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Mom And Me Matching Ball Gown For Party BP2352

Specifications
Color Maroon
Fabric Net
Work Embroidery
Occasion Party
Zodiac Aries
Item Type Combo Dress Material
Customization Made To Order
  • Product Code: BP2352
    BP2352
    BP-MotherDaughterDress-23

  • Availability: In Stock
  • Estimated Delivery: November 15, 2021
    USD $148.00

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Mom and me matching ball gown for party. This dress is best for baby 1st birthday party. Choose your color to match your party theme! These are a lovable way for you and your mini to match! This combo includes two dresses one for mother and one for daughter. Daughter dress possible from age 0 to 10 years. Both dresses can be stitched to your specific measurements. You can fill stitching measurements after placing order. Color can be customized.

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Mother of the Bride & Groom Dresses, Gowns

Dresses for the Mothers of the Bride and Groom

Weddings are very special days not only for brides and grooms, but for their mothers and grandmothers, too. At David’s Bridal, we believe each of these special ladies should look and feel their best on this joyous occasion. That’s why we’ve got a huge selection of mother of the bride and mother of the groom dresses that fit fabulously and suit your style.

Our mother of the bride dresses come in a wide variety of styles, colors and sizes, including petite and plus size and extended sizes up to 30W. We even have tea-length dresses and long dresses to suit any season, venue or preference.

If the bridal party includes other special women like grandmothers, stepmothers and beloved aunts, David’s Bridal has the broad selection of coordinating MOB dresses that makes it easy to select a unique but complementary dress for everyone in your extended circle of important women.

Mother of Bride and Groom FAQs

We understand that choosing the perfect MOB or MOG dress is an important decision and with so many options, it can be a challenge. Let the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions guide you in the right direction.

What does the mother of the bride wear?

The mother of the bride will need to consider several factors when choosing the appropriate dress for her daughter’s wedding. Think about the season, geographical location, venue, colors and style of the wedding as well as your own personal style preferences.

Some women prefer to wear a dress, while others prefer separates…and both are great options! It really just comes down to what you’re most comfortable in and whether it suits the attire requested by the happy couple. Talk to your daughter about the aesthetic she envisions for her wedding to help narrow down your options.

What does the mother of the groom wear?

The process of selecting attire for the mother of the groom and mother of the bride is very similar. You’ll need to take all the same considerations into account and make sure you feel good in whatever you choose. Ask your son for his input, and/or reach out to your future daughter-in-law to help you pick out a dress. You can also coordinate with the MOB to make sure your choices complement each other.

Do the mothers of the bride and groom wear the same color as the bridesmaids?

You don’t need to wear the same exact color as the bridesmaids, but you can choose a dress in the same color family or a complementary hue. For example, you may go with a lighter tone or darker shade of the color the bridesmaids are wearing.

Not sure which color will work to best coordinate the mothers of the bride and groom with the rest of the bridal party? Check out our MOB color coordinator for inspiration and advice, with visual color samples to help you find a look you love.

Should the mothers of the bride and groom wear the wedding colors?

As the mother of the bride or groom, you’ve got a special title and should stand out a bit from the wedding party and overall wedding color scheme. Your dress should complement or contrast (but not compete) the color scheme rather than match it. After all, you don’t want to blend in with the bridesmaids and event decor.

You can choose a dress in the same seasonal color family as the wedding colors. For example, lighter and brighter colors work best for spring and summer weddings, darker, cooler hues suit winter events, and warm, autumnal colors fit in at fall weddings. Refer to the above color coordinator for ideas!

Do the mother of the bride and mother of the groom match each other?

The mother of the bride and groom should dress in a way that doesn’t clash but isn’t too matchy-matchy either. Sometimes, the MOB chooses her dress first and then coordinates with the MOG so you don’t wear totally conflicting colors and neither mom is dressed more formally than the other.

What should the grandmother of the bride or groom wear?

Similar to the mothers of the bride and groom, the grandmothers may want to coordinate with (but not match) the wedding party. Look for dress options that least complement the wedding theme colors without blending in too much.

Comfort is another major factor to consider, as grandmothers should be able to sit comfortably and walk safely without tripping over extra material.

Can the mother of the bride wear separates or a pantsuit with a jacket instead of a dress?

Sometimes, the most classic and elegant mother of the bride outfits aren’t dresses at all! David’s Bridal has a wide array of mother of the bride separates, including structured jackets you can wear with pants or a dress, and stylish capes in breezy chiffon or mesh that look great atop a simple sheath dress or long pant.

MOB separates offer versatility in style and size and provide just the right amount of tailoring and coverage special moms may be looking for. We carry brands that excel in mother of the bride jacket dresses, capes and pantsuits, like Alex Evenings, R&M Richards and Ignite.

What are modern mother of the bride dress trends? Can she wear something unique and non-traditional?

Frumpy, shapeless mother of the bride dresses are a thing of the past! You don’t have to feel tied down to traditional MOB styles, as many mothers of brides and grooms today favor special occasion gowns in modern long or short formal styles or chic separates. Current popular trends feature lace, prints, stylish empire waistlines and jackets. Add a pop of color with trendy cranberry tones and bring in metallic touches with gold. Look for dresses in champagne, navy and even black (yes, it is totally fashionable to wear black to a wedding!) for a refined color palette.

Most importantly, you need to feel comfortable and beautiful in your dress so you can enjoy the wedding while boasting a confident glow.

What are the best mother of the bride or groom dresses for a beach or outdoor wedding?

Beach weddings tend to be slightly more casual or bohemian in style than traditional weddings. This means you can play with free-flowing maxi dresses, midi dresses and tea-length dresses in light colors or fun prints. Look for materials like breezy chiffon, breathable mesh, or draping georgette for the ultimate beach wedding attire.

Remember to consider the time of year, time of day, geographic location and weather conditions of an outdoor wedding. You’ll want to make sure you’re cool enough for a day-time beach wedding in the spring or warm enough for an outdoor evening event in the autumn.

What is the best way to shop for and buy mother of the bride or groom dresses?

David’s Bridal offers convenient online and in-person shopping experiences. Explore our full selection of hundreds of dress designs on our site, and book an appointment at any of our nearly 300 store locations in the U.S. to try on your favorite styles. Once you find the right size, you can order your selection online if it’s not available in the store nearest you, and take advantage of our in-house alteration services for the ideal fit.

Check out our MOB fashion tips and advice to get the latest trends in mother of the bride dresses, find the perfect style to fit your special event, and get more styling inspiration.

Gold, Taupe, and Neutral Mother of the Bride Dresses

 

Where to find neutral mother of the bride dresses. We’ve collected some of the prettiest Gold, Taupe, and Neutral Mother of the Bride Dresses, with resources on where to shop.

Gold, Taupe, and Neutral Mother of the Bride Dresses

Be a sparkling mother of the bride with these neutral-toned dresses.  From champagne to soft beige, these gold, taupe, and neutral mother of the bride dresses in lace, silks, and sequins will send you down the aisle in style at your daughter or son’s wedding. 

