The godmother occupies a leading and very special role on the wedding day. Her arrival arm in arm with the groom is one of the most special and emotional moments of the wedding, that is why the choice of her style has to be up to the moment According to the protocol, the godmother has to go long, it does not matter if the wedding It is during the day or in the afternoon, and it is always possible to wear a headdress or mantilla (in daytime weddings all the guests can wear a headdress) to complete their styling.
Matilda Cano is one of the guest firms with the greatest variety of proposals, that is why we offer you these sophisticated godmother dresses, simple models with details and in trend colors, perfect for surprising guests.
Dresses that look like two pieces
Godmother’s collection is very wide and we see different types of dresses but all of them with classic airs with flattering trend cuts. False two-piece designs because it is a peplum dress with movement thanks to the details of the side ruffles or cape models.
Details that make the difference
Ideal are the romantic models in powdery colors with beading or lace details that give it that classic godmother touch, the central opening that gives it a sexy touch, and the maxi bow for a youthful look.
The most austere models for simple godmothers
The most classic dresses are simple, austere and even minimalist, with only the detail of a matching sash to accentuate the waist. Perfect models for the most austere bridesmaids.
Oversized cut designs
Oversize cuts are a trend and that is why the brand also proposes designs that move away from straight silhouettes to give way to broader ones or replace the straight silhouette with slightly flared skirts.
Ruffles, flowers and bows
Ruffles, flowers and bows… details that are responsible for giving the designs an extra touch of sophistication so that they are not so simple but without becoming baroque. Just the right detail, accompanied by bows, satin belts and satin cuffs, a contrast of fabrics that is impeccable.
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