And the Mother of the Bride wore….

Soft and feminine pastels, vibrant hues, luxurious and wearable fabrics; simple but intriguing and elegant styles are what to expect for the mother of the bride spring trends. It is all about what suits you and what will make you look dazzling and feel comfortable.
Delicious pastels are a spring must and will be very popular throughout the summer. Think baby pink, aqua blue, cream, lemon, or lilac. They come in such an array of shades, you are
bound to find the one that will suit your skin tone. Designer Carla Ruir has a stunning light turquoise dress and coat. The sophisticated details on the sleeves and back make the outfit a work of art. When it comes to pastels keep your entire outfit light coloured, accessories included, as opposed to creating contrast with darker or brighter shades. Interesting details will lift an outfit — experiment with ruffles, lace, intricate embellishments, and iridescent or sheer fabrics. Silhouettes are ultra flattering and cleverly constructed to
create an hourglass shape. This stunning beige and cream Luis Civit outfit from Colette Latchford reflects so much elegance with its flattering length, embellished belt cinched at the waist, and delicate shimmer. Wear it with a cream and beige hat and matching shoes.
Vibrant hues are always a success for the mother of the bride or groom, from cobalt blue to raspberry, emerald green or vivid turquoise, stick to block colours or introduce patterns and details of the same shade or in contrasting colours. When getting that special outfit think about how you can wear it on other occasions. A matching coat and dress can be worn
separately. Wear the dress for a day at the races, and the coat over a simple navy dress for a First Communion. Wear the jacket of a three piece outfit with smart trousers and a simple top for a family dinner or an evening in the pub. There are so many possible combinations you can get from these exquisite investment pieces.

Paulka @ Les Jumelles

Carla Ruir @ Treasure Chest

Luis Civit @ Colette Latchford



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