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Featured Neutral Mother of the Bride Dress

Odette Dress by Tadashi Shoji from BHLDN

Shop Gold and Neutral Dresses for the Mother of the Bride

Here are a few favorite Gold and Neutral Mother of the Bride Dresses, with a direct link to purchase.

This shop section uses affiliate links, which means this site may earn a commission if you make a purchase.

Want more sparkle? Check out this shop page full of sequined and beaded mother-of-the-bride gowns.

You might also like the dedicated pages with gold mother of the bride dresses,  champagne mother of the bride dresses, rose gold mother of the bride dresses, or grey and silver mother of the bride dresses.

More Neutral Mother of the Bride Dresses We Love
Embellished Neutral Gowns for Mothers of the Bride or Groom

 

 

 

Short sleeve style: Illusion Mesh  V Neck Gown in Biscotti Long sleeve style:  Adrianna Papell Long Sleeve Illusion Mesh Beaded Gown Both dresses and image from Dillards.

Stretch Satin Off the Shoulder Gold Gown

Off the shoulder stretch Satin Gown by Teri Jon, cuts a classic and sleek figure.

Beaded V Neck Gold Gown
 

V Neck Gown in Nude from Adrianna Papell

Chiffon Taupe Gown

AZAZIE BELINDA MBD – Mother Of The Bride Dress Shown in Taupe

Azazie Lucille MBD – $166 from: Azazie Inc

Neutral Mother of the Bride Outfit Ideas

We’ve also put together a few posts with neutral outfit ideas for the Mother-of-the-Bride or Mother-of-the-Groom. Get inspired by this Mother of the Bride outfit for a Rustic Wedding, which features a gold beaded gown, or this Taupe Outfit for a Mother of the Groom. Pink and Blush Mother of the Bride Dresses and Silver Mother of the Bride Dresses can also be great neutral options!

Neutral Dresses We’ve Featured In Past Seasons

 

Kinley Dress from BHLDN Mother of the Bride Dresses

 

 

The untold story of the Black designer behind Jackie Kennedy’s wedding dress

Some 800 guests saw the dress at the ceremony at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Newport, Rhode Island, and 400 more watched it glide through the reception that evening. And then there were the 3,000 well-wishers who broke through police barricades to witness Jacqueline Lee Bouvier’s arrival at her wedding to then Sen. John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

A photo of the newlyweds ran on the front page of The New York Times on September 13, 1953. But the grainy black-and-white shot, the bride half obscured by her husband, couldn’t do justice to the bouffant skirt and the layers of silk taffeta, the intricate scallop pintucks and tiny flowers of wax — a fitting choice for the woman who would go on to become American royalty.

The gown, like those worn by Kennedy’s bridesmaids, was the work of African American designer Ann Lowe, who died in February 1981.

“That dress she made for Jackie Kennedy was widely photographed. A lot of people saw it and it no doubt influenced average American wedding dresses and ball gowns,” said Elizabeth Way, an assistant curator at The Museum at FIT. “The fact that (the dress) came from the creativity of a Black woman really speaks to how instrumental Black people have been in shaping American culture.”

Jackie and John Kennedy are shown in their wedding attire. Credit: Lisa Larsen/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

‘Society’s best kept secret’

And while the dress delighted the American public, the same cannot be said for the bride’s own reaction. According to fashion historian Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, who is the author of the recently released book “The Way We Wed: A Global History of Wedding Fashion,” Kennedy was no fan of the dress she wore to walk down the aisle.

“Even though it’s a beautiful dress, it was not what she wanted, and she actually compared it to a lampshade,” Chrisman-Campbell explained. “It was chosen by her father-in-law-to-be, who wanted to create an American royalty moment and really set up his son as the heir to the family dynasty.”

This bridal portrait of Jackie Kennedy captures the finery of her Ann Lowe-designed wedding dress. Credit: Bachrach/Archive Photos/Getty Images

At that point, Lowe was an established arbiter of American high-society style, delighting wealthy clients across the country (including Jaqueline’s mother, Janet Lee Auchincloss, who commissioned Lowe to create her daughter’s debutante and wedding dresses) with made-to-order princess silhouettes and couture-level embellishments. Years later, The Saturday Evening Post described her as “society’s best kept secret” and “unfamiliar except to the very rich.”

An unrepentant snob, Lowe was selective about her clients. Only the most elite were deserving of her efforts — the Rockefellers and the du Ponts of the world, as well as stars like Olivia de Havilland, who wore one of Lowe’s hand-painted floral designs the night she won best actress at the 1947 Academy Awards.

“I love my clothes and I’m particular about who wears them,” Lowe said in an interview with Ebony magazine. “I’m not interested in sewing for cafe society or social climbers. I do not cater to Mary and Sue. I sew for the families of the Social Register.”

To cater to her clientele, there was seemingly nothing she wouldn’t do. After a flood in her Manhattan studio destroyed the Kennedy dresses just 10 days before the ceremony, she and her team worked day and night to ensure a new set was completed on time. She never mentioned a word of it to the family, and absorbed the additional costs herself.

How the most expensive clothes in the world get made

Inherited excellence

Ann Lowe was born in Clayton, Alabama, in 1898. Her grandmother, who had been born into slavery, and her mother ran an exclusive dressmaking business for wealthy patrons, and Lowe learned their craft from a young age.

“She had been working in dressmaking since she was a little girl, so she really had decades of experience by the time we get to the making of these ballgowns, these wedding gowns, these debutante gowns in the 1950s,” Way said.

At 16, Lowe took over the family business after the death of her mother. She later studied design in New York, segregated from her White peers (she graduated after only six months because of her exceptional abilities) before setting up shop in Florida, where she built her reputation for extravagance and exclusivity. After a decade, she returned to Manhattan to do the same on the East Coast.

But the extreme wealth of the clients she so cherished wasn’t enough to buoy her business. They would routinely talk her into lowering her prices, and she would often end up losing money from commissions. In 1963, she declared bankruptcy. (A longstanding rumor suggests Kennedy might have anonymously paid off her debts to the IRS.) By the time she retired in 1972, she was penniless.

African American designer Ann Lowe created one-of-a kind designs. Credit: Alamy

“She does the same amazing kind of job that Mainbocher does,” fashion columnist Eugenia Sheppard once remarked, referring to Main Rousseau Bocher, Lowe’s contemporary and the first American couturier. “The difference is that Mainbocher is a businessman as well as a designer, and he charges what he has to, to stay in business.”

Rediscovering a fashion legacy

Since her death, the name Ann Lowe has meant little outside of fashion history circles. But in recent years, there has been a sharp increase in interest around the designer. Both an Ann Lowe biography and an Ann Lowe children’s book have been published, and a historical fiction novel, by Piper Huguley, is in the works. Her designs have been exhibited at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and as part of FIT’s 2017 exhibition “Black Fashion Designers.”

Lowe’s skill and success in a field where Black women are still routinely erased and excluded disrupts prevailing narratives about not just fashion industry, but American history.

“With all the political movements happening right now, that have been building over the last century, people are interested in the history of Black artists and Black creatives in so many industries, and it’s great to know that (Black people’s participation in fashion) didn’t start in the beginning of the 2000s,” Way said. “Black designers have always been working in the industry. There is a legacy there.”

