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Boho Tunic Worn Two Ways

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If you’ve been a regular reader here for any amount of time, you may have noticed that I have an affection for the boho chic style. I also really love a good floral pattern. Today’s post features not one, but two outfits that incorporate both of those things.

Amazingly for me, every item in these outfits is currently in store or online. Being the thrift store shopper that I am, my clothing items are typically good quality pieces from previous seasons. So, I’m excited to share this outfit, because if you like any of the items, you can purchase them for yourself while they’re still available!

This floral patterned tunic from Old Navy is quickly becoming a favorite item from my wardrobe. I’ve worn it several times since I bought it, and it has shown itself to be a surprisingly versatile piece. I’ve worn it dressed up for church, as well as styled more casually for everyday.

(Technically, the tunic is actually considered a dress on the Old Navy website. However, it is entirely too short for my comfort as a dress. But, it is the perfect length to wear as a tunic!)

Today, I’d like to share two different ways I’ve styled this tunic recently.

Outfit 1

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This first look is on the dressier side. It made a comfortable and pretty outfit for church on a recent Sunday. This tunic is so easy to wear, and I love the colors in the print. I’m a huge lover of all things that feature roses, so this print is right up my alley.

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Pairing the tunic with this maxi skirt really emphasizes the boho feel of the tunic. A side braid and wedge sandals enhance the fell as well. I topped off the look with a fun navy and mint straw fedora and some silver pendant earrings.

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Outfit 2

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Styling the tunic with pants gives it a much more casual vibe. I really like the longer length tunic with these boot cut jeans. A pair of lavender sandals with a pretty rose detail add a fun accent to the outfit.

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I love versatile pieces like this floral boho tunic. It’s fun to think creatively about your wardrobe and come up with lots of combinations for items in your closet, don’t you think?

Do you have an item in your wardrobe you especially enjoy styling lots of different ways? Please share in the comments—I’d love to hear about it!

What I Wore

Tunic/Dress: Old Navy
Knit Maxi Skirt: Florence Adams
Wedge Sandals: Top Moda
Fedora: Magid
Handbag: Relic
Earrings: Filigree Teardrop
Jeans: Old Navy
Lavender Flip-flops: similar

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What to Wear to a Spring or Summer Wedding

A very dear friend of ours was married last weekend, and we attended the wedding. This week’s post will highlight my wedding outfit. You’ll also get a glimpse of what some of my kiddos wore as well.

At the end of the post, you’ll find some inspiration for other wedding attire, in case you’re looking for the perfect outfit to wear to a spring or summer wedding.

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This pretty chiffon dress came from Old Navy last season. It is so light and airy, and it feels very feminine to wear. I adore the soft blue color and the watercolor effect of the pattern. This dress has a high-low hemline—it’s the only one of these I own presently. The dress is fully lined, though I wore a slip as well for modesty’s sake.

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The dress is sleeveless, so I added a flyaway cardigan for coverage and to dress up the look a bit. I got this lovely little cardigan from (where else?) ThredUp. It is light and comfortable—it makes a perfect layering piece for spring.

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I chose these sandals because they are dressy enough for an event like a wedding, but they’re still comfortable enough to wear all day. The taupe color blends beautifully with the blues in the dress and cardigan, tying the look together.

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The necklace is a fun addition which adds just a hint of sparkle to the outfit without being over the top. It is a longer length, giving a bit more interest to the otherwise simple upper portion of the dress.

Because the necklace is so detailed, I chose earrings that are a bit simpler. They enhance the necklace without completing with it.

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I just had to share a pic of my handsome little fellas. Wouldn’t you agree they look very dapper in their coordinating suits? Surprisingly, I picked these up at our local Walmart.

What I Wore

Dress: Old Navy last year (similar)
Cardigan: BCBG via ThredUp
Shoes: Rampage
Necklace: Dressing Your Truth
Earrings: (similar)
Boys’ Outfits: (similar)

Here are a few outfits that would be perfect if you’re wondering what to wear to a spring or summer wedding.

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Hopefully these ideas were helpful if you’re trying to decide what to wear to a spring or summer wedding.

 

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is approaching. Honoring the mothers in your life is a wonderful privilege of the day. If you’re looking for some Mother’s Day gift ideas, I’ve got some suggestions to get you started.

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Flowers

Flowers are one of my favorite gifts to give for Mother’s Day. I don’t know many moms who wouldn’t love to receive a beautiful bouquet of blooms in appreciation for all they do. I usually order from ProFlowers. The prices are good, service is great, and delivery is guaranteed. And then there’s the convenience factor of being able to choose and order an arrangement from my phone. When I order, I am definitely going to be doing so through my Ebates app; right now, Ebates is offering 12% cash back and several discount codes to choose from. Pretty good deal, huh? (If you’re not signed up for Ebates yet, you should be!)

