Easter Dresses

Seraphine Blue Dot Dress

Easter is such a hard holiday to dress for. It’s technically springtime, but always ends up being freezing on the day of. Fingers crossed that this year is the exception. For the last few years, I’ve actually worn pants, but I’m so ready for dress weather, that I thought this cute dress would be more fun. I love the way it hugs my belly so you can really see it pop, but still gives me definition in my waist. I also got this striped pink shirt from the same brand, and it moonlights as a nursing top with buttons on the shoulders for easy access once the baby arrives.

This year, we’re taking it easy and my sister is coming up with her pup to celebrate with just the three of us. Usually we drive to spend the day with family in Rhode Island, but I need a break from travel, and I’m excited to have a low key holiday, baking my grandmother’s famous Easter cookies, and relaxing. I rounded up some of my favorite options for regular and maternity Easter dresses below. Enjoy!

Non-Maternity Easter Dresses

This long gingham dress is so drool-worthy, and it breaks my heart that I can’t fit into it (trust me, I tried). Please someone wear it for me! I love this long-sleeved floral lace shift that comes in blush, white, and light turquoise.

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Maternity Easter Dresses

For you mamas-to-be out there, you have options too, I promise!

This long sleeved floral dress also comes in an ikat print and is only $65. How cute is pop of pink at the bottom of this simple navy dress? For $78, it’s a great price for the quality too. I actually have this off-shoulder ankle-length dress in the polka dot pattern, but I also love it in hibiscus. If you’re a hot pink fan like I am, you’ll love this cold-shoulder number.

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Seraphine Dress c/o / BaubleBar Pearl Necklace / Pink Pumps / White Blazer

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  • Taylor Cannon

    Love all of those dress picks! And you look absolutely wonderful in that Seraphine Dress!
    Taylor | http://www.livingtaylored.com

  • Alyssa Thomas

    Love this post! I also love that you’re sharing both maternity and non-maternity options. I’m not pregnant, but I have a lot of friends who are, and it’s fun to be able to pass along your picks to them. Loving your content lately…and always!

    • Oh yay! So glad you’re liking the mix. I’m trying to cater to as many people as possible 🙂

  • Ashley Vickney

    Thanks for sharing non-maternity dresses! Have fun with Easter, this is my first one away from my family and I’m hoping to start some of our own traditions!

    • Of course! I know not everyone is looking to cover a bump 🙂 I feel you on starting new traditions. It’s kind of exciting, right?

  • Such a cute dress! Loving your maternity style! I’m coveting that blush color bell sleeve dress from Nordstrom. It’s the perfect early spring piece.

    Taffeta & Tulips

  • What a cute dress, love your style!

  • Elizabeth

    Such a cute maternity dress! Did you find the sizing ran true to your pre-pregnancy size?

    • Thanks! Yes, I’m wearing a 4 here which is what I wore pre-pregnancy. Most maternity clothes seem to be fitting true to size which is so nice.

  • Michelle S.

    Random question but what store are you standing in front of? That floral dress in the window behind you is SUPER cute!

  • Christy Nemi

    Good to know on that gingham J Crew dress. I was going to order it large for Easter and what will be an 18 week bump (which is probably about his big as yours since it’s #2) I have seen it on so many other bloggers and wanted it so bad. Boo hoo