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Undine Spragg’s Life in Objects

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“The Custom of the Country” (1913), by Edith Wharton, is about many things: the terrifying ambition of its protagonist, Undine Spragg; marriage; divorce; New York and Paris society — but also the arrival of new American money into those fashionable circles, the ranks of which have always been carefully guarded. Undine, who is originally from the fictional Midwestern town of Apex City, and who marries into the old-world Marvell family, is the perfect embodiment of such aspirational consumerism. And Wharton, who was born into a prominent New York family and was the beneficiary of not one but three legacy inheritances over the course of her life, was in a unique position to observe this monied world and conjure a version of it on the page. (The exact amount Wharton received was and still is a point of contention, on account of antiquated wills that put her trusts in the hands of her brothers, but still, the sum was substantial. A legacy left by her father of $20,000 in the early 1880s amounts to half a million dollars today; $120,000 from a cousin would now be $3.4 million, and a $90,000 gift from her mother is equivalent to an additional $2.7 million upon whose interest and annuities she could draw.) In her novel, Wharton describes in meticulous detail myriad gowns and pieces of jewelry, various properties, priceless artworks and much more. Below: an incomplete account of the material trappings of Undine’s costly lifestyle, in which several experts estimate, to the best of their abilities, how much various items may have cost. Though there are a number of clues in “The Custom of the Country” as to the precise years in which the novel takes place, we settled on 1908 as our point of comparison, which was the year Edith Wharton began writing the novel in earnest.

A Night at the Opera

At the novel’s opening, Undine is all dressed up with nowhere to go, but she soon devises a plan: “Father,” she instructs, “you’ve got to take a box for me at the opera next Friday.” Determined to catch the attention of the right people, she is undaunted when her father, Abner Spragg, informs her that a parterre box for a Friday night at the Met costs $125 (today, a parterre box at New York’s Metropolitan Opera costs up to $3,390; the cost in Undine’s time would be equivalent to $3,589.28 today) — though the greater expense would have come from her need for a new (custom) outfit.

Valerie Steele, the director and chief curator at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, notes that in the Gilded Age, it was less common for an unmarried young woman such as Undine to dress extravagantly in Paris, where many waited until after marriage to wear haute couture, than in New York. There, causing a certain kind of stir was a way of attracting suitors. Says Steele: “At the opera, you were being watched by everybody, and what people would see on someone like Undine would be a low-cut evening dress with big pearls glistening, her hair all piled up and looking gorgeous, and maybe a plump forearm flicking a fan, which would glimmer from all the mother-of-pearl and gilding on it.”

Because the opera was an evening event, women would forego hats, and the length of skirts (long) meant that stockings (made of silk) and shoes (likely narrow, pointed and with just a small heel) were unlikely to be seen. Dresses were the main event, and emphasized the neck and the curves of the female torso. It is doubtful that Undine would have carried a purse, as cosmetics were still the preserve of actresses and courtesans, so an ornate fan — perhaps one designed by the House of Duvelleroy and made from hand-painted lace or adorned with the feathers of an ostrich — or a tastefully bejeweled opera glass, such as the one Undine spies in the hands of an elegant lady in black that night, were the best accessories for, as Wharton puts it, “graceful wrist movements and supercilious turns of the head.” Steele is cautious about speculating upon the cost of Undine’s full ensemble, but noted that the dressmaker’s bill might have been near the bottom of Abner’s hefty expenses. A Duvelleroy fan cost 100 francs (roughly $400 today) in 1908, and a full sable coat cost as much as $1,000 ($28,000 today) in 1905.

The Honeymoon in Europe

Undine soon finds success in her engagement to Ralph Marvell (a development thanks in no small part to her appearance that night at the opera) and, for reasons we’ll omit to avoid spoiling the plot, is keen to avoid a months-long engagement. This leaves her little time to put together her bridal trousseau before embarking on her summer honeymoon in Europe, a trip she has long anticipated. Once the couple arrive, Ralph is content with languid afternoons in Tuscany, while Undine is bored by the lack of social opportunities. The pair quickly decamp to Switzerland to take in the Alpine air (in new sporting attire, of course), and Undine is happily back in the mix. They spend the last leg of the trip in Paris, where Undine fills her trunks with the latest fashions, reassuring Ralph that despite their impecuniousness, “the advantage of going to the French dress-makers is that they’ll wait twice as long for their money as the people at home.”

It was customary for fashionable New York women to travel to Paris each year to purchase a full wardrobe of clothes; it was also considered proper to leave those clothes packed away in trunks for a full year upon returning, as a decent lady should maintain a respectable distance from current fashions. By the first decade of the twentieth century, this practice was falling away. Nonetheless, a woman of Undine’s station would have been expected to change several times a day, according to the time of year and the place in which she found herself. Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, a Los Angeles–based fashion historian, notes that wealthy women of the era had extensive wardrobes, and that a single ensemble might be composed of modular elements that could be swapped in or out, depending on the occasion. “In this period, dresses generally came in two pieces, with a separate bodice and skirt,” she says. “You could also buy une robe à transformation, a gown that came with two different bodices, and combine the same skirt with a low-cut sleeveless bodice for evenings, and a sleeved bodice with a high neck for the daytime.”

In Paris, the best couturiers included Jacques Doucet, a designer and art collector who transformed his family’s lingerie and linens business into a leading women’s clothier, and Maison Laferrière, whose gowns were worn by European royalty, including Princess Alexandra of Denmark. The most coveted pieces came from the House of Worth, founded by Charles Frederick Worth in 1858 and run, in 1908, by his sons, Gaston-Lucien and Jean-Philippe. Worth had dressed many of the leading performers of the day, among them the Australian soprano Nellie Melba and the French actor Sarah Bernhardt. By the time of the First World War, which would sweep away much of the mannered world depicted in “Custom of the Country,” the House of Worth still enjoyed a lofty reputation, but its designs were considered elegant and stately, rather than at the forefront of fashion. Facing grave financial difficulties, Jean Philippe wrote to the financier J. P. Morgan in 1917, offering him a lace dress (previously intended for the collection of the Louvre, in Paris) along with three silver fox furs, all at the prewar price of $37,500 (around $750,000 today) instead of its actual value of $52,000 (just over $1 million).

A Society Portrait

Society portraiture provided the wealthy an opportunity to support the arts; more importantly, it allowed them to hang ostentatious depictions of themselves on the walls of their own homes. In “The Custom of the Country,” Wharton skewers this tradition through the character of Claud Walsingham Popple, a snarky society painter eager to swim in the same waters as those he is paid so handsomely to portray.

It’s clear that Popple is little more than a brush for hire, and we can only imagine what his paintings actually looked like. The same cannot be said of John Singer Sargent, an acquaintance of Wharton’s who painted several portraits of influential figures of the Gilded Age and came to be regarded as one of America’s preeminent artists of the era. Raised in Europe by American parents, Sargent studied at Paris’s École des Beaux-Arts and honed his craft in the atelier of renowned teacher Emile Auguste Carolus-Duran. Biographer Jean Strouse — who is currently at work on a book examining twelve portraits the artist painted of one family — notes that from early on in his career, Sargent was drawn to such striking subjects as Madame Pierre Gautreau (Virginie Amélie Avegno Gautreau), whom he immortalized in 1883-84 with “Portrait of Madame X.” “He loved visual drama, and he would respond to and seek out people who embodied this in his art,” says Strouse.