Clarisonic Facial Brush

This handy little gadget would make a perfect gift. Personal care items like a Clarisonic are a great way to pamper mom with something she may not buy for herself. A Clarisonic is wonderful for enhancing a skin care regimen. Mom will certainly thank you for treating her to this one.

Spongelle Shower Gel Infused Sponge

A Spongelle bath and shower sponge is a clever little invention. It’s a bath sponge already infused with cleansing gel, making it a luxuriously practical little gift. These sponges smell amazing! They’re special enough to gift alone, or one of these would be a perfect addition to a bath-themed gift basket.

Subscription box service

A subscription box service would be a lovely gift, and one that keeps on giving. Subscribe mom for a month, a few months, or a year—it’s up to you. She’ll be impressed with your thoughtfulness. And I guarantee she’ll love getting a gift over and over again, long after Mother’s Day has ended. One subscription box I highly recommend (and the only one I personally have at the present time!) is Fab Fit Fun. There’s is a nice variety of items in each box, which comes four time a year. There are so many different types of subscription box services available, from makeup to books to food, you’re sure to find one that will appeal to you (and you’re mom).

Phone case

A pretty phone case would make a great gift for a mom with a smartphone. If you’re mom is tech savvy (mine is not), a tech related gift like this one could make her very happy.

Heart pendant necklace

This beautiful silver and rose gold heart pendant necklace would be a perfect way to express your love to your mom. It’s a gorgeous piece any lady in your life would be pleased to receive.

Perfume

If she has a signature sent, pick up a bottle of it to give to mom. If she doesn’t have a particular brand of perfume she loves, choose one for her. Lauren Perfume by Ralph Lauren or Creed Spring Flower would be a great place to start.

Floral maxi dress

If you know mom’s clothing size, why not give her a beautiful floral dress as a Mother’s Day gift? This one is a pretty, feminine style in chiffon.

Digital photo frame

Help mom preserve memories with a cool digital photo frame. Load it with photos of her family, and she’ll cherish it (and you’re thoughtfulness).

Beautiful scarf

A ladylike, beautiful scarf makes a wonderful Mother’s Day gift. A soft, flowing, feminine scarf can make her feel so special.

A good book

If your mom likes to read, a nicely bound copy of her favorite book might be a good gift idea. Or maybe you could give her a book she hasn’t read yet. As a book lover myself, I would love a gift like this from my own kids (a little hint just in case you’re reading this, kids)!

A Roomba vacuum

If you really want to splurge on a Mother’s Day gift, why not give her the luxury of not having to vacuum her house? A Roomba vacuum is a great way to make mom’s life a little easier. She’ll love the fact that she no longer has to clean her floors. Imagine the feeling of giving your mom a robot who does housework! Pretty cool, huh?

I hope this list has given you a little bit of inspiration for Mother’s Day gifts you can choose for the special ladies in your life. I know you want to make your mom feel special and appreciated this Mother’s Day. These gift ideas will certainly do that. Do you have any great Mother’s Day gift ideas to add to the list?

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Modest Fashion Friday: Navy Wrap Dress

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A wrap dress is a beautiful thing. Universally flattering, a wrap style dress is comfortable and versatile. If it’s a faux wrap (or surplice) in a nice draped fabric like a knit, it’s even better. To add modesty to a wrap dress, I always wear a cami or tee underneath it.

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This navy print dress is new to my wardrobe. I found it on (where else?) ThredUp. I love the small, subtle swirls on the print. The color is beautifully neutral. It has a narrow tie belt that makes a nice accent to the dress.

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The cami I wore with the dress is from Old Navy. I’ve had it for a long time and it has served me well in many situations. It’s great for adding a bit of extra coverage, like in this case. It’s also useful for adding an extra layer of warmth if needed.

When I first spotted these shoes (also on ThredUP), I wanted to sigh in admiration. They’re simple navy pumps, but what makes them special is the classically feminine silhouette and the fact that they are in snake skin. I’m not a huge fan of wearing animal patterns, but the snake skin pattern on these shoes is extremely subtle. It’s just enough to give some interest and texture while still looking simple and classy.

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I  kept the accessories simple with a silver chain and small cross pendant, along with drop earrings.

This outfit was easy to wear and perfectly suited to my own personal sense of style. I especially love this dress and shoes.

