I don’t know what I’m doing wrong, but I lost the rest of my last post, so here’s where we left off . . .
This is the first dress that caught my eye. Yes, that’s the entire dress. No leggings to go with it and, thanks to Cher’s pioneering efforts, perfectly acceptable for me to wear (if I was tan, svelte and had super high heels to wear with it) to my son’s wedding.
Here’s the next one I pulled out. I think I remember wearing that same dress to my first piano recital (I was 7) except in a different color.
Question: I’m not up on all the latest fashion rules and regs for MOGs, but if a mom wears all black to her son’s wedding, is she transmitting a silent message? As if she’s in mourning or something?
Because I absolutely would not want to do that either of my sons’ weddings. I love both my dil2bs.
Back to my shopping adventure. Clears throat. Sighs.
I remembered they have some dresses and skirts and things in the separates department, so I hopped the escalator and zipped down there. Here’s what I found.
Finally I found this dress.
I texted Sister Debbie that I now understood what Sackcloth was in the Bible.
She texted back, “Are you going to wear ashes with it?”
If I can’t find something I like better than that? YES! 🙂
I’m starting to think a new pair of jeans with a little bling on the pockets would make a great MOG outfit.
I got some great advice on Facebook the other day. Carol Moore said when her boys got married she was told to wear beige and keep her mouth shut.
I laughed out loud!
So what do you think is best for a MOG? Lockjaw and beige? Black? Any color at all as long as the spandex in the fabric doesn’t suck it so tightly, I look like the Michelin Tire Man?
Any votes for blingy jeans? 🙂
- Dress For Your Body Type (gliks.com)
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- What You Should Wear to a Wedding – Rules and Traditions (personalsunitedstates.wordpress.com)