Sargent was, on occasion, a victim of his own success: at one point he raised his prices in an effort to deter a growing list of would-be clients, yet this only heightened demand. Strouse also points out that Sargent was at times maligned for painting society figures at all: “One of the raps against him was that he painted by commission and therefore had to please his subjects. But he sometimes didn’t — he was painting what he saw.” This was certainly true of his extraordinary 1888 portrait of Isabella Stewart Gardner, a prominent Bostonian art collector and a close friend of the American novelist Henry James. Against a backdrop of a rich Venetian brocade, Gardner stands with clasped hands that mirror the golden nimbus around her head, her bold gaze, pale skin and plain black dress with plunging neckline all echoing the provocation of “Portrait of Madame X.

But many, including Mrs. Gardner’s husband, and several in her circle, seemed to hate it, as noted in the catalogue accompanying the 2015 exhibit dedicated to the artist at London’s National Portrait Gallery. Although the painting achieved Mrs. Gardner’s aim of being talked about, when it appeared in the artist’s first one-man show at the St Botolph Club, Boston, a string of uncomplimentary remarks caused her much grief and she refused to lend it again. Sargent was paid $3,000 for it in 1888 ($86,000 today), and it now hangs in the Gothic Room of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Undine’s portrait, by contrast, avoids scandal and meets with the approval of her friends: one even comments to his wife that she “must be done exactly like that for the new music-room.”

A New Gown for the Costume Ball

Undine is horrified when she learns that the Driscolls, another wealthy New York family, have become embroiled in a financial scandal and may have to cancel their annual costume ball, a highlight of the New York season. She is, of course, less concerned for the wellbeing of the Driscolls and more for her own, as she has already picked out her costume, which is modeled after that of the Empress Josephine as painted by Prud’hon in 1805. In the painting, a crimson cloak is draped over the alabaster-skinned Josephine, who wears a long, diaphanous gown embroidered in gold, and a diadem atop her head. This may be a wink to the reader from Wharton, as both Undine and Josephine were women who arrived in the thick of things from far-flung provinces, chose their lovers with calculated ambition and were profligate spenders. Neither was a stranger to marital discord, either.

When the event finally takes place, Undine’s natural beauty and insistence that only the best couture will suffice result in another resounding success: “The ball was as brilliant as she had hoped, and her own part in it as thrilling as a page from one of the ‘society novels’ with which she had cheated the monotony of Apex days.” But as Undine’s husband is already unable to support her growing needs, she turns to one of her many admirers, Peter Van Degen, who cuts her a small check, to help her pay for the costume. Despite her dress’s apparent simplicity, it still would have come at great cost, according to fashion historian and author Caroline Rennolds Milbank. “The quality of costumes would have been as high as the couture of the time,” she says. At the beginning of the 20th century, dresses from the very best houses would have cost between $100 ($2,871 today) and $500 ($14,357), with most in the $175 ($3,589) to $300 ($8,614) range.

The hushed scandal surrounding the Driscolls echoes what some consider to be the fallout from James Hazen Hyde’s costume ball of 1905: a power struggle for control of the Equitable Life Assurance Society. Hyde was a twenty-three-year-old Harvard graduate when, in 1899, he inherited a majority interest in the company, with assets valued at $400 million ($12.4 billion today). Handsome and profligate, Hyde threw a ball at Sherry’s restaurant on Fifth Avenue and 44th Street in 1905 for some 600 guests that included a one-act play especially commissioned for the French actress Réjane, a comedic star of her day. Rumors swirled that Hyde had used $200,000 of company money to pay for the revelries, and while that particular charge was never proven, it paved the way for other Gilded Age figures such as Gage Tarbell and James Alexander to wrest the company away from him. The New York state legislature got involved, and Hyde eventually decamped to France.

Costume balls were popular throughout the Gilded Age in New York, and the invitees and their outfits were covered widely in the press. “The most vivid correlation is the red carpet for the Met Gala,” adds Milbank, “especially in the last ten years, as people have started dressing for the theme, rather than in standard evening wear.” One of the most famous costume balls took place on March 26, 1883, to inaugurate the new home of suffragette Alva Belmont (then still known as Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt), on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 52nd Street. The following day, a New York Times article described in elaborate detail the decorations for the ball, which included an enchanted forest of palms, vines and bougainvillea. The costumes were equally extravagant. Alice Claypoole Gwynne Vanderbilt (wife of Cornelius Vanderbilt II) dressed as “Electric Light” in a gown made by the House of Worth that included golden satin, glass pearls, and a battery-operated torch, and Miss Kate Fearing Strong, known about town as “Puss” (as was Wharton, who then bestowed the childhood nickname on Undine), wore a headdress featuring a taxidermy cat, with seven real cat tails sewn onto her skirt. Gentlemen tended to favor costumes with powdered wigs that were meant to recall European royalty from bygone eras and popular literary heroes like the Count of Monte Cristo.

Seasonal Real Estate

Where one summered was just as important as whom one called upon or where one got one’s dresses. In Hermione Lee’s 2007 biography of Wharton, the British scholar notes that for those with the right pedigree, “if you did not go to Newport [Rhode Island] or Bar Harbor [Maine] for the summer or Florida in the winter, you went abroad: to Europe.” There remained a number of other acceptable, if slightly less glamorous, destinations. Saratoga, in upstate New York, was sought out for horse racing and polo, while the Adirondacks were home to the Great Camps. The Berkshires, where Wharton designed and built her grand country estate, The Mount, with Ogden Codman between 1901 and 1902, was popular with prominent families from both New York and Boston.

Although Undine’s marriage to Ralph Marvell provides her with entrée into New York society, the Marvell family’s relatively meager financial situation means that a summer in Newport is out of reach, as is an annual tour of Europe. When Van Degen, who understands that in their milieu, Paris exists as a place where women buy clothes to wear in Newport, implies that he will see Undine there that summer, she does her best to hide her dampened aspirations: “Paris? Newport? They’re not on my map! When Ralph can get away we shall go to the Adirondacks for the boy. I hope I shan’t need Paris clothes there!”

Though Wharton may have been considerably wealthier than Undine, it’s helpful to understand the writer’s own situation. For the first few years of Wharton’s marriage to Edward Robbins Wharton (known as Teddy), she had no permanent residence in New York, and either rented on Madison Avenue or stayed on 25th Street with her mother, Lucretia Jones, when she was in town. Between 1885 and 1893, the couple made a home at Pencraig Cottage, in Newport, before purchasing a nearby property named Land’s End for the sum of $80,000 ($2.29 million today). In her 1934 autobiography, “A Backward Glance,” Wharton describes the now nine-bedroom mansion’s exterior as “incurably ugly,” and her attempts to conceal it with high hedges and trelliswork niches. The house has undergone significant modifications since Wharton’s time there, but still retains original features including moldings and a room designed for the arrangement of flowers cut from the garden. Land’s End, which Wharton remembered fondly “with its windows framing the endlessly changing moods of the misty Atlantic, and the night-long sound of the surges against the cliffs,” was last sold in April 2020 for $8.6 million.

