• Let us show you through our modern styles developed in the UK by FeelTimes. Included a flare for classic tailoring with stand-out features, to be certain you will be instantly recognizable because of the mother from the bride. Using the finest fabrics and inspiration from fashion catwalks you'll be comfortable and classy all day long in something from your range.

    For the standard Mother from the Bride, we recommend an outfit and jacket. The dresses are knee length mother of the bride dresses made from lace, tulle, and crepe. It includes a tailored skirt coupled with three-quarter-length sleeves and a sheer neckline. There is lace detail towards the waist along with a slight sparkle that makes it perfect for a special event. This style is available in ivory and latte as pictured, ivory and midnight blue, or ivory and silver. Each color has a matching chiffon jacket.

    For the on-trend Mother from the Bride, our midi dresses with swing skirts happen to be hugely popular. It has three-quarter-length sleeves along with a plunging neckline with a built-in waist belt and pockets. This style is just available in ivory and taupe.

    For the fashion-forward Mother from the Bride style, this dress is a fabulous selection for a memorable look. Made of crepe and expertly tailored it combines a waistcoat style bodice having a fitted skirt and color-matched bow belt. The flattering three-quarter length sleeves are made from sheer mesh with clear sparkle beading and sequins in geometric shapes. This style is obtainable in ivory on ivory or silver on silver.

    For a spring or summer wedding, we like feeltimes dresses. A modern A-line obtainable in bold candy pink, as pictured, or deep Zafiro blue. Made of Mikado, this is a gown that will hold its shape the whole day. We love its large shoulder bow detail also it had pockets too! A flattering gown for those sizes.

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