Outfits to Host in This Easter

School's out for Easter. Prepare for a long-weekend filled with sugar-crazed kids, chocolate for breakfast, treasure hunts in the garden (weather dependent) and good old-fashioned family time. You've managed to secure the Easter eggs on offer with your Clubcard (well done, you) and all that’s left to sort out is your outfit. Luckily, we have something for every day of the long weekend. Whether you're hosting a girls' drinks on Friday or Saturday's big family BBQ, read on for all your Easter outfit inspo...


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Friday: Girls' Drinks


Yes, Easter weekend is traditionally reserved for family time but that doesn't mean you can't squeeze in some girl time. The easiest way? Hosting a girls' night at home. It's just as much fun and it avoids all the back and forth in the group chat over which bar to go to – win, win. Even though you're staying in, make sure to dress up for the occasion in your favourite go-to outfit: jeans and a nice top. Opt for a frilly pastel blouse (it's spring, after all) and the denim fit of the season (aka, the relaxed straight). Don't forget the slip-on kitten heels that are so comfortable, you won't even need to swap them out for slippers.


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Saturday: The Big BBQ


Because is it really a bank holiday weekend if you don't host a BBQ? Not in our books. Yes, it might rain and yes, you might burn the burger patties, but these are the seemingly small moments you'll cherish for springs to come. You'll probably be rushing around all day (whether chasing around after the kids or topping up everyone's drinks), so keep cool in a flowing maxi skirt paired with a denim waistcoat and chunky sandals. Accessorise with a wide brimmed hat to protect your face from the sun or rain – it really could go either way.


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Sunday: Family Lunch


With no rush-hour traffic to beat, no packed lunches to make, no bags filled with spare changes of clothes to carry and no expectations to meet, sometimes the best days are those spent at home. Especially on a Sunday, which should always be deserved for downtime. But as it's Easter, make the most of the extra day off work on Monday and invite the whole family around for a good-old Sunday roast. Keep your outfit simple with a matching denim co-ord (so easy and so comfortable) and dress it up with this season's must-have shoe: the statement flat. Now all that's left to do is worry about the potatoes.


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Monday: Slow Breakfast


Aaaaand finally... it's time to relax. After a long weekend of being the hostess with the mostest, it's time to take it easy. But before your long day of catching up on a whole four days' worth of your favourite TV shows, make sure you throw one last hurrah with a full English breakfast. Whether you're just making it for everyone at home or you're inviting the in-laws  you can still keep your outfit simple with this relaxed co-ord It basically feels like PJs but luckily, it's missing the chocolate Easter egg stain from last night's midnight snack. Finish your look with chunky sandals and statement earrings to look like you made even more of an effort.


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