You know you have two reasons to buy new dresses when it’s Easter – first, it is considered good luck, and second, it’s good for your soul. 

Easter is a cultural feast that calls for pretty outfits, most likely pastels. After all, they are soft, romantic, and ethereal, perfect for mingling with the playful nature of the Easter egg hunt. Above all, pastel dresses are a hot trend of the spring season. With *one* in your closet, you can easily spice up your statement with innocent vibes and look as cute as a cupcake. 

Whether it is pale pink, milk caramel, velvety peach, dusty blue, lemon, lavender, or others, the “oh so beautiful” designer dresses in pastel hues sure get you in the Easter Sunday spirit. However, when it comes to real life, incorporating these Easter-egg inspired shades is often tricky; they can either wash you out or look overly sweet. 

So, to help you pull off the pastel trend with perfection this Easter Sunday, we have outlined expert tips and tricks you need. Have a glance!


There are myriads of shades on the pastel color palette, but the *one* that flatters your skin tone is best to invest in. Here are some of the best suggestions, depending on the type of skin tones:

For Fair Skin Tone

If you’re light or fair-skinned, you are most likely to have cool undertones, which means your go-to shades are also cooler tones. Lovely baby blue, candy pinks, and pastel lilacs are your BFF. They work great with light hair and eyes, giving you an eye-feasting touch. However, you should balance the light shade with bold eye makeup to avoid looking washed out.

From Light To Medium Skin Tone

Stick to light orange and soft peach if you aren’t fair but still have a pale undertone. They are the perfect spring colors to bloom your style statement to a new brilliance. In addition, you can try on light blue greens or magic mint for an extra playful appearance. 

For Medium Skin Tone

Got a medium skin tone with a warm or golden undertone? Lucky YOU! You can enjoy a wide range of pastel shades in designer dresses, starting from classy dove grey to pale yellow, orange, or mint green, as well as millennial pinks. Besides, if you want something picture-perfect, look no further than grassy greens, as they pop out the allures of medium skin tone.

For Dark Skin Tone

Yellows look incredible on dark skin tones. Since they’re a seamless contrast with dark skin, they make you look brighter. Pastel purples, aqua, and teals are great ways to create a flattering fashion statement for Easter. Above all, you should adorn fluorescent pastels for an extra hint of sizzle, especially if you have a warm skin tone. 

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Pastel shades are naturally sweet and sophisticated; overdoing with bold details and accessories can ruin your look.

Undeniably, pink dresses with extravagant lace details or pale yellow with sequin touch are all the rage on the red carpets and runways, but in reality, they are way too much for a cultural Easter look.

Instead, you should balance out by accessorizing your pastel designer gowns and dresses with neutral-colored pieces, such as a white pearl necklace, black or gray sling bag, and black heels. This way, you’ll be guided by minimalism, resulting in the royal look of your dreams. 


Consider mixing the different pastel colors if you are all into a playful fashion game. The result is – an aesthetic unicorn look that will let you cut a dash during garden brunch on Easter Sunday.

Of course, you can mix and match more than two pastel colors for a super magnificent appearance. Peep into this exclusive tie-dye two-piece ruffled Sherri Hill dress for the proof.

Note: Pastel color-blocking only works with simple dresses; too many cuts, slits, and draperies do not result in a beautiful finishing. 


Pretty prints, such as floral, stripes, and polka dots, never go out of style. In fact, when adorned in pastel shades, they lead to a subtle statement that is seamless for you to flaunt on a blossoming spring day, mainly Easter Sunday. 

At present, tie-dye and abstract prints are on the top of the fashion chart. Plus, they are quite intriguing in combination with candy-like pastel colors. So, you should definitely jump on this latest trend if you prefer a modern minimalistic look. Don’t worry; you can easily get the *one* from the collection of Sherri Hill Couture and other A-list designers. 


Yearning for an effortlessly chic look? If so, you can never go wrong with a monochrome dress in a subtle pastel shade, be it blush, mint green, baby blue, pale orange, nude, or ivory. 

The best thing about a pastel monochrome long dress or gown is that you have a choice to choose your dream silhouette from the options of a-line, sheath, mermaid, trumpet, and ball gown. Plus, you can accessorize it with statement jewelry to create interest.


While all others will be dolled up in soft and pale hues on Easter, you can stand out from the crowd by mixing your pastel with a brighter tone. This is great for an ultimately playful and vibrant style game. 

Think of mint green pants paired with a bright green top – it’s a perfect mix of light & bright that will make you a showstopper of the event.

In addition, you can also try designer two-piece dresses that include a pale skirt and a bright crop top. This sounds more effortless, isn’t it? 

Be Pretty In Pastel This Easter Sunday!

Let’s accept it: there is nothing prettier than pastel dresses for a cultural celebration in the spring season. They are naturally eye-popping and scream “elegance” when you wear one.

So, what are you waiting for? Renew your wardrobe now with a top trending pastel designer dress to celebrate Easter with panache. Also, don’t forget to browse through the collection of Sherri Hill gowns and dresses for unique styles of your choice.