7 Tips for Coordinating Your Family's Easter Outfits

I can hardly believe that Easter is less than two weeks away! I've been busy shopping around for our
Family Easter outfits. Every year we try to match each other for Easter and we get a lot of compliments.







We've been coordinating our Easter outfits since the kids were little. But it's gotten increasingly hard now that my children are grown and out of the house. We've also traded our frilly dresses, slacks, and ties for a more casual everyday look.


Whether you're into traditional Easter clothes like suits and Easter dresses a more casual clothing, I've got a few tips to help you look good at all of your Easter activities.



7 Tips for Coordinating Your Family's Easter Outfits



1. Every year I pick a theme. One year it was turquoise, another year it was orange and denim. Last year we went with the Pantone colors of the year - light pink and light blue. This year... well that will be a surprise.


2. Choose a color or style every has or will like. Want to dress up for Easter? Make sure everyone agrees.




3. Try to think of what you already own. When I chose white and dark blue denim family Easter outfits I knew that was something we all had in our closets.


4. Don't want to spend a ton of money? Update your blouse or shirt only. No need to keep buying new suits and dresses if you will only wear them once. This will help you save money on Easter clothes.


5. If you're into more traditional Easter outfits pick something like pastel colors and coordinate that way.


6. Match the boys and girls separately. Find a cute Easter dress in several sizes. Do the same for the boys.


7. If matching Easter outfits is too hard of a sell, decide who will match. Because I now have grown kids, it's harder to get everyone on board. This year it will probably be just me and my girls.




Remember, don't be so rigid. In the past, we matched to a tee. No variations of a color whatsoever.




Sometimes you get an individual that wants to go rouge. (I won't mention any names). Just save yourself the headache and go with the flow.





Do you and your family dress up for Easter?


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17 comments

  1. Everybody is glowing in those pictures. The baby is so cute. We dress up for church for Easter, but we don't go all in like that. You have such a beautiful family. Thanks for sharing these tips with us.

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  2. Beautiful family! These are great tips for coordinating any family photos and I like that you kept it budget friendly. Thanks for sharing Stacie!

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  3. It is really cute that you coordinate your Easter outfits. I wish we did that, but my husband would insist it is corny. It makes for cute pictures and a nice family tradition.

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  4. I love the coordinating outfits, I often try to do my family the same way. My children are young so its easy now, but I know it will be more challenging as they get older

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  5. Beautiful family. I prefer to be more comfy look over dressing up, but my mom would probably get me. lol These are great tips.

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  6. Great looking family! We try to coordinate on Easter sometimes. This year I think I will be pulling an old Easter dress from the closet. The only one I really have to worry about is my son because he can't wear what he had for Easter last year.

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  7. Everyone looks so nice. I love when we set out to do a theme, makes it so much easier. Of course, I have two small grand-daughters so we are doing cutesy dresses and bows. You have a beautiful family. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. This is adorable. I needed this. My son and I are taking photos this month. Great post!

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  9. You have such a beautiful family! I can't wait to color coordinate with my family once I start one of my own. Have a great Easter!

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  10. We don't usually dress up for Easter. When we do get dressed up for weddings and such we were colors that compliment our outfits together. We always have a main color in common. Our pictures just look better that way.

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  11. I haven't really dressed up for Easter in awhile. Time is flying though that is for sure.

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  12. You always have the best Easter posts! I honestly do not celebrate the glorification of Easter Sunday best because I feel like some people only go to church on Sunday or take these type photos for social media, but I can still use these ideas for family photo coordination and future events for fun like my grandmothers 80th bday coming up!

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  13. You guys look so cute. I haven't dressed up for Easter in years. Maybe this year....

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  14. Awww....you have a beautiful family. This year, I want us to get family pictures made. Now you've got me thinking about coordinating our outfits.

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  15. Nope, those days are gone forever especially with Malik down at Bowie State University and Tayair working. Happy Good Friday and have a blessed Resurrection Sunday. #Productreviewparty

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  16. We never have a coordinated Easter look. Most of the time we don't even buy new clothes for Easter.

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  17. Beautiful family! Nope, we don't color coordinate. I buy the girls dresses of their choice, and I just put on a pretty spring dress. Mr. M just finds anything in the closet.


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