A Pearl Necklace

Once Undine realizes that her marriage to Ralph Marvell won’t propel her into the company she desires (the Marvells are a little too fusty and Undine is more enamored with a flashier crowd), she sets her sights on Van Degen, whose family is just as respected and whose wealth is very much intact. The two of them cavort about Paris and the provinces before Undine returns to “Dakota,” a place in Wharton’s rendering that has recently achieved statehood and provides a legal avenue to divorce. Peter — all too aware that such an act is a bridge too far from respectability, but also that as a man, he will be better protected from scandal — distances himself from Undine, but not before gifting her a string of exquisite pearls.

“The Belle Époque was a time of excess,” says Raissa Bretaña, a fashion historian and instructor at the Fashion Institute of Technology, “and extravagant adornment in the form of jewelry would be an obvious way to affirm one’s social standing.” A long string of pearls was a visual manifestation of wealth, as it was often a painstaking process for a jeweler to assemble a collection of matching specimens to be used in a necklace. “At the time ‘The Custom of the Country’ is set, around the turn of the century,” Bretaña adds, “the pearls used in jewelry were typically all natural. They had to be found in the wild, so they were exceptionally rare and valuable.” While pearls have never lost their association with elegance, by 1893 Japanese entrepreneurs such as Kokichi Mikimoto and Kakichi Mitsukuri had already developed methods to create cultured pearls, which would eventually dominate the market and drastically reduce the value of natural pearls.

What pearls meant in the twilight of the Gilded Age in New York, in both monetary and social terms, is made plain by the now-famous anecdote of how the jeweler Pierre Cartier came to own the townhouse at the corner of Fifth Avenue and East 52nd Street — and that remains, today, his namesake brand’s New York flagship store. In 1917, he made a deal with the railroad investor and philanthropist Morton F. Plant to exchange a double-string necklace of natural South Sea pearls, with an agreed-upon value at the time of $1 million, along with $100 cash, for Plant’s home, which stood opposite the Vanderbilt mansions and had been considered one of the last bulwarks against the advance of trade up Fifth Avenue. The deal was seen as a success for both parties: Cartier established a foothold in an area of the city newly desirable for commercial purposes, and Plant was able to present his much younger wife, Mae, with the coveted pearls, and then decamp farther uptown to a palatial mansion on Fifth and East 86th, where the rest of his kind had long since resided.

Unfortunately, Commodore Plant, as the enthusiastic yachtsman was known, did not live to enjoy his second marriage or new home for long — he died in November 1918. Mae would go on to remarry twice more before passing away at the age of 75 at Clarendon Court, her Newport estate. The two strands of pearls, which were auctioned after her death in 1956 by Parke-Bernet, fetched a price of just $151,000.

18th-Century French Tapestries by François Boucher

In the second half of the novel, a tragic occurrence clears the way for Undine to marry Raymond de Chelles, a handsome nobleman from one of France’s oldest families, allowing Undine to become an aristocrat, if only by title: the Marquise de Chelles.

But Undine soon finds life unstimulating at the de Chelles’s ancestral estate, Saint-Désert — a place she’s previously described to Peter Van Degen as “a real castle, with towers, and water all around it, and a funny kind of bridge they pull up.” The customs and traditions she must observe there seem especially arcane to her, and she longs for the fashionable salons of the Faubourg Saint-Germain, or at the very least the company of other Americans at the “Nouveau Luxe,” Wharton’s thinly veiled portrayal of the Ritz. Raymond takes his responsibilities as head of house seriously, although the forces of modernity that will bring both the Belle Époque and the Gilded Age to a close mean his family’s fortune is quickly dwindling.

Undine toys with selling some of the Boucher tapestries (which she finds “smell so of rain”) that were bestowed upon the family by King Louis XV in order to raise funds for more shopping and a spring season in Paris. She invites an antiquarian to evaluate them, and when an offer of some two million francs (approximately $9.8 million today) is suggested to Raymond, he rejects it with disgust. Undine seems incapable of understanding that they are more than mere decoration, that they embody his family’s intimate and ancestral bond to the kings of France.

François Boucher (1703-1770) was perhaps the most influential figure in decorative arts during the Rococo period in France. He applied his innovative approach to painting pastoral scenes to set designs for opera and theater, and by 1765 his reputation was such that he was appointed first painter to King Louis XV and director of the Royal Academy in Paris. From 1755, Boucher oversaw the Royal Tapestry Manufactory at Gobelins, where idealized scenes of shepherdesses and gentle folk reposing in nature were woven into ornate panels used to decorate the walls of banquet halls in aristocratic estates across Europe. Boucher’s standing suffered a steep decline after his own lifetime, however, as a taste for Neoclassicism supplanted that for Rococo and the French Revolution of 1789 eliminated much of the traditional clientele for tapestry.

William Russell Jr., a specialist in European sculpture and decorative art at Christie’s New York, notes that while contemporary tastes have changed many times over, a Boucher tapestry with royal provenance could still fetch a price today of anywhere between $200,000 to $500,000, depending on its size and condition. “There is a famous series of tapestries — after Boucher — that were bought for the Huntington [Library] in California, and at the time, they were more expensive than the building of the massive house. So that is a good example of how prized they were in the late 19th and early 20th centuries,” he wrote in an email. It’s easy to see, then, how “the fabulous blues and pinks of the great Boucher series,” as Wharton describes them, represent something beyond money for the fading world of European aristocracy, while for Undine’s fourth (and first) husband, the self-made railroad king Elmer Moffatt, tapestries and court jewelry mean little more than the price he pays for them.

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Jealousy, envy and even real hatred sometimes arise between … a mother and a daughter. Unfortunately, there are many families where people who seem to be closest to each other have long become sworn enemies, and they do not even want to think about forgiving each other offenses.

Report by Yulia Safonova.

“For a husband – a son, and for yourself – a sweetheart daughter!” Psychologists state: according to statistics, most women dream of having a son in order to please her husband, and a girl for herself, so that she grows up and becomes a support.

But in practice there is no more difficult relationship than that of a mother and daughter, Anna Smirnova, a family psychologist and mother of two girls, admits. Many times she had to unravel the tangle of love-hate between the closest women.

Anna Smirnova, family psychologist: “The mother and the girl have a different relationship – both warmer and closer.On the other hand, they will be more competitive, perhaps they will turn out to be two housewives in the same kitchen. ”

But in their family everything happens exactly the opposite. The girl says that she does not hear anything from her dear person except criticism and reproaches.

Anastasia, daughter: “I’m afraid of to think about it, but sometimes it seems that she is jealous of me for achievements.I own a computer, I can speak, I can keep myself in society, but she doesn’t know how, so she’s angry … Maybe she wants good, but she only poisons my life with anger and teachings. ”

Now Nastya tries to be at home as little as possible and not tell my mother about my successes, although sometimes I really want to talk to her heart to heart, as in childhood.

Anastasia, daughter: “Surely my mother loves me, but it seems that something prevents her from expressing it.”

