I can fully admit that I love having two little girls. Nothing against my boys, but I love getting dressed up, and I’m thankful that my oldest daughter does too. The baby doesn’t have a choice yet And if there’s one occasion that’s always an excuse to get dressed up, it’s Easter. So when Walmart challenged me to dress my family for Easter for less than $40, I was only too happy to oblige.
For most people, this occasion marks the return to warm weather and is a celebration of spring and newness. In terms of fashion, it usually marks a return to color. As you can see, we had no problem going bright and cheery.
There were a lot of great girls’ dresses and outfits to choose from, but this chiffon set was one of the first things we spotted. I initially wasn’t sure about it, but once my daughter tried it on, we both knew it was the winner. The dress is long enough to be worn on its own with tights, or even bare-legged with shorts underneath. But the floral leggings add some definite punch and make the outfit a bit more casual, which means she’ll be able to wear it again after Easter since it’s not super dressy.
Baby Juliza obviously has the cuteness factor going for her, no matter what she wears. But when at Walmart, I always shop for pieces from Child of Mine by Carters. The cotton is super soft, unlike some other baby brands, and the patterns are usually fun and colorful. To coordinate with her big sister, we grabbed a yellow patterned dress and leggings set. I actually went a size up, so it is a little big, but it will fit her throughout the summer. We plan to get a lot of wear out of this less than $8 outfit.
You were probably expecting a flouncy princess dress for the baby. We thought about that, but that type of dress actually starts at 12 months in sizing. The infant outfits are a lot tamer
As for mama, it wasn’t too tough to find an outfit to coordinate with my girls. The lace dress I chose was actually available in 4 different colors in store, and 5 online. The weight of the dress is really nice, and because the lace is attached to the lining material, it’s not likely to get caught on anything and rip. My biggest challenge is that I can’t nurse efficiently in this dress, since there’s no front access, but I will definitely keep it in my closet for when I’m done breastfeeding.
I also grabbed a bright headwrap that can be worn half-a-dozen different ways for less than $3. So for a few bucks over $40 (after tax), my girls and I are ready for Easter fun.
DISCLOSURE: As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I’ve received product samples and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.