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Choosing a Mother of the Bride Dress

By Ashleyn on September 29th, 2010 0 comments yet. Be the First

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When you are choosing an outfit for your daughter’s wedding day, it can be a pretty daunting task… Obviously, it is her who will be the star of the show, but this does not mean that you must fade completely into the background!

Most mothers will play a fairly large part on the wedding day as well, so it is important for them to look their best. And, at well-respected companies such as Gray and Osbourn, there are certainly plenty of options when it comes to finding the right dress to wear.

* As a rule of thumb, mothers should avoid wearing the same colours as the bride or bridesmaids. But, with such a great range of Gray and Osbourn mother of the bride dresses, this will not be a problem at all! For example, if your daughter is going to wear an emerald-coloured dress for the wedding, then why not consider a lighter shade of green for your own outfit?

* It is important to feel relaxed on your daughter’s wedding day, so try not to wear anything too tight. Close-fitting dresses may make you feel confident about yourself, but they can become quite uncomfortable after a few hours of wear…

* There are certain colours which should be avoided when you are choosing your dress. White is strictly reserved for the bride herself, black (and even dark brown) will look too sombre and red will normally be a little gaudy for a wedding. But, the good news is that Gray and Osbourn mother of the bride dresses will be available in every other colour you can imagine!

It isn’t every day that your daughter will be getting married, so you will want to make the right choice with your dress. Hopefully, these hints will have been helpful; allowing you to think back to your loved ones big day with plenty of pride, in the years to come!

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