Thursday, June 21, 2012

Mother of The Groom Dresses For Winter

Mother of The Groom Dresses For Winter

It is important to dress appropriately for the season, as well as to tie into the rest of the wedding when you are the Mother of the groom. The type of neckline, length, material and style of your dress or outfit all need to be taken into account when deciding what you desire and what will best suit the day. In winter it is important to choose an outfit that will keep you warm, while still allowing you to look stylish. This can be done in a number of ways including careful choosing of the type of neckline, dress length and material as well as style.

Whether you are wearing a dress or a pantsuit, you can afford to go a little daring with the neckline even in the winter if you desire. Wearing a long dress coupled with short sleeves or a revealing neckline will still keep you warm, as will covering up your shoulders with a shawl or a jacket. Choice of neckline is mostly about what you feel comfortable with. Many different types of neckline are available, with strapless, Sweetheart and spaghetti straps being the most common. A strapless dress couples very well with a wrap or a jacket, creating a stylish image that is not compromised by the presence of distracting straps.

Another option is square neckline. This is popular on long sleeved dresses, and shows some skin while not being revealing. This is a good option if you are worried about cleavage, or want to ensure you stay warm, as there is not a lot of skin that is uncovered. For a more unusual look, a dress with an asymmetrical neckline is worth considering. These can be elegant and draw attention to your features. Often, an asymmetrical neckline will consist of a strap over one shoulder, but no mirroring strap over the other.

Choosing a longer dress style is a good choice during the winter, as it allows you to keep warm even if your arms or shoulders are a little bare. A long dress can be coupled with short sleeves or a more revealing neckline, as the material from the skirt will serve to keep you warm, and the overall appearance is one of elegance and sophistication.

Dresses for the mother of the bride can be in any number of materials, such as satin, taffeta, lace and tulle. Choice of material is important in ensuring that you will be both warm and comfortable. Choosing a heavier fabric will work well, however, most winter weddings are inside due to the extremes of winter weather, so a heavy duty fabric is often not necessary. Instead, choosing a dress that is layered, or either a top or skirt that is, can increase warmth without the need to resort to heavy fabric.

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