Style at Any Age: The best mother’s day gift


Whether you’re thinking about your mother, your daughter or any special women in your life — Armoire can help.

Mother’s day is around the corner, and here’s your chance to shower your special woman with all the love. This is time to make the best lady in your life feel special — the one who never seems to want anything, but does appreciate the teeniest thoughts.

I like to extend the concept of this beautiful day to many amazing women who nurtured me while growing up, besides my lovely mom, and continue to do so. Whether you want to wish your own mom, mom-in-law, a new mom or any mother figure in your lives — I have the perfect way to do so.

This mother’s day, gift your mother or daughter an infinite clothing selection from Armoire and help make their lives just a little bit easier. Now, here’s a gift that just keeps on giving. To take it up a notch, take your mother out on a special date and match your outfits for the day! Because who doesn’t secretly still like a dress-up party?

You’re literally your mother’s ‘mini-me’, and you’ll always be. So while she probably dressed you in a similar style to her own when you were a little kid, you can recreate that same mother-daughter moment now, with Armoire.

Here are some specially-curated styles for both your mother or daughter and you, so you can be like mother like daughter:




Peachy pink

Millennial pink is definitely the ‘it’ color of the season, and this is the perfect combination to wear for a cosy day out with your special woman. A lace, flirty dress for one and a draped, salmon sheath for the other. These dresses are best worn with tasteful, minimal accessories. Think thin, layered gold necklaces and classic pearl earrings.

These outfits lean on the dressier side, so make the most of them! Take them to a brunch spot, or to a sundowner. Wear these for an evening spent on a yacht, and watch the sun go down together. There’s many more dress options as part of your membership, so you’ll have the time back to focus on some great mother-daughter bonding!




Florals for spring

‘Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking!’ — Miranda Priestly famously said in The Devil Wears Prada, one of my favorite movies of all time. But florals are here to stay. One look at the spring-summer 2018 runway trends, designers from D&G to Marc Jacobs to Gucci have reiterated that flirty gardenias are one of the biggest trends this season. Florals are taking a fresh, new vibe with a 60s twist.

Armoire has the perfect floral fix for your mother-daughter duo — with these bright, painterly florals on a dark top. Add retro-chic sunglasses or a bright headscarf for bonus points. With this updated version of our favorite floral trend, I’m sure the fastidious Ms. Priestly too would approve. These tops are non-fussy, chic and clamoring to be taken out for a picnic in the park. Don’t forget the strawberries and the bubbly. La dolce vita!




Ruffle me up

There is no age to young or too mature to wear ruffles, frills and flounces. However, what does matter is the cut and style of your top. With ruffles, it is best to steer clear of too many accessories and let the clothes do all the talking. Here are two gorgeous ruffled blouses just perfect for you and your mother or daughter.

The best thing about these pieces is how versatile they are. They can be dressed up and down depending on where you’re going. Make sure your bottoms are streamlined though, to avoid looking frumpy. Pair them with jeans for the movies and a nice dinner, or with shorts if you want to stroll about the farmer’s market or get breakfast at a beach shack.




High shine

3.1 Phillip Lim knows how to do elegant with just a touch of edgy! These metallic bottoms are making a strong case for a night of cocktails and chic. Get your sparkle on when you take your special lady out for a drink (or three!) and hit every spot on your list in town.

These jacquard pieces are statement separates that you can pair with wardrobe basics. The pants will go fabulously with a white silk shirt and red lips, and the mini skirt just needs a simple black tank and big, blown-out hair. The best way to wear metallic colors, you ask? With confidence. Shine on, ladies!

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