Maria Dimou, Sophomore
As you know, Easter is (already!?!?!) upon us.
I was excited, but then they took away our day-off on Thursday... then Monday... and now we only have Friday off. Yay? Instead of having five days of Netflix-binging and procrastinating, I have three. I don’t know about you, but I have the feeling that I may end up having a severe headache on Monday that doesn’t allow me to show up to school.
My procrastination is so deeply routed that it often carries over to planning my ensembles. Holidays are no exception. To counteract the habitual, "I have nothing to wear!" meltdown that always ensues without fail, I put a few outfits together to ease the stress that Bunny brings. Hopefully, this will help you construct your Easter outfit as well, no matter your plans-- I'm all about sharing.
A white flowy dress from Cotton On with a pink flowery statement necklace from White House Black Market. I would pair it with my nude heels (if I’m in the mood for it; if I end up being lazy--nude flats).
Hey who says you can’t be a little edgy on Easter? Well... probably my grandmother. But that's beside the point. So, in this outfit I am wearing a flowy dress from Brandy Melville and a leather jacket from Abercrombie and Fitch. I would probably wear it with my grey Vans or some booties.
This look is perfect for when you’re just too lazy to dress up-- simply a skirt and a blouse. I’m pairing a skirt from Brandy Melville with a simple, gray top from Hollister which I "borrowed" from a friend. I know what you’re thinking: skirt=dressing up=super uncomfy!!! But no, I'm about to share with you guys one of the biggest secrets of the fashion world: skirts and dresses are the MOST comfortable raiments a girl can put on her back, or rather, legs. For shoes, I’d wear my Vans.
This is the outfit to wear when you want to look older and blend in with all your 21-year-old cousins and not look like you’re twelve. Story of my life. So I chose a jumpsuit that I am absolutely in love with from Abercrombie and Fitch. I paired it with a blue-gray bralette from Victoria’s Secret, since the jumpsuit is a bit open in the back. Then, to give it a more professional flair, I added black heels. I'm short, so the elongating nature of the jumpsuit really makes me happy. Oh, just a little side note: this will most likely (95% positive) be the outfit I wear on Easter.
I hope that this helped you out and inspired you for your Easter outfits. And if you don’t celebrate Easter, then happy Sunday and Netflix binging!