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10 Perfect Outfit Ideas to Bring Back Sunday Best

Channel the sweet exuberance of the season in these relaxed looks.
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Easter has always been a symbol of new beginnings, and what better way to celebrate the occasion than in the freshest takes on spring fashion. Be it a soiree with friends and family, a peaceful time attending service, or a much-deserved weekend getaway, it’s the perfect season to whip out the prettiest pieces in your closet, and also an excuse to go shop for fab new threads. Craft looks that are both carefree but sophisticated for a masterful take on modern glamour.

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Eyelet Everything

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Breathe new life into your weekend looks with this season’s prettiest trend, broderie anglaise. In classic white or more colorful incarnations, it’s got all the romance of lace but with a fun daywear slant. An eyelet top adds a dose of girly innocence to summer denim, while a dress of ‘English embroidery’ is the ultimate in ladylike chic. No wonder we can’t quite get enough of it!

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Garden Party

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Channel the verdant vibe of nature in spring clad in botanical beauties cut in sophisticated silhouettes. Be it dainty numbers reminiscent of the British countryside, painterly blooms good enough to hang, or tropical foliage that harken to paradise, there’s a floral for everyone.

White Magic

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A little white dress is to summer dressing, as the LBD is to cocktail parties. There’s nothing quite as chic or as versatile, or as easy breezy especially when temperatures hit the high 30s. In crisp and cottony renditions, it’s perfect for a picnic or a day out at sea, while it’s frillier versions would surely be perfect for brunch. Finish it off with earthy accents for an eclectic spin, or feminine accessories for a swank uptown vibe.

Preppy Gingham

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Preppy style has always had a special place in our hearts, and this season we’re loving all the feminine takes on gingham. Less country and more glam, this nostalgic pattern gets a good dose of fashion in trendy shapes that are truly party ready. Give the original French girl Brigitte Bardot a run for her money in a fit and flare dress of this unassuming yet oh-so-pretty print.

Wrapped Up

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Rendered with a vintage spin in delicate prints, or given modernist expression in a solid statement color, we’re currently crushing over fresh new takes on the classic wrap dress. Altogether languid, yet polished and womanly, it’s easy to look instantly dressed up in the right wrap.

Statement Sleeves

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It seems that fashion has developed quite a fixation for puff sleeves, with it popping up all over both the digital and real worlds. But instead of the bold architecture of decades past, this season’s take on volume comes by way of delicate gathers and breathable fabrications. It’s an easy way to incorporate something au courant yet easygoing into your roster of Sunday’s best looks, with the added benefit of it exuding a very youthful vibe.

Pleats Please

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What’s not to love about the billowy feel of pleats, its undulating waves expanding and contracting with the wearer’s every strut. With its subtle peaks, it can hide a multitude of sins, skimming the figure with panache and flair. Paired with anything from a satin cami to a crisp button-down, a pleated skirt instantly spiffs up one’s look. It’s also quite lovely in a dress, and is sure to turn heads at your next soiree.

Haute Hues

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Color me happy in sorbet hues sweet enough to eat, or punchy primaries eager to banish all the blahs away. Elongate your figure in a chic monotone ensemble, or highlight and camouflage certain areas with strategic color blocks. There’s a whole rainbow of colors to play with, and if you don’t want to go full-on, then a bright bag or accessory is sure to do just the trick.

Romantic Blouse

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Evoke ladylike charm in a dreamy blouse rendered in luxe, feminine fabrics. It lends a saccharine vibe to jeans, giving you that much coveted high-low feel. And with Easter being quite a busy day, it’s a look that will take you from breakfast with the family to high tea with your girls, with even some errands in between.

Ballerina Beauty

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Blame Carrie Bradshaw and her iconic tutu for our persistent fascination with this ballerina-inspired number. Sheer, frothy layers make this any girly girl’s dream come true, and modern styling makes it totally daytime appropriate. Opt for a skirt with moderate fullness and pair it with a very casual top, like a tee or a button-down. As a plus, you’re sure to be a hit among all the little girls at your next family reunion.

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