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Wanted! Mother of the Bride Dresses With Sleeves!

Style and color are essential when choosing the right Mother of the Bride dress. Finding a skirt covering the arms is also at the top of many women’s wish lists. If you are someone who prefers to camouflage the jiggly bits on your upper arms, no worries. There are lots of options out there. Let’s take a look.

 

1. Long Sleeves

For some women, nothing short of a full sleeve will do. Plus size mother of the bride dresses with sleeves are particularly popular for women who carry extra weight in their arms. The only drawback is that long sleeves can be hot. Plus, they don’t look as delicate as you may like for an affair as romantic and sentimental as a wedding.

If you know that you want arm coverage, there are more subtle ways to achieve that. Usually, only the upper part of the arm women fret about, so here’s how to cover that.

Embellished Illusion Lace Gown | Illusion Sleeve Dress | Mesh Sleeve Scuba Crepe Gown

2. Sheer Sleeves

This is an excellent trick many celebrities use. Instead of long, opaque sleeves, they wear evening gowns and cocktail dresses with sheer sleeves. A gown with see-through sleeves gives the illusion of coverage but looks light and airy. It’s the perfect Mother of the Bride or Mother of the groom dress with sleeves.

 

Ribbon Tie Lace Midi Dress | Ruched Twist Column Gown | Lace Midi Dress

3. Lace Sleeves

Lace sleeves are another great solution. A lace sleeve like this will contain the jiggle but make your dress look romantic and feminine.

 

Tulip Hem Sheath Gown | Mock Two-Piece Cocktail Dress | Ruched Twist Gown

4. Elbow or 3/4 Length Sleeves

A 3/4 length sleeve dress is a favorite with the Mother of the Bride. You still show some skin but in all the right places.

 

Beaded Kimono Sleeve Gown | Bell Sleeve Dress | High Low Hem A-Line Gown

5. Full Sleeves

If your arms are complete, a regular width lace sleeve or a sheer sleeve may be too tight, so a great option is a dress with mid-length full sleeves.

 

Jacket and Embellished Midi Dress Set | Lace Cocktail Dress with Jacket | Scallop Sleeve Two-Piece Jacket Dress

6. A Jacket

Here’s a great way to cover up and looks stylish. Many sleeveless dresses come with a matching jacket to cover the arms. Take a look at these two dresses. Whether you like your arms covered at all times or you want to cover up for the church, these evening sheath dresses with lace jackets are an attractive option.

 

Jeweled Cape Column Gown | Sequin Gown and Cape | Embroidered Cape Back Gown

7. A Caped Dress

These dresses are new and exciting. Dramatic types love them. The unique chiffon overlay creates floaty, full sleeves to camouflage wide arms and gives you a very ethereal look. This style will be a good option if you want semi-arm coverage or if you like the fashion-forward feel of a charming cape.

NEED MORE IDEAS?

If you are the Mother of the bride or groom and need to know what to wear on your wedding day, then be sure to pick up a copy of Tweak, Your Chic: Mother of the Bride!

It’s full of tips and photos showing you how to look fabulous on one of the important occasions ever! Get it now.

 

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