Hello everyone! Happy Easter! Easter Sunday is one of the most fashionable dates out of the year because women all over the country are dawning their favourite spring church outfits. Finding the right thing to wear can be quite daunting and for me, it can be especially tricky!
After deliberating it for a while, I decided to wear the same Easter outfit I wore last year and change up the accessories. I wore the same Petite Sophisticate jacket and dress but I upped the glam this time around and paired it with my favourite Manolo’s and a vintage straw hat.
I really don’t believe there’s a single thing wrong with rewearing an outfit. Especially if it’s one you really really love. I loved this outfit so much that I decided it needed to see the light of day again. Strangely enough, I didn’t wear this dress another time this year- other than Easter. Maybe it will be my designated brunch dress for the next couple of years!
A lot of women are very concerned about modesty at church. While I am probably the most accepting person when it comes to baring cleavage and legs, I do try to keep a little bit more modest while in church. You may be wondering why then, I’m wearing a dress with a sweetheart neckline that shows off some cleavage. Well, I found that I could button up the jacket with it and that it would be completely church appropriate. After church the jacket can stay or come off and the Easter brunch festivities can begin!
Easter is such a special time in my life not only because I’m Catholic (although it’s a really big reason!) but because it brings me a sense of peace. Many of you know that I am in an interfaith relationship with my fiancé Brendan and how that must work during big holidays such as Easter. Simply- we celebrate both, and maintain our individual faith. Bren is coming with me to church for Easter Mass at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on 5th Avenue. With all the scary things going on in the world, I think it’s okay to go and have a day to pray, find joy in your loved ones, and cherish the life we have.
Happy Easter to you and yours