5 Last-Minute Easter Outfits to Shop Before You See the Family

Lookin' at you too, Passover.

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Let’s be honest—your family probably couldn't care less about what you wear to see them (aside from Aunt Jean, who sticks her nose into everyone's business), but that doesn’t mean you can’t use upcoming holidays like Easter (and Passover!) as an excuse to add a few pieces to your spring wardrobe. Floral and maxi dresses were brought out of hibernation the second the snow melted, so snag yourself something even newer with these five effortless outfits you'll want to live in all year.

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Design by Bridget Burns
Casual Cool

Behold: an understated floral skirt that will stand out during the Easter egg hunt. Pair it with a cropped white tee like this versatile Hanes x Karla one, seen on celebs like Karlie Kloss, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Kaia Gerber. Shop the pieces ahead.

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Hanes x Karla t-shirt, $48

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Melanie Auld necklace, $90

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Rixo London skirt, $300

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Eileen Fisher wedges, $198

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The Utilitarian

If you're celebrating the holiday in warmer temps, skip the jumpsuit and opt for this ($30!) romper instead. The utilitarian style will take you from day to night, which means you've got yourself a brunch and dinner-approved outfit in one. Plus, a whole lot more space in your suitcase.

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H&M; jumpsuit, $30

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Kate Spade bracelet, $45

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Madewell mules, $148

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Floral Dream

Introducing springtime in kimono form. Throw on the extra layer for a more conservative style without looking like you just came from the office. For brunch after church, go from traditional to effortless cool sans kimono with this simple jersey T-shirt dress and sequined crossbody.

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Alice + Olivia kimono, $495

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T by Alexander Wang dress, $95

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Diana von Furstenberg crossbody, $248

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Weatherproof Wonder

Is it really a family occasion if you don’t have at least one cousin passive-aggressively asking you why you paid for those holes in your jeans? Avoid the frustration and choose these high-rise straight legs instead. Let us not forget about April showers, which is why we've paired these weatherproof Hunter boots with this perfect jeans and wrap-top combo.

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Madewell blouse, $88

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Free People bracelet, $128

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Alexander Wang jeans, $265

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Hunter boots, $185

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Tied Up

It's not summer yet, but we can pretend it is with this versatile dream I call the striped button-down maxi. It's suitable should the weather report read springtime breezes or warm sunshine and has just the right hint of "family-friendly" without sacrificing style. Add a pair of white sneakers and you're the coolest gal in the room.

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Equipment dress, $191

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Cuyana bag, $115

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Adidas sneakers, $90

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