Help Nadezhda Andreevna has no one, although she lives in the same apartment with her only daughter.For a year now, the pensioner has been preparing food right in the room, on the stove. I’m sure my daughter poured laundry detergent into her food!

The housing issue spoiled the relationship between the mother and daughter – the pensioner refused to sign a deed of gift for the apartment, and then the daughter did everything so that the mother would end up in a psychiatric hospital.

Nadezhda Omelina, mother: “If she hadn’t sent me to an insane asylum, I would have made it up a long time ago. Well, as I remember how I cried, what I thought there. I wanted to get poisoned there.”

A year later, the elderly woman managed to obtain an independent psychiatric examination, and the court found her legally competent.

Nadezhda Omelina, mother: “I think the head doctor himself laughed there, that’s what the apartment is doing.”

13-year-old Natasha from Irkutsk is firmly convinced that her mother simply betrayed her. Without explaining anything, she left the girl in the care of her acquaintances and, as if she had forgotten about her, did not even pick up the telephone receiver.

Friends turned to the police, now the issue of depriving the mother of parental rights is being considered.However, Natasha herself does not want to return home yet.

Natalya Erokhina, daughter: “I don’t need a mother like that. If she leaves the child and doesn’t even make herself felt”.

Whether the girl will ever be able to forgive her mother is difficult to say, but the fact that the difficult relationship between them will remain for many years is already clear.

A year ago Olga puzzled over how to tell her 18-year-old daughter that her mother was getting married and expecting a baby. After all, they decided a long time ago – they both feel good, and no one is needed! The way out was found by itself.It turned out that the daughter also found a loved one and is preparing for the wedding.

Irina Sharova, daughter: “I had a shock. I thought if someone found out, it would be a shame for me. Mom, she is a mother. She should only have a wedding once. But in no case with her daughter “.

Olga Naumova, mother: “The daughters went to buy a dress. And I had to open up, because I went to buy a suit myself. I was afraid that she would get angry and swear. Well, nothing happened. I have a good son-in-law.He calmed her down. ” It is sometimes so difficult for a daughter to find a common language, and what to do to maintain peace and quiet in the family? Psychologist Elena Berezhkovskaya will tell you about this.Tell me at what age do conflicts between daughter and mother begin?

Guest: This is adolescence.A teenager, a teenage girl – she has a great affinity with her mother, the feeling that “this is almost me.” And she begins to be critical of her mother.

She sees other mothers. She compares them to hers.

Claims begin: the mother is not dressed like that, the mother does not look like that, she does not behave like that. The child sometimes begins to be ashamed of the mother. But at the same time, he is ready to defend her in front of others with all his might.

Presenter: If there are such conflicts, how should mom behave?

Guest: Differently, depending on the situation.Even an 11-13 year old girl may have quite constructive considerations. Because we do not always see ourselves from the outside. And for a teenager, this age comes when he begins to see from the side.

Presenter: If, on the contrary, mom sticks to a teenage girl and constantly imposes her vision of style and cosmetics on her?

Guest: This is very typical. Mom often imposes not so much a vision of style as the absence of cosmetics. The girl is inclined to use cosmetics, but her mother, she is inclined to somehow limit it or drive it into some kind of framework.

But there is one way out, you have to teach her how to do it. They will have a completely different communication and a different basis for sorting out the relationship than when there is denial.

Presenter: If a mother does not like her daughter’s gentlemen, she constantly interferes with her personal life, what should I do?

Guest: In this case, the following question arises. She doesn’t want her daughter to get married at all? This happens, especially in an incomplete family, where closeness is seen in the daughter, this is the second “I”.

Presenter: She is afraid of losing a close creature?

Guest: She is afraid of losing her daughter, she is just jealous.Or she figured out how it should be. I know of such cases when in reality mothers themselves find their daughter a gentleman whom they like. With all her might, the mother organizes the life of her daughter, because our children – we want them to come true everything that we didn’t come true.

Presenter: Why do mothers there like to interfere with their daughter’s personal life when she is already married?

Guest: A mother wants an ideal family life for her daughter. In general, of course, it is worth setting quite gently, but firmly and clearly defined boundaries; to defend your personal territory staunchly enough, to explain to your mother that you will decide some issues yourself.Not rudely, not at the moment when you have a conflict, but at the moment when everything is fine with you, you are drinking tea in the kitchen with a pie.

Presenter: Why so often do the daughter and mother have conflicts over how to raise their grandchildren?

Guest: Most often this happens because their interpersonal relationships are not regulated. The division of territory, division, who is responsible for what, who is in charge – it continues, and the children suffer from this.

This is a very common situation. They come for consultations and say that he is not allowed this chocolate, his grandmother buys and gives him, he has diathesis and everything else.What normal, real grandmother will do it on purpose, forcibly?

And when you start asking again, does she really buy on purpose, does she have supplies, does she deliberately give out prohibited products to the child? Very often a person is cut off. It just turns out that this is not entirely true, that it is rather a war of intentions and priorities. It is necessary for adults to sort out each other.

Even if you do not like how your teenage daughter dresses or puts on makeup, you should not scold her or forbid her to use cosmetics.Better find a compromise: buy her lipstick and eyeshadows of a more suitable color, or even better, paint her yourself.

If, on the contrary, your daughter criticizes your appearance, this is a reason to think. Maybe she’s right and you really need to get a new hairstyle and update your costume? Psychologists advise in such situations not to dismiss the child’s opinion.

If the mother does not like any of her daughter’s gentlemen, this may indicate her subconscious feeling of jealousy. If you are faced with such a problem, do not follow your mother’s lead.Build your love life yourself.

Quite often the opposite happens: the daughter prevents her mother from building relationships with men. The reason may be all the same jealousy and a sense of possessiveness. Psychologists advise in such cases the mother to talk frankly with her daughter and explain that in case of marriage, you will not love your child less than before.

If a mother and daughter have constant arguments about how to run the household, there are two ways out. Or to leave urgently, or to have a serious talk and clearly assign household responsibilities.Let each of the women do what she does best – then there will be order and peace in the family.

Omsk | The daughter of businessmen Remizovich will rent her mother’s evening dresses

Natalia Remizovich, co-owner of the boutique Victoria Prankevich, Margarita Ledyaeva (Remizovich), Alexey Remizovich

Photo: geometria.ru

On March 5, the daughter of well-known Omsk entrepreneurs Alexei and Natalya Remizovich, Margarita Ledyaeva, opened the Dress Me evening dress rental service, the Novy Omsk website reports.The institution is located in a building on Zhukova, 97/1, where the “Narodny fitness” owned by the Remizovich family is located, and previously the “Siberian Hunt” operated.

The opening was attended by Margarita’s parents, whose list of business assets includes the Kolchak restaurant, the SuperClub fitness club, the Omsk Okna company.

It is reported that anyone will also be able to bring their own cocktail dresses to Dress Me, which will be rented to other girls.

Do you have an evening or cocktail dress that was worn once and is now gathering dust in your closet? Bring it to us! We will give him a second life! And you will receive a good percentage from each rental of your dress! “, – the announcement says.

It is already known that the outfits in which Natalia Remizovich were published will also be exhibited here. The rental price will be from 5 to 20 percent of the price of the dress itself.

