For some, Easter may mean nothingmore than a couple of extra lie-ins. But for others, it’s the perfectexcuse to update your everyday wardrobe ready to impress family and friends –because at the end of the day, who wouldn’t want to do that?
Whether you’replanning on spending the extra days offlounging around on the sofa or are making the most of it by travelling or socialising,we’ve got something for everyone.
If you’re takingthe plunge andexploring somewherenew, do it in style. Being spontaneous and planning a break without much structure? Pack neutral basics that’ll work in any environment. Always throw a few shirts in there for good measure,and never forget how important your footwear is. It goes without saying that checking theweather is also an essential part of making the right style choices.
If you’re after nothing more than a few days spent indoors,make sure you’re at least looking your best whilst doing it.Choose nightwear that’ll stilllook acceptable the next day, and go for hemmed-in joggersand a sweater or hoodie in a different tone for when youdo decide to venture out. Top it all off with an all-important trainer and an on-trend striped tee and you’re good to go.
Whether Easter Sunday lunch is arelaxed or more formal affair for your family, there are always certain sartorial factors to consider.First off, make sure that you’ve invested in at least a couple of new items since you’re last family lunch – you don’t want anyone to pick upon the fact that you only own one smart shirt. Accessories can make or break an outfit, so a new footwear purchase or even a smart belt can make all the difference.
Easter is a goodexcuse to dress up for lunch, dinner or even a church service. You’ve got the opportunity, so why not raise the bar. We’d always favour a suit, but if that’s a little much, try a sharp blazer and tapered trousers paired with trainers –if the occasion is appropriate. Bring some zest to your outfit by adding a pop of colour or pattern in your shirt.