Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles

Posted in: All About Brides by Postolache Ana-Maria | February 28th 2012 | no comments

The mother of the bride is sometimes just as stressed and excited as her daughter-bride is. She feels everything her daughter feels and this is why she can experience the same difficulties or overwhelming situations, especially when it comes to choosing the best outfit for the Day.

Mother of the bride/groom dresses are nowadays more fashionable and easy to suit modern weddings. This is one of those special subjects that finally have a more solid reference. There are many designers and fashionable brands out there that create unique outfits for the mothers. Besides this, there are also those special collections made for wedding guests and other evening receptions. You can also look for something adequate in there. If you managed to find the perfect wedding dress, the only thing left to do is to decide upon the best hairstyle.

Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles (Source: brides.com)

Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles (Source: brides.com)

The modern outfits available for moms come with various accessories: matching boleros or jackets, matching shoes, matching hats or headpieces and matching jewels. This is why the only thing that remains is the hairdo. If your budget allows you to purchase one of these complete wardrobes, perhaps you can get a few cues from the design of the headpiece. It’s hip to wear a big hat or a whimsical hair fascinator as a mother on your daughter’s wedding. This is one of our favorite trends and we know many of you like this idea too. The headdress is perhaps the icing on the cake.

Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles (Source: wedding-beauty.com)

Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles (Source: wedding-beauty.com)

Even the most simplistic and plain dress can look more attractive and elegant when completed with a matching hat or hairpiece. The woman who wears one looks more feminine, more sophisticated and fancy. As we said before, if you’re using a headpiece, make sure the hair fits the design. Specialists in field advise the mothers to wear something that doesn’t upstage the bride’s look. If you’re wearing a large hat or an oversize flower fascinator, you don’t have to invest too much in the hairdo. But you can’t just wear the hat the entire day!

Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles (Source: haircomesthebride.com)

Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles (Source: haircomesthebride.com)

These types of accessories are usually worn during the ceremony and when you’re outdoors. If the wedding takes place inside, you might want to take your hat off and refresh yourself a little bit. The big fascinators adorned with feathers or flowers are formal and dramatic, and also very glam. They usually require a tighter or more elegant type of hairstyle. You can go for a short shinning style or simply dye the hair in a special nuance to fit the outfit. The hairstyle and headpiece have to be eye-catchy and elegant, but too ostentatious. You should all start improving your hair and opt for a shining and conditioning treatment. A unique color can also make a world of difference and offer you a remarkable new appearance. The soft curls can be achieved by any woman – regardless of her age or configuration. The polished blow dry is also ideal for elegant mother looks. No matter what you choose, don’t forget that the hair accessories are essential.

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