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Oh, Easter— the one time of year my mom still makes me and my brothers solve surprisingly difficult Biblical riddles in order to find food. Not only is it one of the most important holidays of the year for me, it’s such a special and memorable time with family and friends, who are all dressed uniformly in pastels. From Easter egg hunts to mimosa bars to moving sermons at church, I can’t help but feel peaceful, hopeful, and blessed on this very weekend.
Church is mandatory on Easter, so I like to wear something that’s a little fancier (ie longer) than my other sundresses. I chose this incredibly flattering Calvin Klein sleeveless popover sheath dress this year. It’s seriously the most gorgeous shade a pink! Because it’s so bright, though, I paired it with nude accessories and my favorite canvas clutch. I actually found this on the sale rack at TJ Maxx, and it’s been one of my most memorable discounted finds yet! Head to the bottom of this post for full Calvin Klein easter dress outfit details!
Seriously, how gorgeous is the back detail on this dress? So stylish and classic at the same time!
Click to Shop: Coral Calvin Klein Easter Dress: Calvin Klein (similar style linked here) | Shoes: BCBGeneration | Clutch: Vineyard Vines (Out of Stock), Similar Here | Sunglasses: Amazon | Bracelets: Lilly & Ivory | Earrings: Kendra Scott (No Longer Available), Similar Here
Thanks so much for reading, y’all! I hope everyone gets to enjoy this blessed holiday with their loves ones! What are you planning on wearing?
As always, please let me know if you have any questions about this Easter outfit (size, quality, fit, etc) or any of my others. I love hearing from you guys, and I’m happy to help! Also, for more Easter outfit inspiration, check out two of my favorite pastel Lilly Pulitzer looks here and here.
“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” Matthew 28:6