5 Plus Size Easter Dresses That You Will Love

plus size easter dresses

Nothing says spring like Easter. To me, it’s better than the official first day of spring because on Easter the flowers are already in full bloom and everyone dresses in their best spring attire. Even women who don’t typically wear dresses slip one on for this special day. That makes this dress aficionada’s heart very happy! I believe that whether you are planning to start the day at church or an egg hunt (or both), a dress is a great option. This year, finding the perfect plus size Easter dress is super simple because there are so many great options.

Finding an Easter dress is fun for me and it’s the perfect excuse to add another dress to my collection. Although, I know it’s not that easy for all women, especially if you are the kind of gal who doesn’t wear dresses often. If you need a little help or just inspiration, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite dresses for Easter and I picked dresses that can work for all body types and occasions!

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Plus Size Easter Dresses for Every Curvy Figure

plus size easter dresses

I love combining fun and flirty together. This Julia Jordan honeycomb knit dress from Gwynnie Bee is made of a scuba like material that gives it it’s flirty and flattering silhouette. Since it’s a skater dress, it works for all body styles, especially if you are looking for something that is forgiving in the mid-section. I think that this dress could be worn alone for church, or paired with edgy accessories like a moto jacket to give it a chic twist.


I recently featured this floral lace shift dress in a post about spring dresses, so I had to include it in this round-up too. I love the color of this dress and feel that this number can be dressed up or down. It hits right above the knee, so it’s appropriate for church, brunch, or even an outdoor Easter activity.

plus size easter dresses

I know what you are thinking, this isn’t a traditional Easter dress, but who says you have to be traditional? If you like to march to the beat of your own drum, or feel hesitant about dresses, this Tracy Reese x Gwynnie Bee might be right up your alley. The utility dress has more rugged feel, for women who prefer something less feminine. I paired it with boots, a striped shirt, and a pop of color clutch to give a personalized touch.


My go-to spring neutral this year is blush and I’m obsessed with this number that I recently got in my Dia&Co. box (get a discount on your first box via this link!). I paired it with a few other goodies that came in my box including an embossed vest and a denim bomber jacket. I finished off this playful look with gold oxfords that I thrifted from Buffalo Exchange, which are super trendy this season. This outfit could work for tons of Easter activites including an egg hunt or a BBQ with friends.


The first time I wore this outfit was to the Seattle Style Bloggers Summit a few weekends ago. I got so many compliments on this floral shirt dress from Forever21 that I’ve worn it a few times since then. I feel that this could also be a good outfit option for Eater because the shirt dress has a beautiful floral print that screams spring. I added edgy accessories to the look because I like the balance of those two styles, but if you prefer to keep it feminine, don’t pair it with black. Instead, chose a softer color such as taupe or beige for your outerwear and accessories.

What are you wearing on Easter? Will you be wearing a dress? Let me know by commenting below!

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