Just because it’s their big day doesn’t mean you can’t look the part. Make way for the mother of the groom dresses that you’ll want to say ‘I do’ to. The day can be a little bit about you, too. What’s a wedding if not a reminder that they owe you for their entire existence?
1st Rule of the MoG Club: It’s Not Your Day To Wear White
Mother-in-laws that wear white to upstage the bride are the stuff of urban legend and Reddit posts. You don’t want to be only distinguishable from the woman of the hour by her bouquet. Make sure your mother of the groom dress is remembered for the right reasons with a strong colour choice like this emerald midi dress, which is equal parts elegant and bold.
A Twist On A Classic: Black Lace Mother of the Groom Dresses
Although white is off-limits, wearing black to a wedding is now the done thing. If you’re a little nervous about embracing the dark side though, choosing a classic wedding style like this all-black tailored lace dress helps you navigate the fine line between traditional and fashion-forward mother of the groom dresses.
Spring MoG: Staple Florals for the Big Day
Florals for a wedding might not be groundbreaking, but if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. This halterneck floral-print midi dress is the perfect top-table style for a spring wedding. It’s cold-shoulder cut also keeps you cool at destination dos.
The Wrap Dress: The MoG Secret to Forever Comfy & Cool
With the constant flow of prosecco, canapés and courses, weddings can sometimes feel like you’re taking part in your own Woman V Food challenge. While dressing for comfort doesn’t exactly sound sexy, having a dress you look and feel great in is key when you’re going to a full-day event. Cue the ever-reliable wrap dress. This unlined satin wrap dress is perfect for warmer days and summer weddings.
If you’re not a print fan, this midi wrap dress in vibrant rust proves you don’t need a pattern to stand out. Who says plain styles have to be boring?