Mother of The Bride Dresses & Outfits
Vanity Fair is one of Ireland’s leading boutiques for Mother of the Bride Dresses and Mother of the Bride Outfits. Stocking from size 8 to 28, labels include Condici, John Charles, Luis Civit, Teresa Ripoll and many more. We are also home to three of Ireland’s top designers – Dublin based Caroline Kilkenny and Aideen Bodkin and Wexford label Kymaia. We pride ourselves on our professional, warm and polite service and we endeavour to ensure you are a happy customer. Come and visit our boutique in Newbridge, County Kildare, and have a browse through our mother of the bride collection of dresses and outfits; we have one of the largest selections available.
Things of interest
Top Ten Shopping Tips for Mother of the Bride/Groom
These may seem like very obvious comments but you would be surprised how often we forget these basic rules when we go out shopping.
First and foremost, you know you best. If you feel good in what you are wearing, that confidence will shine through and you will look good too. It’s not always a great idea to bring a lot of people with you when choosing such an important outfit, as it is unlikely that you will get four or five women to agree on anything unanimously! Like I said, you know you best, so your opinion is the most important. After that, it is important what the bride herself thinks and possibly your husband could give you honest good advice.
When to shop for Mother of the Bride or Groom Outfits
We are a large shop with a large selection of labels, so whenever you choose to shop you will have plenty dresses and outfits to pick from, we just want to guide you a little!
There are two main deliveries each year. The spring/summer collection starts to arrive before Christmas and we continue to get deliveries each week right up until the middle of February. This means technically we are not fully delivered until mid Feb. but the truth is we are never “fully stocked” as we are selling as the deliveries come. The styles that arrive in December are usually sold by the time the last delivery arrives.January and February are traditionally...
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