The Perfect Easter Outfit With Draper James

Lavin Label and Draper James

Lavin Label and Draper James

Lavin Label and Draper James

Lavin Label and Draper James

Lavin Label and Draper James

I’m showcasing the perfect Draper James outfit that could be worn on Easter or any spring day. I immediately fell in love with the soft pattern of the Margaret Printed Skirt since it is both flattering and timeless. I paired that with the white Cloister Dot Top to balance out the bold pattern in the skirt. The Croc Pinewood Envelope Clutch provided the perfect finishing touch to this outfit. For more outfit details, visit Lavin Label.

Their Austin Jacquard Dress is also a great choice for Easter Sunday. And if you’re hosting brunch then consider creating a southern sweet tea bar for your friends and family!

This story took place on Jekyll Island, where I enjoyed a gorgeous Sunday afternoon strolling around the grounds of the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. Their landscaping is stunning and I particularly love the walkway by the waterfront, the giant oak trees and the beautiful azaleas that were in bloom. All of this, combined with the historical feel, creates a peaceful and calm setting. Jekyll Island was purchased in 1886 and designed to be a winter destination for America’s most elite families. The Jekyll Island Club served as a second home to wealthy families, such as the Rockefellers, Morgans and Pulitzers. Today, you can experience the islands at the Jekyll Club Hotel, which blends its rich history with modern luxury.

The Jekyll Island Club Hotel is the perfect place for a weekend escape, given its serenity, which is partially due to the fact that Jekyll Island is relatively undeveloped. This stunning southern institution is a fabulous place to host a family gathering, or even enjoy a romantic weekend getaway.

Kelli Boyd Photography

COMMENTS

  1. Ann

    This is a lovely Spring outfit but not a suitable Easter outfit. Easter and Spring are not interchangeable words or occasions.

    March 22, 2016 at 5:44 am

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