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Featured Mother of the Bride/Groom Dress: Alexander by Daymor 1456

This stylish and modern gown is Daymor 1456 and features a slimming fit and flare silhouette with asymmetrical detailing that defines and shapes in the most flattering way! An open V-neckline is both youthful and tasteful, and combined with the plain crepe fabric allows for any type of statement jewelry. Daymor is definitely a designer for the sophisticated woman.

This dress has the always on-trend short cape sleeve which offers coverage while allowing for full range of movement. The slit skirt does the same so there is no need to worry while walking down the or dancing the night away.

Daymore 1456 back has full line of crystal buttons
Crystal buttons run the length of the dress

Dress Details

The back of this gown defines elegance. Its modest V-neckline works perfectly with a chignon or an updo. The back is also elongating with a dramatic line of crystal buttons fully lining the center back culminating in the sweep train. The train can be bustled, hemmed to floor length, or left at sweep length for the most formal look.

This high quality stretch crepe fabric is substantial but lightweight enough to offer comfort all day long.

Daymor 1456 in multiple colors
Some additional colors of Daymore 1456

Dress Colors

This gown is featured in our store in Blue, but also comes in Twilight Blue, Forest Green, Glacier Blue, Indigo, Navy, Quartz, Fuchsia, Wine, Hematite, and Black. This dress is perfect as well for a black tie affair or other formal event, regardless of the season. The fabric and color options work all year round!

The simple elegance is what makes this dress so special. This gown is perfect for those Mothers who are looking for a sophisticated, less embellished look for the big day. Daymor 1456 is destined to be one of our best Mother of the Bride/Groom dresses! Make sure to put this beauty on your try on list.

If you’re just beginning to look for your MOB/G dress, take a read of our blog How Do You Start Your Search for some great advice!