I love dressing my boys up for Easter. For us, Easter is one of the most special holidays, so I usually like their outfits to be church-dressy…in spring time classics. I also like them to be coordinating, but not all wearing the same outfit. A similar tie or shirt is good enough for me.
This year the color scheme ended up being pinks and blues. Last year I did pink and gray, which caused a bit of fussing among the older boys. But this year I had no problem getting them to wear pink. I guess they are growing up and trusting mama’s fashion style. Here are their rockin’ Boys Easter Outfits:
Vann (2 years old) – Is wearing a navy striped tie and tan nomad slip-ons from the Children’s Place. The Khaki shorts with pink & navy belt and the Pink gingham button-up shirt are hand-me-downs from older brother. Both Gap brand.
Kyle (7 years old) – Is wearing a pink and blue plaid button-up shirt, vest, pink & navy bow tie, and tan nomad slip-ons from the Children’s Place. The no-wrinkle tan pants he already owned, and are from the Gap.
Jack (10 years old) – Is wearing a blue button-up shirt, and pink & navy tie from the Children’s Place. I found his gray suede chukka boots at Target, Cherokee brand. The no-wrinkle tan pants he already owned, and are from the Gap.
As you can see, I was able to mix-and-match some new items with some items that we already owned. This is a great way to save money, but still keep the look trendy and fun.
What do you like to dress your boys in for Easter? Are you dressy like me, or more on the casual side?