Sequin Dress for the Mother-of-the-Bride
Since there’s quite a hustle and bustle this time of year, we’re keeping new posts to a minimum and recapping some of our favorite looks from 2015. This sequin gown was a certainly hit! Please also check out these short sequin dresses if you’re searching for something to wear for New Year’s Eve, as well as these Holiday Dress picks! I also have more beaded and sequined mother of the bride dresses here!
Can the Mother-of-the-Bride or Mother-of-the-Groom wear a sequin gown? You bet! Here’s one way to get the look in an elegant way with this pretty blush sequin dress.
Links to shop from sponsors: Gown: Adrianna Papell Short Sleeve Sequin Mesh Gown at in Blush // Earrings:Adriana Orsini Sweet Embrace Nested Drop Earrings// Bracelet: Givenchy White Silk Glass Pearl Bracelet //Clutch: Sondra Roberts Beaded Flap Clutch //Heels: Badgley Mischka Gaina II Heels in Silver
During the holiday season, sequined and beaded attire is the perfect choice to reflect the joyous mood. But more than ever before, festive sequin dresses and gowns have also been a year-round choice for more and more wedding parties.
This trend doesn’t seem likely to stop for 2016, in fact, I think we’ll see even more wedding parties wearing this sort of embellishment. The sequined bridesmaid dresses I’ve shared are some of the most popular and re-pinned, and so it follows that that the Mother-of-the-Bride or Mother-of-the Groom may also choose to don this spirited fabric. Wearing a special occasion dress with sequins is a great way to give the mothers in your wedding party a memorable style — a polished way recognize this role of honor. Current styles sequin and beading are elegant, not over-the-top and showy. This particular blush sequin gown would be gorgeous in any season, and it also comes in a dark charcoal gray, a bronze gray called lead, and navy blue to work with nearly any wedding color palette. I love how this blush color looks with rosy crystal accessories and muted gray shoes and clutch.
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