Trends for Mother of the Bride 2013
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Trends for Mother
of the Bride 2013

 

 

 

It's incredibly exciting for the mother of a bride when her daughter's wedding is approaching. As ELLE said in their article Shopping for Mother of the Bride, the approved look for a bride's mother seems to have remained petrified since the mid-1980s and stylish mothers have to work very hard to find something that compliments a classic style. But it's not impossible to find something that will make you feel youthful and stylish. The key to find the right outfit is to mix timeless style (think Stella McCartney and Jean-Paul Gautier's classic fashion collections) with some of the newer trends.

 

When it comes to a family gathering, especially during an occasion such as your daughter's wedding, it's most important to dress in an outfit that reflects your personality. Below are a list of some trends for the mother of the bride this year that you can match with items of clothing or accessories that are totally you, whether it's a favourite hat, bag or piece of jewellery.

 

1. Pencil dresses are the one for you

 

There are two big trends for 2013 that go together perfectly: the monochrome shade combination of black and white, and pencil dresses. What they have in common is that these are both timeless and will look great on anyone. You can find a selection of gorgeous pencil dresses here. We especially love the Te Amo Pink Aztec Bandeau Midi Dress and the Black Mesh Panel Bodycon Dress. The New Look store offers great variety and you'll undoubtedly find a stylish and affordable dress suited to your daughter's wedding.

 

2. Big hats to spice up your dress

 

It all started with British royalty, but nothing screams 'mother of the bride' like a big hat! People should know who you are and that you're proud of your daughter, so don't hesitate to spend some cash on a beautiful hat. Depending on the dress code of the wedding you can either go for a simple trilby hat, a wide-brimmed and feathered hat or a straw cloche. If you feel adventurous you could wear a pair of black or white gloves to finish that royal look!

 

3. Even bigger sunglasses for when the sun comes through

 

Big sunglasses have never been out of style, which is good news. They were the in-thing in both the sixties and seventies, but they're also the in-thing now. Make sure to carry a pair of sunglasses in your bag for when you are outside and the sun comes through - the bigger the sunglasses, the better!

 

 

 


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