Chiffon Halter Sash Knee Length Mothers of Bride & Guests Dresses
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  • Embellishment: Sash
  • Neckline: Halter
  • Hemline: Knee-length
  • Material: Chiffon
  • Shown Color: Black


  • Beautiful halter neckline design of this elegant mother of bride mother dress is more dramatic in appearance than any other gown
  • Fashionable knee-length design of this designer mother of bride dress perfectly show your figure
  • This designer mother of bride dress is characterized by the nice color which makes you more elegant
  • With high quality chiffon material and fine workmanship, this designer mother of the bride dress is durable and comfortable enough for long time wear
  • The mothers of bride special guests dress has an easy fit and good ventilation effect
  • The mother of bride dress fits for a summer garden wedding or other evening parties
  • You can customize the elegant mother of bride dress according to your size and preference


  • The whole silhouette of this designer mother of bride dress is very charming and elegant

  • Made of high quality chiffon material, this designer mother of bride dress is soft for touching and comfortable for wearing


  • The back effect of the mother of bride dress is also charming with special design


  • With beautiful sash, your attractive charm will be reflected vividly and incisively with this elegant mother of bride dress

  • The halter design of this mother of bride dress can show off your beautiful neck and pretty collarbone


  • Please provide detailed measurement information for customization base on 'Buying Guide/How to Measure'
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  • Because the display and optical reasons, the fabric colors shown in the picture may be biased with the actual color of goods
  • You can customize the dress's size and back of zipper or lace-up closure according to your size and preference


About Mother of the Bride Dresses:

Selecting the perfect mother of the bride dress may be easier than you think. As your daughter picks an elegant bridal gown for her wedding day, you can find a dress that complements your personal style without upstaging the bride. With proper planning and knowledge of your body type, theme of the wedding and your bridal budget, you can be the next best-dressed woman in the room

  • Function: In a Protestant wedding, the mother of the bride is one of the first members of the wedding party to walk down the aisle. In Jewish ceremonies, the mother of the bride, along with the bride's father, escorts the bride down the aisle. In both instances, the mother of the bride's dress is important because its style and color choice is a direct reflection of the theme and color choice of the wedding
  • Types: Once the bride has determined her wedding's color scheme and the hour she will marry her groom, finding the style of the gown and the fit is the next step. Types of mother of the bride dresses vary. The most popular style choices are tea-length, column, sheath, suit, long-sleeved, strapless and ballgown. Fabric choices for mother of the bride dresses range from silk and taffeta to velvet and wool crepe based upon the time of year of the wedding. Prices for mother of the bride dresses can range from $99 at a small bridal boutique to the low thousands of dollars for a designer creation
  • Considerations: The theme of the wedding dictates the type of dress worn by the mother of the bride. For example, an evening black-tie wedding requires a formal gown. For a morning wedding at the courthouse, a skirt suit is appropriate attire. Because weddings require standing for long periods, dancing and entertaining guests, the mother of the bride should consider comfort and style when selecting a dress. The mother of the bride, or any other member of the bridal party, should refrain from wearing white, ivory and off-white gowns
  • Warning: The mother of the bride dress should be appropriate for the wedding theme, particularly if the ceremony is religious in nature. A dress that is too tight, reveals too much cleavage or is too short may offend invited guests and embarrass the bride or groom. The perfect mother of the bride dress involves a delicate balance between the personal style of the bride's mother and the wedding theme of the daughter
  • Expert Insight: The mother of the bride dress should be selected a minimum of 6 months before the wedding date. The mother of the bride dress should flatter the figure and be appropriate for the ceremony. Most of all, the dress should be in similar color and tone with the mother of the groom's dress. As fluctuations in weight or mistakes in sizing by the dressmaker or manufacturer may occur, selecting your dress in advance can reduce some of the stress associated with planning a wedding. Twenty-first century weddings now celebrate the option of nontraditional mothers wearing pantsuits to the wedding instead of the customary mother of the bride dress

How to Choose a Mother-of-the-Bride Dress:

Weddings are a joyous occasion, but picking a dress for the mother-of-the-bride can become contentious if it is not handled correctly. To avoid some of the pitfalls, follow the steps

  • Get to know her taste. This will save many an argument. Get a pen, paper and catalog and go through with her to find out what style she likes. Find a dress that is flattering to her shape, size and taste
  • Pick colors that compliment her. In the spring look for pastels. In the fall look at earth tones, but make sure that the color flatters her skin tone. Select the length according to the time of the wedding, and type of wedding (casual, semi-formal, or formal)
  • Select an outfit based on whether it will be for one time use or can be worn at other events. With the price of mother-of-the-bride dresses in the mid-$200s for non-designers, it might prove beneficial to have a dress that can be worn on more than one occasion
  • Dress in terms of age only if it is her style and it gives the look you and she wants. Some dresses are very matronly, so if she prefers to dress a little younger, then do it
  • Don't color clash with the bride party. It should compliment or be an extension of the party. If not, she will stand out in a negative way
  • Shoes should match the dress, but be comfortable, particularly if the mother-of-the-bride is older

How to Find Your Mother of the Bride or Groom Dress:

Sure the day may be all about the bride and her big dress, but as the mother of the bride or groom - you need to shine too. Here's everything you need to know to ensure you look stylish and perfectly coiffed on the big day

  • Wait for the Bride's Cue: When it comes to selecting wedding day attire, the bride goes first. The moms need to start shopping as early as possible - but not until after the bride has selected her gown and the bridesmaids' dresses. Once this has been done, the bride will discuss her preferences of lengths, colors and styles with her mother or both mothers. If you're not happy with the style she suggests, let her know and work out a compromise. It is her day - but the moms have to be comfortable too
  • Follow Etiquette: Typically the mother-of-the-bride (MOB) selects her dress (taking cues from the bride), then politely consults with the mother-of-the-groom (MOG) as soon as possible to inform her of the style. The MOG should then select an ensemble that complements - not matches - that of the MOB. This custom is definitely not required, however. If the MOB is lagging and the MOG is anxious to get shopping, she can definitely take the initiative and consult with the MOG or the bride. Regardless - it's important for everyone to be flexible and considerate
  • Choose Your Color: Everyone has their own preferences, and any color can really be worn if the bride and moms agree on it. That said, most would advice against these hues: White or Ivory - (don't compete with the bride); Black - (don't appear as if in mourning); Red - (don't be too flashy). You usually can't go wrong with lavender, beige, silver, burgundy, blue and rose
  • Select Your Style: While you have more room to maneuver in color - the formality of your gown should match the formality of the rest of the wedding party and the event. If it's an evening wedding and the maids are in floor length ball gowns - it's probably best to avoid a short hemline in a casual fabric - and vice versa
  • Start Shopping: Most department stores and many specialty boutiques feature appropriate gowns that can also be worn again to another formal party. Shop with a trusted friend or relative, one whose judgment you can trust to help you choose the style and color that is best for you

Package Included:

  • 1 x Chiffon Mother of Bride Dress