Easter Styles for Kids

One of the best things about the Easter holidays is dressing up the kids!  I love that they are still small enough that I can put them in cute little outfits without complaint.  Easter has to be my favorite holiday to dress them up.

Unlike some of the other holidays, they get to spend all day in their adorable outfits.  From church, to hunting for eggs to our big family dinner, they get to hang out in their stylish duds all day.  Are you looking for some fun Easter styles for kids?  Here are some of my tips for getting the kids dressed up for the big day!

Kids Easter Clothes Ideas - Pastels are a sure win
  • Pastels – I think pastels are fun for girls and boys!  If you have one vibrant piece of clothing, then tone down another.  For example, try a pastel gingham button down for your boy and pair it with basic khakis.  Its just the right pop of color and so festive too!
  • Layers – Its sometimes hard to tell if Easter will be warm or cool, so dress the kiddos in a few light layers.  I love a little peplum sweater for the girls and the boys can wear an adorable button up vest.
  • Accessories – Again, Easter accessories are perfect for girls and boys!  Go dapper with a bow tie for the guys.  And make an outfit extra girly with a big hair bow.  Or try a hat!  If you have a girl and boy – match their accessories for added cuteness!
  • Shoes – Easter is time to break out the fancy shoes!  Mary Janes are my favorite for the girls and who can resist little oxfords for the boys?  The best part is that the shoes can be neutral and worn year round!
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Whatever your children’s Easter style, make sure they have fun with it!  It’s an extra special day so be sure they feel extra special in their Easter outfit.  Whether that’s a Texas sized hair or a vest that matches dad, its all about the Easter style!
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Kelley is a food blogger, photography, licensed Texas REALTOR and most importantly - mom to two rambunctious kiddos. She blogs at thegrantlife.com and shares easy recipes along with stories of her days as a work at home mom.

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