A wedding is a very happy and happening occasion for everyone in the house. The mother of the bride gown is mostly given secondary importance only to realise it on the wedding day. While the father of the bride can don a suit or a sherwani he can plan his attire quite fast. But it is not that simple for the mother, as she has to get her fittings and the finesse.
Dressing as the bride’s mother is one of the biggest fashion challenges that many women will face. How do you find something that is the appropriate degree of formality, hits the right note for the style of the wedding, is beautiful but not so beautiful that it competes with the bridal gown, and is not black, like the vast majority of formalwear? This is a tall order. Mother of the bride dresses are definitely more slender and figure flattering than they used to be. You no longer have to look like the Queen Mum just because your daughter is getting married!
Now you should choose the gown by yourself. If you are taller then avoid umbrella cuts and use deeper cuts to accentuate your height. Getting the skirt or the neck of the top emblazoned with sequins, studs and embroidery brings in class and beauty. And do all this you need to give the seamstress some time. So plan well in advance so that you get your dress easily and there is no haste about your dress. Also the choice of colour is very important. That you are the lady of the house and the mother of the bride do not go in for bright dark colours. Like red, yellow, orange and other bright gaudy colours. Choose subtle shades; if you are dark then go for pista green, lemon yellow, gold, reddish pink or any other soft shade. If you are fair then you can try dark shades with shimmer and glitter. If you are in-between then do not go for too soft or too dark shades and mix it well with another colour. The Red Mother Of The Bride Gown maybe a good choice. First of all, red represents in the Chinese traditional festival, this day, is more representative of a red mother of bride gown can represent the mother’s joy.