Spring Holiday Brunch: What We’re Wearing

Hello April, you made it! Now let the Spring festivities begin! No matter your tradition or what holiday you may or may not celebrate–Easter, Passover, or just time with family and friends–Spring holiday event attire is at the top of our priority list for our clients and ourselves. This week we’re sharing just what you may catch us wearing.


Our Easter Tradition is Church and then egg hunts, a home cooked lunch and lots of time spent with family. I need something comfortable, yet fun!
Love this dress from Anthropologie and I need to pair it with a great heel or bootie that will be practical all day… and of course need my necklaces, to help draw the eye down.
Dress: Anthropologie. Bootie: Vince Camuto. Necklace: Gorjana.



I’m not sure how the happiest color has managed to feel fresh and fun as ever this season, but it may be my new fave, and this dress just speaks to me. I spend Easter morning at Church with my family, then onto brunch, so this arm slit-clad frock is the chic answer for both occasions!! I’ll pair it with white mules, plus my favorite pom pom earrings, and a high pony.

Dress: Zara. Shoes: Halogen, Nordstrom. Earrings: HoneyRoseK



We kick off our day with a low key coffee/brunch/music morning and then take it to the streets for some culture (this year we head to the Columbus Art Museum) and top off the afternoon with an ice cream indulgence. I need something easy, light and comfortable.  This skirt and top combo caught my eye.  I will pair with my favorite tennies, sunnies and coral sheer lipgloss and be good to go.
Top/Dress: J.O.A,,Shopbop. Shoes: Adidas.


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Christy Walsh

Christy graduated with a degree in fashion merchandising from Kent State University and with a master’s degree in marketing and communication from Franklin University. She worked as a visual merchandiser for Columbus-based tween brand Justice and Fortune 500 Columbus-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch before joining Wardrobe Therapy. She lives in Worthington, Ohio with her husband and two daughters.

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