With the arrival of Spring, comes the Easter bank holiday. Beginning with Good Friday, Friday 2 April to Easter Monday, 5 April, Easter bank holiday gifts many of us with a long awaited weekend 4 day weekend.
With the weather looking brighter, and daylight stretching longer each day, here are ten of the best inspo outfits to be a standout in your group of six!
Shirts under sweatshirts still stand successful long term trend. Zara have disrupted the classic look with a deconstructed contrast shirt. Paired with this H&M ribbed skirt and blue bag from Monki this co-ordinated tonal look is perfect for the transitional weather.
Styled with Nike blazers to complete the look, yet any white chunky trainer will work just as well!
Sticking with the blue theme, this shirt channels smart casual and is a great choice for your Easter plans, whatever they might be. Remaining optimistic about the weather in the UK, pair this outfit with some Zara denim shorts. Styled with the on-trend Mom shorts, matching perfectly with the coloured shades in the shirt. Add a silver necklace and a Dad trainer and this Hailey Bieber-like look is complete!
New Balance are the definitive choice when it comes to dad trainers. You should definitely invest in these versatile trainers!
For a dressier option, Mango’s gingham check dress at £29.99 with matching similar tones to the cute paired Mango bag. Shoes in the form of these blocky heels from NA-KD, embodies the city inspired look and can work for any occasion. This light shaded crossbody bag is only £19.99 and has the tones to match many of your already owned outfits, so it’s definitely worth investing in this staple piece.
In the case that the weather is not quite what we all dream of for a bank holiday, this crochet crop top from ZARA with a lilac cardigan from Monki, one of H&M’s sister brands, allows you to add layers, whilst not taking away from the unique crop top. H&M jeans and some Espadrille trainers keep this look’s spring feel.
Create a high fashion look on a budget with these bright pink trousers, reminiscent of the Spring 2020 Jacquemus collection and this orange knit crop top. ASOS provides gold jewellery with this bracelet and ring. Slingback heels from ASOS in white add to the Spring feel of this look.
Co-ords are here to stay (thankfully) and this adorable top and skirt in classic Spring floral print with Missguided heels, creates a stunning Easter bank holiday option. Missguided also have a wide jewellery range and this necklace is a great option for this outfit with a butterfly pendant sitting well with the floral print.
Blue tones are everywhere this season, a smocked-bodice dress in light turquoise allows for layering with a denim jacket if it gets colder. You can’t go wrong with a shopper bag and as someone who personally always carries a phone or random items that could have fit into a bag (if mini shoulder bags weren’t being used religiously), this bag would is the perfect missing piece.
If you aren’t ready to switch to bright spring shades, muted tones are still a solid option. Ribbed dresses return for another warmer season and in mint green, this H&M dress is a transitional season colour. Collared over-shirts are another transitional season staple, they are just a perfect extra as the weather gets warmer. Midi length dresses can be paired with chunky trainers, or platform shoes to elevate the look.
Taking muted tones to extremes, this look is perfect if you prefer subtle shades. The lavender crop top is from H&M as are the wide leg trousers. Accessorise with this shoulder bag, another H&M buy, and a bucket hat. This light purple shade ties the two colours in this together for a cohesive final look.
Lastly, bold prints were featured in numerous for Spring 2021, Versace being the leader of this with their distinctive collection loved on social media. Embrace this trend with this skirt which honours the florals in spring tradition and weekday cropped t-shirt. Finally, use a shoulder bag to finalise the look!
Enjoy your Easter weekend!