The mother of the bride/groom new season collections are eclectic and elegant, and with the collections already in the shops, now is the perfect
time to shop for that special outfit. Pastels are continuing to ‘wow’ us with beautiful shades of lilac, turquoise, dusty pink, or aqua, in shimmery textures and intricate details with a perfect finish. Accessories and headwear should be in harmony with the colour of your outfit. Opt for similar hues of pastels. The classic monochrome black and white has been replaced with cream and navy, a far more flattering colour combo on most skin tones. Luis
Civit has a stunning dress and bolero in navy and cream with silver buckle belt. This ensemble is best worn with navy or cream shoes and complementary hat.
Make an impact in bolder hues of green, cerise pink, emerald, or blue that will bring out the best of your skin tone and hair, embellished dresses or
two pieces outfits in gorgeous lace or taffeta with beaded finish and in flattering shapes. This season designers are offering a choice of perfect arm
coverage from dainty cap sleeves to long and short sleeves with some in lace or tulle overlay. It is often more flattering to cover the tops of your
arms, and keep the slimmest part of your arms on show. To style a bold coloured dress, look for a similar hue of coat or jacket or a contrasting
neutral colour such as off white.
The classic and most flattering length of choice is just below the knee. For taller women a midi length sitting at the calf is another option. If you
prefer a full length style, look for a floor length Aline skirt and a shaped
jacket. It is important to complete the look with the right accessories,
including an elegant hat or pillbox.
If the wedding is more relaxed and a hat is not mandatory, focus your attention in finding the ideal jewellery to complement the look.
Check out out mother of the bride personal shopping package here