Ok I know…the sun has just barely come out. In Arkansas, we can barely promise ourselves it won’t freeze again. But nothing has the ability to make me long for the beach like Anthropologie swimwear. As as been their moda operandi they have chosen feminine silhouettes and figure flattering shapes. I just might have to indulge for Positano! This collection is the only thing making me feel better about passing on a sub from the new Green Machine place in Fayetteville. I’ve heard it’s to die…
My mother and my future mother-in-law are very attractive ladies and at this early juncture, seem to love each other. They’ve been discussing together what to wear to our nuptials. They don’t want to dress alike but want to compliment each other. So many of the “mother of the bride” dress categories I see on sites like Dillards, Nordstorms and Macy’s are sooo not something that would make a MOB feel beautiful. I know that my mothers started dieting long before I did, so they will and they should look their best. And as an Southern girl knows, it’s their time to shine too. While I know they will unlikely be purchasing from Net-A-Porter, that site does such a lovely job of recommending styles that an actual beautiful mother of the bride would want to where. Therefore they are a good place to start for inspiration. A question I have for you, dear readers, can a MOB wear black?
All dresses via Net-A-Porter
I am so into shift dresses. I’ve been on the lookout for solid colored shifts with long sleeves and a short length. I think I’ve found some amazing options from ASOS.
ASOS Bell Sleeve Shift Dress in three colors for $53
ASOS Scallop Detail Shift Dress in 3 colors for $62
ASOS Tailored Shift dress for $64
ASOS Layered Sleeve Shift Dress for $50