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Mother of Bride dresses inspirtation

While I sit here with hot cup of tea I can't help but think about beautiful things. There are so many various styles of clothes, so many occasions so many themes to discuss. I really wanted to be original today with you. Plus I feel guilty for being mia for some time so I decided to post more often at least for some time. I think many of you might miss my inspirational posts and as the most often you saw inspirational posts about wedding clothes. I do love this subject I can never become tired of that (or at least as I hope). This time I want to share with you one lovely and absolutely new shop I've found not long ago - Wishesbridal. As usual when I get inspiration from online shopping I try to pick a subject or theme to follow during my shopping. It helps a lot to sort things out and limit as you usually do while shopping. I am not going to buy things so I don't really care about prices (however I tend to pick more 'human' prices) or sizes. This time I let my imagination fly far I think even more far than usual so I picked lace mother of the bride dresses as my subject. It might be unusual for my blog but it makes the picking even funner. So now let's imagine we have adult daughter or son (some of you probably have one) and we are picking a dress for the wedding. What should we pick?
I already looked through this wonderful shop so I'll directly post my faves here:
Perfect neat dress. I like it length opening the knees but not more. V-neck looks lovely on most of ladies and I especially like it's being one of mother of bride dresses with sleeve. The color is rich navy blue which is by chance one of my personal favourites.
Model here is a little too young for my taste but the styles matches my vision of perfect  mother of bride dresses with sleeve. Beige looks great for formal occasions and whiter part looks very refreshing. I love the tissue holds on the sides - definitely helps to feel more confident on important day.

When I got married my Mom said she was more nervous than on her own wedding. That's why I think picking mother of bride/groom dress is as important for great wedding as picking bride's dress.

What dress did you like better - lace mother of bride dresses or mother of bride dresses with sleeve?

I was reviewing:
Mother of bride/groom dresses from Wishesbridal

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. I like it!

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  2. Beautiful dresses!

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  3. There are really pretty! :)
    - Have a nice weekend :)

    xoxo
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  4. Lovely post, have a beautiful weekend! kisses

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