Received a wedding invite but ever so slightly confused about the dress code? Follow our simple guide to answering the age-old 'what to wear?' dilemma and you'll be sure to RSVP with style.
A day to remember for the bride, an outfit to cherish for you.
Mother of the Bride
Mother of the Bride
Chic and classic, the mother of the bride should rise to the occasion with a stylish statement outfit.
Finding a look that complements the overall theme is always vital, yet remember - when it comes to the perfect outift there is no option more ideal than sheer, timeless elegance.
The mother of the bride has many option when it comes to choosing her style, with a number of options that hit just the right note. From shift dresses to flared skirts, to midi dresses and tailored trouser suits. Whichever look works for you, be sure to add the perfect finishing touch with a stylish hat or fascinator.Mother of the Bride look
Match your accessories...
When selecting the shoes, courts and peep-toes are classic choices that will complement a number of styles - our fabulous collection offers a wide variety of heels and heights.Occasion Shoes
From boxed cluches to beautiful chain strap handbags, discover a design to complement your chosen style. Opting for classic shades such as navy or black? We suggest luxurious fabrics of satin or lace.Occasion Bags
One accessory we suggest you have a little fun with is certainly the hat. After all, you're the mother of the bride - make sure every guest can see you in pride of place, front row and centre.Occasion Hats
Jewellery should be classic and stylish, luxurious but discreet. Pearls are a classic choice for mother of the bride, and a statement timepiece is also a good choice. After all, who else is going to get the bride to the church on time?Jewellery
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The Mother-of-the-Bride should look as radiant as the bride so adopt a 'less-is-more' make up rule. Avoid wearing a heavy foundation that cakes into fine lines and makes skin look older. Liquid foundations and loose powders that eliminate shine work best.
Apply subtle, neutral browns and soft golds to the lids. It's inevitable you'll shed a tear or two so use a waterproof mascara on the lashes. Don't over-do the blusher, use a soft peach or pink and apply to the apples of the cheeks for a natural, rosy glow.
Finally, opt for lipsticks or glosses in bright, light shades rather than deep and dark. Darker shades make your lips look smaller and your face look hard.