Easter Bunny Inspired Fashion

Easter Bunny Inspired Fashion

Easter is just a few days away and all I can dream about are soft fluffy bunnies!  

According to The History Channel: The first Easter Bunny legend was documented in the 1500s. By 1680, the first story about a rabbit laying eggs and hiding them in a garden was published. These legends were brought to the United States in the 1700s, when German immigrants settled in Pennsylvania Dutch country, known then as the “Oschter Haws”.  Their children made nests in which the Oschter Haws could lay its colored eggs. Eventually, the custom spread across the U.S. and the fabled rabbit’s Easter morning deliveries expanded to include chocolate and other types of candy and gifts, while decorated baskets replaced nests. Additionally, children often left out carrots for the bunny in case he got hungry from all his hopping.

…..and so the Easter Bunny was born!

With bunny merchandise popping up in every store faster than bunnies can, well you know, it’s hard not to embrace all the fluffiness- so why resist?

Catch the Easter Bunny Fever with my curated collection of Easter Bunny Inspired fashion you can hop into all season long:

Easter Bunny Inspired Fashion

ONE: Draper James Bonnie Bunny Skirt and Tee | TWO: Forever 21 Bunny Tail Dad Hat | Three: Minna Parikka White Leather Bunny Ear High Top Sneakers | Four: Rock On Ruby I’m a Bunny Duh Sweatshirt | Five: Forever 21 Bunny Slippers | Six: McQ Alexander McQueen Zip Clutch |  Seven: Draper James Bunny Key Fob | Eight: Rock On Ruby I’m a Bunny Duh Makeup Bag |

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34 Comments

  1. I love that all of these pieces say Easter without looking over the top. They also look super comfy – perfect for Easter egg hunts and family meals!

  2. I love this post! So cute! Each item of clothing you have here just makes me feel so comfortable, like I want to bundle up under my covers and drink hot cocoa all day long 🙂

  3. Oh my gosh that is so interesting! I grew up not far from PA dutch country and had NO idea about the origins. I am fascinated. This site is absolutely adorbs- checking out more right now. Thanks!

  4. Wow I love all the pictures here in this post! happy easter to you thank you for sharing this! I would love to read more of your posts! keep posting 😀

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