Dmitry Oleinik

This material was published on the BezFormata website on January 11, 2019,
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The daughter of businessmen Remizovich will rent out her mother’s evening dresses

Natalia Remizovich, co-owner of the boutique Victoria Prankevich, Margarita Ledyaeva (Remizovich), Alexey Remizovich Photo: geometria.ru

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The daughter of entrepreneurs Remizovich opened a showroom

The store offers used dresses for rent, among which there are outfits in which Natalia Remizovich was published.
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The daughter of entrepreneurs Remizovich opened a showroom

The store offers used dresses for rent, among which there are outfits in which Natalia Remizovich was published.
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90,000 A dress made from the hair of a deceased mother for 15 thousand pounds. The British woman remembered the Victorian tradition

Photo author, Hair dress design

Photo caption,

Hair must be sewn into the sleeves, collar, fringe and corset of a ball gown

61-year-old resident of Bristol is willing to pay 15 thousands of pounds for a copy of his deceased mother’s wedding dress, but with one condition.The designer must use the hair of the deceased in the dress, which the woman began to collect four years before her death. The client admits that her request is “rather strange”.

The woman’s mother died in August. The daughter of the deceased posted an advertisement for the search for a fashion designer on the profile site Sewport. So far, no one has undertaken a non-standard order.

“Special souvenir”

“I want to recreate the wedding dress in which my mother married my father in 1953,” writes the Briton in the ad.

“My mother recently passed away, and this dress would remind me of her. In 2014, I found out that she was seriously ill, and from that moment began to collect her hair,” the woman writes.

“Then I didn’t know why I needed it, but now I seem to understand,” she adds.

“I am aware that this is a rather strange request,” the woman writes.

Nevertheless, she wants to have a dress ready for the anniversary of her mother’s death next August.

Victorian Funeral Fashion

During the Victorian era, it was customary to wear amulets or rings with a lock of the hair of a deceased relative.

Queen Victoria herself for forty years, before her own death, wore a medallion with the hair of her husband, Prince Albert, who died in 1861.

In the United States at that time there was a tradition to make wreaths from the hair of deceased loved ones.

In addition, wreaths were often made partly from the hair of deceased relatives, and partly from the hair of living ones.This symbolized the unity of the clan.

Instructions for making such wreaths were printed in magazines and catalogs – in 1867 they were published in the Art of Hair Work catalog along with popular hairstyles.

Author of the photo, Sewport

According to the sketch of a resident of Bristol, the hair should be sewn into the sleeves, collar, fringe and corset of a ball gown.

She wants the dress to be as “authentic” as possible.

The founder of the Sewport website Boris Khodakel does not see anything surprising in the order.

“We take strange and surprising orders every day. It’s fashion,” he says.

Wedding dress for mother of the bride: styles, fabrics, color

Behind the spindle of pre-wedding affairs, many simply do not have enough time to choose a wedding dress for the mother of the bride. But the daughter’s wedding is not just a corporate party. This day will be remembered for a lifetime, you need to look perfect.

How to choose an outfit for the mother of the bride?

It should be sophisticated and charming, comfortable and practical, it should look spectacular in wedding photos, but not hinder the woman’s movements.

Straight cut dresses

When choosing a dress for your daughter’s wedding, first of all, you should pay attention to the model of a straight silhouette. Due to its relatively loose cut, it will not become an obstacle for the prompt fulfillment of all the duties of the mother of the bride. The absence of additional seams is a huge plus of this model. Straight cut evening dresses are ideal for obese women, therefore they are chosen as an outfit for a daughter’s wedding. This style does not spoil the figure.Length, most often to the knee. You can choose a more discreet dress, for example, a solid color, and complement it with accessories. Or you can choose an elegant model that needs only minimal decoration. The main thing is that you feel comfortable in it.

Floor-length dresses

Modern mothers increasingly prefer floor-length dresses. This outfit of the mother of the bride is not suitable only for very short or very tall women. The falling skirt will emphasize the dignity of the figure and hide its flaws.These dresses look very solemn. The only inconvenience they can cause is the need to raise the hem when climbing steps or walking briskly. For a dress with a floor-length skirt, you can wear flat shoes or ballet flats, which will be very comfortable. By the way, this model is also the leader when choosing dresses for bridesmaids.

Dress “bell”

For obese mothers the model of an evening dress “bell” is perfect.An excellent choice for a daughter’s wedding: a bell bottom starting from the chest will hide all figure flaws, and a loose fit will help you move without hesitation and feel comfortable. With the right jewelry, you will be irresistible.

Suit

Many mothers prefer to wear a suit for the wedding. This is a good option, but do not forget that this is the main event in your daughter’s life. Therefore, the suit should not be too strict. Let it have a twist. For example, choose a peplum blazer and a pencil skirt.This costume looks very elegant and feminine. If the sleeves of the jacket are three quarters or shorter, you can complement the look with gloves and a hat or large bracelets. A suit with a skirt is a classic choice of women for a wedding. Suitable for an autumn or winter wedding, and the jacket can be removed at any time and remain in an elegant top. You can also opt for a pantsuit. For example, a model with a high waist on trousers and a cropped jacket. Or with classic trousers “pipes” and an elongated jacket.A low stiletto heel will complement the look. You can find out more about wedding shoes on the website Svadbagolik.ru.

Selection of fabrics

As for the fabrics for the dress, then, of course, I really want to give preference to something knitted or cotton. But don’t do it. Clothes for the mother of the bride made of such fabrics do not look elegant either live or in the photo.

Atlas

Satin is the ideal fabric for sewing an evening dress for a mother.The fibers are practically invisible due to their very tight weave. The feeling of infinite smoothness is created. Due to its density, satin can be decorated with pearls, large stones, beads, lace.

Silk

Silk dresses will look gentle, cool in heat and warm in cold weather. The downside is that silk is very wrinkled, but when artificial fibers are added to its composition, this will not cause trouble. Pearl necklaces and bracelets are perfect as jewelry for silk dresses.Combine silk and lace for a sophisticated mother of the bride outfit.

Brocade, taffeta, velvet

These fabrics are less and less common in evening dresses. However, for example, brocade can make a very elegant costume for the mother of the bride or an oriental dress if the wedding style requires it. Such outfits do not need special decorations – they are replaced by the rich texture of the fabric.

Chiffon, tulle

To get a beautiful wedding dress for mom, you can use chiffon, organza, tulle.Such translucent fabrics are perfect for decorating an outfit. Their light flying silhouettes will add solemnity and grace to the image.

All of the above you can also use when choosing a dress for a witness.

The best dress: how to choose the color of the mother of the bride’s outfit?

What color to choose a dress for a mother for her daughter’s wedding depends on several factors:

  • female skin color,
  • hair color,
  • complexion,
  • Is the wedding themed (does it have a specific color),
  • is the color of the bride’s father costume.

The favorite colors for women are red. Each has its own favorite shade. To the delight of all fans of wine shades, they have now become fashionable. A Marsala or burgundy dress will look very stylish and chic. Purple and fuchsia are equally attractive. If you think that these colors are no longer for you, you are mistaken. Go to an evening dress rental shop and just try on one that you thought you would never wear. See what a gorgeous woman you are and you won’t want to part with this dress.

