiration for your Sunday brunch look.