Family get-togethers aren't exactly the time to flash lots of leg. Forgo your girls' night out platforms and thigh-baring minis in favor of demure kitten heels and a sleek pencil skirt. Just make sure the one you choose isn't too constricting to sit (and, more importantly, eat) in. Yay for strategically-placed vents!
Whether you're planning to go H.A.M. on that Easter ham or treating yourself to second helpings of charoset, a non-constricting dress is key. Trapeze silhouettes don't do a girl's physique any favors, but why not try a dropped-waist version? So very Gatsby. Add a clutch just big enough for your essentials (or the afikomen) and you're set.
If you're taking on any sort of hostessing duties this season, flats are a foot-friendly must. Pair yours with a festive pair of cropped pants and a silky button-up for an eye-catching ensemble. When it's time for that Easter egg hunt, nothing beats a cross-body bag for hands-free focus.
clockwise from top left: collection café capri in bazaar print, $545, jcrew.com; legacy haircalf pocket penny shoulder purse, $398, coach.com; metallic leather flats, $590, miu miu, net-a-porter.com; the silk blouse, $80, everlane.com
You can't go wrong with a classic spring blazer at a family dinner—especially when you layer it over a top in a bold print. Bonus points if the top in question references one of Passover's 10 plagues.