Whether you're dressing for Easter's food-fueled festivities or not, there's no denying that this holiday has pastels down to a science. Take some inspiration from this colourful holiday for your ensemble—whether you're headed to brunch with the family, meeting the parents for the first time or just enjoying the long weekend.
Flowy dresses are key when enjoying the Easter feast (especially the post-meal chocolates), so what better way to wear it than with a fun pattern? This bright green shade will add a little life to your look and will help you blend in to the surrounding blooms popping up with the warmer weather. $128, Anthropologie.
Brighten up any ensemble with this watercolour scarf. The vivid hues and flirty pattern will make your weekend attire more fun and will carry you through the summer for those less-than-warm nights. Plus, you can pick it up while you're scouring the gourment treats section at your local Indigo. $45, Chapters.Indigo.ca.
Since it's well after Labour Day (not that we really follow that rule anyway), you can finally bust out those bright white pants—except this time we're adding a bit of colour and print. The soft mint green on this tropical leaf-inspired pattern instantly revamps both the coloured skinny and white jeans. Plus you can always trust Gap for a super comfy fit that will allow a little… room… once you sit down for lunch. $48, Gap.
Flats are an essential staple in any spring wardrobe, especially fun colourful ones you can pair with any outfit—from jeans, to dresses, to skirts. Since flats are such an integral part of our ensembles, if we can snag a few pairs and still stay on budget, even better. $40, Call It Spring.
Fun shades meet a funky geometric pattern. This flowy light pink top is super comfy and chic and will pair well with pretty much any bottoms you own. Bonus: with the wallet-friendly price tag you can snag this (and maybe some accessories too) and still have some cash leftover to bring some spring blooms to your future mother-in-law. $24, Forever 21.