Do you have a wrap dress? Do you love wearing them as much as I do?

What I Wore

Dress: Boden (via ThredUp)
Shoes: Calvin Klein (via ThredUp)
Necklace: similar
Earrings: similar

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How to Create a Personal Sanctuary

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Our lives are so full and fast paced these days. Everyone is busy. We all have so much going on. We’re overworked, overstressed, and in constant need of more rest. I think many of us have forgotten the importance of stopping to refresh and renew.

That’s why we need to create a personal sanctuary.

A few moments of quiet solitude to be still with our own thoughts is extremely important to our own health and wellbeing. A daily time of quiet reflection is essential.

For as long as I can remember, spending time alone has been necessary for my own sense of balance and peace of mind. I need moments of solitude in every day to be able to ponder and process through my thoughts. I like to use the time to reflect on the past and make plans for the future.

As a Christian, it is important to me to take a few minutes each day to read and mediate on God’s Word, the Bible. The Scriptures give guidance and wisdom for daily life. They help us know the mind of our Heavenly Father. Spending time in the Bible brings clarity and purpose to my day.

Along with reading and meditating on Scripture, I also love to carve out a few minutes in every day for activities that feed my soul. Whether it’s reading a good book, working on a sewing project, gardening, taking a quiet walk, or practicing an instrument, doing something just for me is an important part of what keeps me sane as a homeschooling mother of eight children.

Karen Andreola, one of my homeschooling mentors, calls this sort of thing Mother Culture.

“When a dedicated, hard-working home teacher takes part in Mother Culture she safeguards her enthusiasm. She will be better able to cope with her responsibilities. To take part in Mother Culture is to feed herself with the Word of God, with ideas from books, nature, art, music, etc., taking care to keep growing spiritually and mentally.”

It’s not only homeschooling mothers that can benefit from taking time to feed their own souls with beautiful, life giving activities. Anyone can find peace and joy by carving out moments in each day to cultivate their own interests. So much more than just “Me Time,” this daily sanctuary helps us to develop as people and brings refreshment to our spirits.

Do you have a time and place each day devoted just to you? A quiet, peaceful place where your soul can be renewed? Do you dedicate a few moments to solitude within your own thoughts? If you’re a Christian, do you spend time reading and meditating on the Scriptures each day?

In the hustle and bustle of life, don’t forget to feed your soul. Humans were not meant to be on the go 24/7. We need times of rest and silence alternated between times of activity and busyness.

Take time to create a personal sanctuary in your life. It doesn’t have to be fancy. it doesn’t have to take long. Just a few minutes of listening to your favorite song or reading a good book can do wonders. If you love to knit, do that. If you like to paint, make time for it. Enjoy a quiet cup of tea in the afternoon. Take a relaxing bubble bath. Just do something that brings you joy and makes you feel peaceful. Do it just for you. Don’t try to find a reason to justify it. Don’t multitask while doing it. Be fully present in it, just for a few moments every day.

This practice to create a personal sanctuary will bring balance to your life in ways you may not expect. It’s a wonderful way to de-stress. It’s great for your overall health and wellbeing. And you may find that you feel happier and more fulfilled in every other area of your life.

Modest Fashion Friday: Pretty in Pink

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The blush pink trend I’m seeing in fashion right now has me very happy. Blush pink is the ultimate feminine, girly color!

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To celebrate the spring weather that has finally reached our region (for real!), I’m showing off my new favorite blush pink blouse and a pencil skirt in soft tones of floral.

This blouse came to me through ThredUp, but it’s still available through Old Navy. It’s soft and flowing and flattering on just about anyone. I love the delicateness of both the color and texture of this blouse.

I chose the skirt to wear with the blouse because it brought out the color palette perfectly. The soft blush pink of the blouse is beautifully echoed in the pink of the floral print on the skirt.

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This knee length A-line skirt is a surprisingly versatile piece. I’ve worn it dressed up, as with this outfit. I’ve also worn it with a T-shirt and sandals for a more casual look. (And it was yet another ThredUp find.)

The shoes are classic nude pumps. You may have seen them before here on the blog. They are an absolute wardrobe staple. They truly do go with almost everything in my closet.

A long string of pearls, looped and knotted, lends a classy and elegant feel to the look. The earrings I chose with this are a neutral colored drop style that blend well with the overall outfit. And the watch is a fun addition in a pretty pink that coordinates perfectly with all the blush tones in the other pieces.

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This is a perfect outfit for a sunny spring day. It has a feminine, timeless appeal that I really love.

So tell me, do you love the blush tones  as much as I do?

