Mother of the Bride Dresses. Aside from finding your dream dress, you probably want to help your mom find one, too! Years ago, moms were limited with choice, style, and fabric but now, the mother of the bride has a plethora of fashionable options available. For their own walk down their daughter’s aisle, they can look elegant and appropriate with just a few cues from the event. A figure-flattering peplum can be a great choice. This dark navy is the perfect color and the black lace illusion neckline is a trendy touch.
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For a more classic look, this long-sleeved lace dress is a stunner. You can never go wrong with navy blue and the lace is complementary to the bride’s dress, as well.
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A different approach to lace is a long short-sleeved lace dress. This navy blue number is perfect with the bold colors of the wedding.
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The mother of the bride can most definitely wear a neutral color. This short-sleeved cream dress features beautiful detail and is the perfect outfit for warm weather and pearls.
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Moms can shine with embellishments and beading, too. This mother and daughter look like a beautiful pair in beaded gowns. The mother of the bride wears a long-sleeved nude color dress with silver beaded detail.
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A lively color is also a great choice for the mother of the bride. If the wedding has a specific color palette, mom can echo that in her fashion choice. This lace dress features three-quarter length sleeves and the most gorgeous shade of green.
via Josh Elliott
For an elaborate or black-tie wedding, an evening gown may be appropriate. This mother of the bride is dressed in a silver gown with a modern neckline, jacket, and three-quarter length sleeves.
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The mother of the bride can also go for the gold. This beaded gown features a gorgeous silhouette and modern beaded design full of glittering gold details.
via Michelle Lange
The mother of the bride can use the wedding vision as inspiration for her own look. Mom shouldn’t fade into the background or all the details. She should shine and stand out, too! She can do that by wearing a vibrant color, ample beading, a unique silhouette, and of course, that mother of the bride sparkle in her eye.