What I wore for Easter…….

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

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Desde que vivimos en los Estados Unidos, siempre que llega alguna celebración, me gusta investigar un poco que hay detrás de cada una de las fiestas americanas.

Crecí en un país mayoritariamente católico, y luego al mudarme a España, que a su vez también los es, aún en mayor medida, estoy acostumbrada a las celebraciones de Semana Santa. Al mudarnos a Miami y especialmente desde que nuestro pequeño ya comenzó a ser consciente de las celebraciones, especialmente sin son dirigidas hacia él, pues nos comenzamos a familiarizar con otras fiestas típicas de aquí.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

El pasado domingo celebrábamos, además del domingo de resurección, la llegada del conejo de pascuas, una celebración especialmente para los más pequeños de la casa donde se esconden huevos llenos de chocolates o caramelos y ellos disfrutan buscarlos y mucho más encontrarlos…..

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

Hay varias historias sobre esta tradición de la decoración de huevos de Pascua y el conejo que los lleva por las noches desde el siglo XVII….

Desde el nombre hasta el personaje del conejo es todo procedente de Alemania. El conejo es un símbolo de Easter que es mencionado por primera vez en escritos del siglo XVI en Alemania. El primer conejo de Easter comestible, hecho de azúcar y masa pastelera,  fue producido por este país a principios de 1800. Por aquel entonces, los niños hacian cestas de césped y los dejaban en el jardín de sus padres para que el conejo de Easter los llenara durante la noche con hermosos huevos decorados.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

Los holandeses que se establecieron en Pensilvania trajeron consigo al conejo de Easter en 1700 a los Estados Unidos. Sus hijos, quienes usaban sus sombreros o gorras para que les sirvieran de cestas, creían que si tenian un buen comportamiento, la liebre de Easter llenaría sus gorras y sombreros con huevos de colores.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

La búsqueda de los huevos de Easter pertenece a una tradición de pueblos y ciudades alemanas e igualmente la famosa búsqueda de huevos que tiene lugar en los jardines de Casa Blanca en Washington D.C. Los niños emprenden una carrera para buscar los coloridos huevos de pascuas en todo el mundo cada año……

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

Para este día tan ajetreado, teniendo en cuenta que mi pequeño solo tiene 2 años y aun hay que ayudarle a buscar los huevos, me decidí por este vestido con escote cuadrado con manga corta con ese estilo romántico e ingenuo y estampado de flores, perfecto para días cálidos como el que tuvimos en Miami y cómodo para aguantar el trote detrás del peque en busca de sus huevos de Pascua; combinado con estas zapatillas blancas, porque chicas, no hay mejor calzado que éste cuando nos convertimos en madres………..

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Alba X Mylovelypeople

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

Since we lived in the United States I always love to make a little research about the history behind every American celebration. I grew up in a country where most of the people were catholic and later when we moved to Spain that it’s a Catholic country too, we got used to celebrate the Holy Week. When we moved to Miami and especially since my little baby became big enough to have fun with this celebrations, especially when are addressed to him, we started to get used to these festivities over here.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

Last Sunday we celebrated the arrival of Easter bunny, a very special celebration for the kids where they have to look for the Easter eggs full of chocolates and candies that the bunny left for them to find it……

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

There are many stories about the decoration of Easter eggs and the bunny that left them during the night before Easter since XVII century…….

The bunny as a symbol for Easter is first mentioned in writings in 16th century Germany. The first edible Easter bunnies, made of pastry and sugar, were also produced in Germany in the early 1800s. Around that time, children made nests of grass and settled them in their parents’ spring gardens for the Easter Bunny to fill during the night with brightly decorated eggs.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

Pennsylvania Dutch settlers brought the Easter bunny to America in the 1700s. Their children, who used their hats or bonnets to make their nests, believed that if they were well behaved, the “Oschter Haws” (literally Easter Hare) would fill their upturned headgear with colored eggs.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

The Easter egg hunt remains as much a tradition in German towns and cities as it is on the White House lawn in Washington, D.C. Children race to find the Bunny’s colorful eggs across the world every year.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you what she wore for Easter, a Faithfull The brand red dress with white sneakers, a leather Coach bag, golden necklaces and statements earrings as accessories

For this busy day, having in mind that my little boy is only 2 years old and we still have to help him to find the Easter eggs, I opted for this lovely flower dress with smocked elastic bodice with tie detail and short sleeve, the perfect choice for warms days like we had here in Miami and comfortable enough to run after my baby the whole day. I paired it with these white Adidas’s Sneakers because, girls you tell me if there is something more confortable for moms than sneakers. I don’t think so really …….

Hope you like it and it gives you some inspiration….

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Sending you a lot of kisses and so much love

Alba X Mylovelypeople

Outfit details:

Vestido / Dress : FAITHFULL THE BRAND HERE
Zapatillas / Sneakers: Adidas HERE
Bolso / Bag: Coach HERE
Pendientes / Statements Earrings: Kendra Scott VIA ROCKSBOX HERE

6 Replies to “What I wore for Easter…….”

  1. Linda historia ..y seguro q muchos no sabemos del origen y motivos de algunas fiestas ,gracias por tu investigación y compartirla con todos …bello vestido me encanta ..😘😘😘

  2. Gracias por el aporte a la cultura que como recordarás “ la cultura no tiene momento fijo “
    🤪🤪….
    Me gusta el vestido muy alegre y juvenil ❤️

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