What I Wore

Blouse: Old Navy (via ThredUp)
Skirt: J. Jill (via ThredUp)
Shoes:Clarks
Pearls: similar
Earrings: similar
Watch: Geneva Rose Gold watch

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10 Best World War II Historical Novels

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I’m a bit of a history buff. I guess I come by it naturally; my dad had a passion for history. My brother is very knowledgeable about history as well. And it’s being passed on through the generations to my own son and to my nephews.

One era of history that particularly fascinates me and many others is World War II. The horror of that time, as well as the heroism displayed in the face of great evil, captures interest and makes us want to learn more.

From thrilling, to poignant, to romantic, to heartbreaking, there are so many novels available to the WWII history buff.

Here is a list of historical novels that will bring to life some of the events and people surrounding that time in history.

(Please be aware that these books should be read with discernment. Not all the content in all the books is easy to take in. Considering the subject matter, some of the details and incidents in many of these books may be disturbing or graphic.)

This is not a comprehensive list by any means. It’s just a few recommendations to get you started, if you’re interested. Choose a book or two (or more!) from this list and allow yourself to be immersed in this major turning point in modern history.

World War II Historical Novels

 

The Nightingale by Kristen Hannah

Two sisters make decisions and live with the consequences in this war-time story set in France.

 

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

A poignant tale that will stay with you long after you finish reading it.

 

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

If you didn’t have to read this one in school, you should read it now. It may be considered YA, but like most good books, it has value for a large range of ages.

 

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

This is an imaginative and somewhat quirky novel that gives a taste of live on the German-occupied British isle of Guernsey during the war. Oh, and it’s about people who like books.

 

Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly

Several women from different background struggle to survive a Nazi concentration camp.

 

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

A young girl finds hope and beauty in the midst of tragedy and the horror of war.

 

The Sisters of St. Croix by Diney Costeloe

A beautifully told tale of the lives of people in an occupied French village.

 

The Violin of Auschwitz by Maria Angels Anglada

This haunting story shows the strength of hope and the power of beauty in the face of atrocities.

 

Jacob Have I Loved by Katherine Patterson

This isn’t a novel about World War II per se. It is a coming-of-age story set during the war and gives a glimpse of life for families on the home front.

 

The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

Not a novel, but well written and highly recommended. Arguably the best on the list. Corrie Ten Boom tells the story of what happened to herself and her sister when her family hid several Jews in their home.

 

Go ahead, immerse yourself in the reading and learning!

Spring Skirts to Pair with Chambray

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A classic chambray shirt can pair beautifully with so many outfits. I thought I would try my own favorite chambray button down with 3 spring skirts.

Outfit 1

blush tulle skirt with chambray shirt

This outfit is fun and feminine. I’ve been seeing skirts like this one for the past couple of seasons, and the looked so pretty and girly, I just had to try one. This skirt is a bit more “fluffy” than I normally wear, but pairing it with the chambray tones down the look and keeps it from becoming too fussy.

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For the accessories, I chose peep toe heels in a neutral dark brown to ground the look. I added the floral belt, which picks up the colors in both the shirt and skirt and ties both together. A sparkly statement necklace adds just the right amount of bling.

I had so much fun putting this outfit together. Even though I don’t typically wear something like this, I enjoyed challenging myself to try something new. Maybe I’ve inspirited you to do the same!

Outfit 2

yellow floral pleated skirt

I love the slightly retro feel of this look. This time, I paired the chambray shirt with a pleated floral skirt in a pretty pastel yellow. There is a classic ‘50s quality about this outfit that I really love.

knee length pleated floral skirt with chambray shirt

A pearl necklace and earrings make the perfect accessories to bring out the vintage vibe. And these shoes! A cream colored slingback heel, these shoes are so lovely and feminine.

This classic outfit is so ladylike and pretty.

Outfit 3

linen maxi skirt

This look is a bit more casual than the others, but no less feminine. The toned down blue of the chambray blends beautifully with the tan skirt. I love the details in this linen skirt. A wide belt cinches in the waistline.

linen maxi skirt with chambray shirt

The turquoise in the necklace adds a bit of color and interest to the outfit. Beige wedge sandals complete the look.

I like the laid-back feel of this outfit.

It was a fun challenge to find different ways to style a chambray shirt with these spring skirts.

