Your Mother Of The Bride Wardrobe
Wedding dressing is always a challenge, especially for the Mother of the Bride. The good news? This season guests are stepping away from pastels and classic dresses, and so are the mothers. Suits are back in favour and there are lots of pretty, contemporary co-ordinating sets on offer. So don't panic, we've got you covered this wedding season - just try not to upstage the bride.Shop The Edit
For chic, big city style, you can’t go wrong with two-pieces and jumpsuits. This season, trouser suits are having a moment, and they’ll take you from vows to dancefloor. Wide-leg trousers are eternally flattering for all body shapes and lovely when styled with a tailored blazer and a delicate silk top. Just add statement accessories and some of your best jewellery.
It can be hard to not panic when it comes to weddings and their unwritten wardrobe rules, but stick to these etiquette tips and you can't go far wrong. A hat - or fascinator - is a must, the more standout, the better, while a full skirt and look-at-me top are timeless options. Fancy something more muted? A fitted dress in a navy or neutral won't let you down - just add a metallic clutch and killer heels.
A flowing, easy-to-wear dress is perfect for laid-back out-of-town dressing. Opt for a flattering midi cut, paired with a pretty print – florals are everywhere this season. We love floaty dresses that leave room to move - you want to feel comfortable, as well as stylish -and be sure to add a pair of wedges to the mix to avoid that ‘sinking-into-grass’ scenario when posing for the wedding photos.