Kids wearing matching Easter dresses. My mom used to match my sister and I all the time. You know your mother did this to you, too. As much as we hated it when we were kids, I have to admit it is kind of cute.
Sometimes we'd even color-coordinate with my brother. Like this:
So, this is where Target Tuesday comes into play.
|Go visit Tara! She's adorbs and from Houston! Holla!!|
I was at Target on Saturday and I noticed some new dresses in stock. Ooooooh! Dresses!! I picked one up for myself and then I thought, "Well, wouldn't this be a fun Easter present for mom and sis? We could ALL match!!!"
Now, what exactly is wrong about doing this in your twenties (and not-fifties in my mom's case)? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
Essentially, on Easter, we wore one dress 3 different ways. And it was adorable, if I don't say so myself.
|Find it here, here, and here.|
Here's our classy, updated version of matching Easter dresses.
|Me, Mom, Sis|
|Mom styled hers with a periwinkle shrug cardi and nude heels. I styled mine with a chambray button-up and sandals. Sis styled hers with a brown short-sleeved cropped cardi and brown wedges (can't see them, sorry).|
|And just because this is funny. Yes, that is Dexter's butt hopping over my shoulder. And Greg was sucking at taking photos so the other one we just got silly.|
|Dexter didn't wear a dress (like that one time we shall not mention) for Easter but he deserves a spot in this post!|
Which is your favorite dress? I won't be offended, I promise. I picked them all out and I'd wear all of them! You can't say Dexter - he is not a dress, although fabulously adorable.