A Sunday in the spring on the Emerald Coast is what dreams. are. made. of. A typical Sunday for Mack and me includes church, swinging through a coffee shop, meal prep and getting outside one way or another (usually via cruiser bike!). Sometimes if we’re feeling spontaneous we will head out to 30A for lunch and just soak up that #patiolife. Sundays are my favorite because they’re sweet and slow!
Because we are usually going from church to coffee to lunching on a patio, I need a Sunday outfit that is suitable for all occasions. Here are my tips for what to wear on a Sunday in the spring:
- Find a conservative dress you love (ideally with a little pattern)- Polka dots are timeless. I’ve always loved the simple pattern (even when my strict all-girls high school tried to shut down my polka dot heels that I wore on the first day of my freshman year but that’s besides the point). To me, a small polka dot pattern rarely competes with my accessories so I like that it plays well with others. The collared and ruffle detail on this dress make it extra girly for a fun day in the sun look while still being appropriate for church!
- Dress it down with espadrilles- I LOVE these espadrilles. Recently, I’ve noticed that I have a thing for stars. See this post here featuring the stackable star ring that I am obsessed with. Anyways, this pair is perfect for spring. They dress the look down and it feels instantly fresh for the season.
- Add a trending bag for that spring feel- Hemline recently opened in Sandestin and I am here to tell you- go! It’s so cute and a place I am sure I will frequent in the coming months and beyond (mostly because I can ride my bike there #sorrymack). Top off your casual Sunday style with a trending accessory like this bag or a pair of statement earrings. The “third layer” to any outfit is typically what makes it.
What does your typical Sunday in the spring look like? Let me know in the comment section!
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