When choosing a dress for a wedding, mothers often look at thousands of photos on the Internet, but do not ask their daughter’s opinion, protecting her from unnecessary trouble. And in vain, because the daughter knows you like no one else.

Using these simple recommendations from the Svadbagolik.ru portal, you can easily pick up a beautiful and comfortable outfit.

90,000 Battle of Images: the best of the week – from Catherine Barnabas to Bella Hadid and Elizabeth Peskovaya

Bella Hadid

Fashion Weeks are over, but Instagram won’t run out of fashion looks! Our heroes, not lazy, showed again what they found interesting in their wardrobes, but now it’s our turn to discuss all this.

Let’s start by seeing off the fashionable marathon in Paris. Celebrities sat in the front row, finished their champagne at the last parties and took the time to publish everything that remained in the phone gallery. Of course, the image of Elena Perminova stands out, because, looking at it, you might think that after the special episode of “The Simpsons” for Balenciaga, a special edition of “SpongeBob” is being prepared. At least the square pants are already there.

Tina Kunakey at Mugler Elena Perminova at Miu Miu Georgia May Jagger at Vivienne Westwood

Alesya Kafelnikova

However, not only the whirlwind of fashion weeks can whirl so that you get a latergram.Elizaveta Peskova walked so well at the “imperial” wedding in St. Petersburg that only now she found time to tell how it all happened. And it was like that.

It is difficult to explain how, after a gala dinner at the Ethnographic Museum, some of the wedding guests in ball gowns and tailcoats and I ended up in a techno club, and then at three o’clock in the morning on the street with cowboys,

– Elizabeth wrote on Instagram.

Yes, this is a ready-made plot for a new cabaret show,

– Catherine Barnabas is shouting back at her.

Elizaveta Peskova in Edem

Ekaterina Barnabas

The soul of Kim Kardashian and Bella Hadid, who missed Paris Fashion Week, also seems to require a holiday. The stars were dressed in shiny nets and chains. True, with leggings, with which she just seemed to grow together, Kim also does not part. Her younger sister Kylie Jenner also follows her example, but she clearly remembers the school rule not to copy word for word. Therefore, she does not have Balenciaga, but Richard Quinn. But it still looks like it.

Kim Kardashian in Balenciaga, Bella Hadid, Kylie Jenner in Richard Quinn

The title of the brightest women of the week is clearly shared by Victoria Shelyagova and Donatella Versace. But Donatella also relied on the most fashionable color of the next season – orange.

Victoria Shelyagova in Dolce & Gabbana Donatella Versace in Versace

The younger generation also does not waste time and is also aware of the trends of the coming spring. Its representatives are starting to train now.And, as their experience shows, the color fits perfectly into a wide variety of styles.

Dora Diana Manasir

Well, the last heroines of our collection also have a fashionable advice – to combine plain clothes with prints. And Kristina Romanova still has time to take part in the “Eclipse Victoria Beckham” challenge.

Dina Nemtsova in 2mood Kristina Romanova in a Mugler jacket and Chalotte Knowles trousers

Nadezhda Meikher


The best image of the week from Instagram

90,000 Believer woman or fatal seducer? Reshetova’s style after parting with Timati

Anastasia Reshetova and Timati

The style of 25-year-old Reshetova after breaking up with a rapper was analyzed by designer Andrei Volkonsky:

“When Anastasia Reshetova met with rapper Timati, she adhered to a daring style – mini, jackboots, a lot of silk and leather things.It is worth emphasizing that all this really went to the brunette. However, after the birth of a child and parting with his father, Nastya seems to have changed somewhat.

Once Anastasia appeared in a photo in front of subscribers in a black maxi-length dress. The outfit has long sleeves and a turn-down collar, it would seem that the image should come out very restrained and modest. However, Reshetova decided to make the image more interesting and daring. So, she unzipped the dress to the waist, wearing a black top under the bottom.Also, the image is diluted with stylish accessories – black glasses, massive rings on the hands, as well as a massive necklace. In general, the image turned out to be interesting and thoughtful, and most importantly, unusual.

Nastya added a black crop top to the dress, resulting in a daring look.

In the holy month of Ramadan, Anastasia appeared in public in a long robe and with a black hijab on her head, taking a picture near the mosque. At the same time, the beauty emphasized her waist with a belt, and also preferred a beautiful shade of green, which is very relevant today.

Sometimes Reshetova can be seen in chaste outfits

Anastasia amazed the audience with a new hot photo, which gained over 180 thousand likes. The brunette was photographed in a snow-white dress near the stairs, she arched her back, and thanks to this position, the skirt, which fits the figure, emphasized the juicy volumes of her mistress.

Nastya likes to emphasize appetizing forms

A new daring look from Reshetova – a bodysuit with an animal print and micro shorts with trousers. Pants with a high waist highlighted the girl’s expressive hips, and the bodysuit shows that Anastasia has a very slender figure.

Bodysuit is perhaps the favorite item in Nastya’s wardrobe.

Another image of Reshetova is snow-white boots and a wow-skirt that sexually exposes her legs.

A skirt with a large slit is also about Reshetova

All the images of Instadiva are very interesting, for example, she put on a beautiful shiny dress that advantageously emphasizes her slender figure. A silver cape added some zest to the look. Nastya has smoky eyes and straightened curls, which added elegance to the femme fatale.

Evening dresses seem to be created for Anastasia

Fans of the ex-girlfriend Timati noticed that she really loves black.In the next picture, the girl is captured in an elegant black bandeau dress. A young mother loves to show off her figure, which is why she chose this style of dress.

A minimalistic strapless outfit emphasized Anastasia’s slender silhouette. Reshetova raised her hands and pushed her long hair back, thereby adding even more elegance to her silhouette. Anastasia refused jewelry, which, in my opinion, was in vain. The image turned out to be slightly rustic.

The bandeau dress perfectly emphasizes the curvaceous forms of its owner

I leaf through the brunette’s Instagram and think that sometimes there is literally no trace of the modest Reshetova.Short denim shorts, boots with heels, a black hoodie with a hood, a lot of massive jewelry and bright makeup – it seems as if the ex-darling of Timati has returned to her old style, which she preferred when she met with the rapper. But it should be said that this style suits Anastasia very much – it is bright, daring and attracts attention. But, in this look, Nastya slightly overdid it, there is too much of everything – perhaps the image would be more harmonious if she removed an excessive amount of jewelry, or replaced the boots with black sneakers.

The designer considered such an image unsuccessful

Anastasia Reshetova has recently shown images reminiscent of the style of a fashionable Muslim woman. The brunette covers her head with a scarf and puts on rather closed clothes, but at the same time emphasizing her magnificent figure. By the way, in this photo Nastya decided to choose a white dress, not her beloved black one. In general, the image looks very restrained, elegant and harmonious.

Nastya dilutes revealing outfits with Muslim clothes.

Reshetova loves tight-fitting dresses – and here’s a new image, a knee-length dress, a covered head.It seems that the “bow” should come out restrained, but the hoop earrings dilute it, to all this, the style of the dress itself does not look provocative, and the buttons on the chest are clearly diverging.

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