The struggle is real: An Easter ensemble that fits the bill if to grandmother’s house we go, but also looks cute and feels pretty! If your Easter plans include church + family time, ain’t nobody got time for a too-low neckline or too-high hemline. But you also want to feel feminine and, well, good! It can be hard enough finding a piece that fits all of the above criteria, let alone Easter dresses under $75 – everything costs an arm and a leg nowadays, and ain’t nobody got time (or $$$!). While some things are of course worth the occasional splurge, my hope is that you find something you lovelovelove in today’s post that’s around your price point, whatever that may be. We’ve got everything ranging from 15 bucks to a bit over $100, so hopefully there’s something for everyone! Beyond that, quite a few of these dresses come in plus size and/or maternity or other sizing options, too (like petite or tall).
I lovelovelove the dress I’m wearing today, but it is a bit over the price point of this post (it’s $139). However, if you can, I do think it’s a totally worthwhile little splurge. It fits perfectly and works from Easter morning to a girly date night look.
15 Easter dresses are below – all are under $75 (although most are under $50!). Hope you find something you lovelovelove for the holiday!
If you’re looking for a good floral maxi, this one fits that bill! Comes down to $37.40 with code ERICA15 and works for Easter and beyond.
This is one of the more unique dresses I’ve seen this season! The dipped hemline is flirty + fun; besides Easter, it would be so great for a spring wedding, since it’s got such fabulous flow on the dancefloor!
The most affordable dress on the list, this pretty pinky coral number is only 15 bucks! It’s such a flattering shape up top, the cinched waistline elongates your legs, and…THERE ARE POCKETS. Bless up and #AddToCart.
Rust isn’t typically a color that makes me think EASTER, but I think it really works with this style of dress. Kimono-style pieces are very “in” right now, and the shape/cut is super flattering on a lot of body types. (Same sorta dress style as the one I wore here!) Fun way to mix it up for the season!
A good bell sleeve is the best, and this pretty pastel bell sleeve dress comes down to $34 with code ERICA15 at checkout. SO Easter-appropriate and family-friendly, too! Another good one for spring weddings or events coming up!
My favorite thing about this dress is the fact that it looks like a two-piece set! It’s so UNIQUE; the sleeves are so classy, the hemline is an ultra-flattering midi length, + the detailing at the collarbone is just gorgeous. I can’t believe the price tag on this one – it looks designer!!!
Target does it again! Bright + sunshiney yellow just screams Easter Sunday, and for $27.99? Total winner winner chicken dinner!
This little lacy number is PRESH for literally ANY upcoming spring event, from weddings to showers! Get 15% off with code ERICA15.
A vision in white feels fitting for Easter Sunday! This would also be PERFECT for any of my brides in da house – SO bridal shower or rehearsal dinner chic!
This pretty periwinkle ruffled number is only $21, so it’s a real steal. The fit n’ flare cut is always a universally flattering one, too!
OK OK shoulders are showing…is that bad? Is that against Easter Sunday dress code? IDK – but I’m here for it here. The pleats. The high-neck. The ruffle over a high waist. All good in the Easter hood!
Brightening things up with this fun fuschia – how cute are the sleeve details?! Get 15% off with ERICA15, too, bringing it down to $35.70! This one would also work for weddings, showers, events – even the office. Picture with a blazer, too…super cute!
The easiest 24 bucks when it comes to Easter dresses. Another office-appropriate choice, too! The flared peplum sleeves are chic, the color screams springtime – definitely a worthy candidate for the day.
Which Easter dresses above are your favorite? Do you know where you’ll be getting yours?
Would lovelovelove to hear your favorite place to shop for Easter dresses that won’t break the bank (but work for all of the day’s festivities!). Let me know in a comment below!