Diary of a Wedding Planner – Mother-Of-The-Bride 2011 La Femme Dresses

Season 2011 La Femme dresses are appropriate for your mother-of-the-bride outfit.

La Femme literally means “the girl,” and the line is a mix of feminine-inspired gowns in subtle colors. The designers favor long, flowing skirts full of soft fabric. And there tends to be a lyrical connection between every design element.

The styles focus less on elaborate detailing and more on the cut and movement of the garment. There are intricate details but they are used sparingly to bring out the more genteel ambiance of the ensemble.

In selections in which there is a lot going on, it is typically a product of the material’s pattern. Many of the fabrics display museum-esque exhibits of artisan panorama. The collection is a staple for Hollywood stylists, hence many celebrities favor it.

For the mother-of-the-bride, the catalog provides choices that could be worn at all types of ceremonies. Whether it be a church wedding or an intimate gathering in the family’s backyard, there are a myriad of options. And the wide array of colors assures you will find something to match the bridal party colors.

Overall, 2011 La Femme dresses do highlight tall, slim shapes. But if your figure is curvier, the loose folds and sections of the items do flatter. Stylistically, many options are strapless, or use the straps in a unique way.

High belted waists are a frequent them with the belts in contrasting colors. The waist is also where crystals, beads, rhinestones, and other jewelry are usually showcased. Since the designs lean toward classy, haute couture, splits, and skin-baring sections are often minimal.

But the collection is not overtly conservative. It does have samples that allude to a mature but sexy personality. For mothers who care to show a bit of shoulder and a hint of their calves and ankles, there is much to choose from.

Here are a couple of classic mother-of-the-bride choices:

1. La Femme #15269 – a mellow satin, off-the-shoulder look that comes in strong tones like eggplant, marigold, teal, and wine.

2. #15042 – a refined evening gown with six crisscross straps that comes in practical tones like emerald, navy, red, and yellow.

3. #12158 – a simple svelte, off-the-should creation that comes in earth tones like chocolate, gold, and silver.

4. #15064 – a rich chiffon blend that comes in classic colors like green, navy, and purple.

5. #14334 – a pure chiffon, off-the shoulder, two-toned style that comes in slightly more adventurous hues like red and fuchsia.

These will all complement the rest of the wedding party, but also make the bride’s mother stand out. Of course, you do not want to take any attention away from your daughter. But it is important for you to shine as well.

In their own way, 2011 La Femme dresses favor the mother-of-the-bride. They allow her to have a singular moment of value and admiration. They symbolize the maturity of a mother with a grown child, and the youthfulness of a woman reminiscing about her own past wedding day.

Satria Permadi

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