For most of our readers, it feels like April Fools Day came early this year. Snow, snow, go away!  We’re ready for Spring festivities to 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.

1.Zara Polka Dot Linen Top | 2. TopShop Cotton Twill Midi Skirt | 3. Helena Sandal  | BaubleBar Ora Hoop Earrings  4.  | 5 . Puma Heart Glitter Sneaker

Our family celebrates the Easter Holiday with all of my family heading to church together and then with a Easter Egg Hunt and brunch with our loved ones. My outfit has to move from early morning to late afternoon.. so I love an outfit that is not only comfortable… but stylish too. (Remember, shoe changes are easy!!)


Pea in the Pod Nightgown | 2. Natori Robe

In my opinion, Easter Brunch is the MOST chic. From the top of your headpiece, fascinator, or hat to the bottom of your open-toe sandals, slides, or pumps, it often marks the beginning of Spring fashion and newness. While I love to get dressed up and join my family in the festivities and yumminess, this year I’ll (most likely!!) be skipping that celebration to enjoy something even yummier 🙂 I’m looking forward to snuggling my new little one, and plan to do so in the coziest of fashion…without sacrificing the chicness of course! I love the soft blush hue in this lace nightgown, while adding a pop of bolder color with the floral silk robe. Monochromatic with a hint of print.



1. Anthropologie Cleary Dress | 2. Sam Edelman Hazel Pump | 3. BaubleBar Mariette Fringe Drop Earrings | 4. Cult Gaia Ark Bag | 5. Ray-Ban The Ja-Jo Round Sunglasses

I’m a southern gal, so finding that perfect Easter dress is always a high priority for my Easter Sunday look! Rather than just selecting any dress, I always like to opt for something that is extra bright and cheery. This pretty and comfortable dress from Anthropologie is perfect for church followed by some sort of brunch buffet! To make this look extra bright, I’ll be layering in purple hues and of course a structural handbag for a little texture and shape variation.


Spring consulting, personal shopping and outfitting is here! To learn more about our Personal Shopping, Wardrobe Consulting, and Outfitting Services, visit us here:  https://www.wardrobetherapyllc.com

Candace Read

Candace graduated with a degree in Dance from Valdosta State University and a masters in Luxury and Fashion Management from Savannah College of Art and Design. Candace’s recent endeavors include working with New York City Ballet, Kandice Pelletier Swimwear and Sherri Hill Designs. In addition to styling clients, Candace has curated a style blog, www.candacemread.com, which has opened the door to her being recognized as a top style influencer in Ohio's capital city of Columbus. Candace lives in Columbus with her husband Jason.

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