What I Wore

Chambray shirt: Merona
Tulle skirt: Lisong
Floral belt: thrifted (similar)
Brown peeptoe heels: Liz Clairborne (similar)
Statement necklace: Dressing Your Truth (similar)
Floral skirt: Choies
Slingback heels: BCBG
Pearls: (similar)
Linen skirt: Soft Surroundings (via ThredUp)
Turquoise and silver necklace: (similar)
Beige belt: (via ThredUp)
Wedge sandals: Clarks

 

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Spring Fab Fit Fun Unboxing

It’s that time again—time for another Fab Fit Fun Box!

Fab Fit Fun is a subscription box service that comes four times a year. Each season brings another box of goodies. Getting one of these boxes in the mail is so much fun. I love to dig right into it and see what kind of surprises await!

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The spring box had some interesting items included in it. I was really excited about some of them. Others didn’t catch my interest quite as much, but they may still be useful in some way.

So let’s dig right in and see what’s in the box!

Gypsy 05 Roundie

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This is a cool, hippie style beach or picnic blanket. It’s large, tie-dyed, and…well…round!

Briogeo Rosarco Milk Reparative Leave-in Conditioning Spray

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I can’t wait to try this leave-in conditioner. It looks like it will be perfect for my curly hair. The ingredients are safe and curly-girl method approved.

Milly Zip Pouch

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This water-resistant bag is perfect for travel. You can throw a wet swimsuit in it and keep it from soaking anything else in your bag.

Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion Age Defying Exfoliator

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I’ve never tried anything from the Dr. Brandt brand, but this looks like a good product to use at the end of a long winter. It claims to help “reveal radiant and renewed skin.”

Karuna Hydrating+ Face Mask

Another good product to rehydrate the skin after a long, drying winter. This is an all natural sheet mask. I’m looking forward to trying this one.

RealHer Lip Kit

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These lip products are made from natural ingredients. The kit includes a liquid lipstick, plumping lip gloss, and lip liner.

Deborah Lippmann Nail Polish Set

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The pretty blue of this polish is perfect for spring.

Luv AJ Diamond Kite Crawler Earring Set

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This 14K rose gold earring set has sparkly appeal. I’ve never worn crawler earrings before. It will be interesting to try them.

Bonus item: Nature’s Bounty Hair, Skin, & Nails Gummies

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Often, the boxes contain an extra item or two as a bonus. These vitamins are a really good quality supplement. I was close to running out of my current vitamins, so this was perfect timing!

Total retail price of the box: $374

The subscription price is only $49.99 per box!  How’s that for an amazing deal? Plus, use this link and get $10 off your first FabFitFun box!

I know you’ll love receiving a surprise box of amazing beauty, fashion, and lifestyle items each season as much as I do!

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8 Picture Perfect Easter Dresses

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Easter dresses

Easter Sunday is quickly approaching. Are you looking for the perfect dress to wear? I have a few suggestions for you!

I love the tradition of wearing new clothing for Easter. It is a very special day in the Christian calendar, and it deserves special treatment.

For our family, it is a day spent in commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a wonderful opportunity to remember, in praise and worship, the miracle of the resurrection. It is symbolic of new beginnings, of new life found in Him.

So, it is fitting to adorn ourself in new clothes.

Easter is also somewhat of a harbinger of spring. It is, in many ways, the unofficial start to the spring season. The tulips are blooming, the days are warmer, and it’s a great time to break out all our pretty spring dresses!

So here are my personal picks for the perfect Easter dresses.

classic floral dress for Easter

The RP Classic Dress in Floral Bloom from Rachel Parcell
I recently discovered this fabulous new clothing brand on Instagram and I’m blown away! So much prettiness in this little floral sheath. I’m all heart eyed over this one!

pink gingham dress

Merry Go Round Dress from Dainty Jewels
Now this is how to wear gingham! Isn’t this dress just so sweet?

Prelude to Spring Dress

Prelude to Spring Dress from Dainty Jewels
The gorgeousness of this dress makes me want to sigh. And that blue—such a beautiful color!

bell-sleeve dress for Easter

Aurora Bell-Sleeve Dress from Florence Adams
A “fancy” sleeve dress is so on-trend right now.

red nautical dress

Amelia Striped Dress from Florence Adams
This dress has a fun, nautical flare to it.

green floral wrap dress

Edith Pleated Wrap Dress from Florence Adams
I love this clothing brand. They have so many beautiful items available, not the least of which is this lovely sage green floral wrap dress, perfect for spring weather.

Floerns Women's Long Sleeve Chiffon Rose Print Spring MaxiThis flowing chiffon maxi dress is so feminine and lovely. Don’t you just love the pink roses?


Angerella Navy Belted DressSimple sophistication at its finest. Who knew Amazon was such a great source for beautiful dresses?

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