The Mother's Day edit | What to wear and where to wear it

Mums, grandmothers, godmothers, aunts…we’re celebrating wonderful women everywhere this Mother’s Day, with a heart-warming spring fashion edit.

As well as what to wear, we’ve added some Suffolk out-and-about inspiration if a special treat is on the cards.

1950s-inspired fashion will get you in the mood for this new live show

When did you last visit the beautiful, historic Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds? A vibrant, colourful production, Home, I’m Darling is the perfect excuse to go back. Filled with 1950s music and dancing it’s on until April 2nd and, if you book now, there’s a 2-for-1 ticket offer.

What to wear:

Wide skirts and cropped cardis in bright colours to channel the 50s vibe. Accessories essential.

Aspiga Demi wrap dress £115

Rino & Pelle Nolena cardigan £59.95

Part Two Nillie sunglasses £29.95

Oksana MBG clutch bag £119

Comfy but cool is what you need for a crafty trip to Blackthorpe Barn

Get your creative juices flowing. This willow weaving workshop is a great gift for a special lady (yourself?!). Feel the satisfaction that comes from learning a new skill and making something lovely with your own hands.

What to wear:

Cosy, textured knitwear, relaxed wide jeans and ankle boots with attitude

Rino & Pelle Erda cardigan £59.95

Paige Anessa raw hem jeans £255.99

Alpe 2301 Chunky Sole Chelsea boots £145

Dressing up with confidence for a special Mother’s Day lunch

The Northgate in Bury St Edmunds has Mother’s Day specials on its Sunday lunch menu on March 27th. One of our favourite places to eat with family and friends, the Northgate’s modern opulence makes it the perfect backdrop for a luxurious meal, and a great excuse to dress up - as if we ever need an excuse!

What to wear:

It’s time to dress up. Be bold and beautiful in a head-turning print frock

Fabienne Chapot Charlie dress £149.99

Marella Verbano dress £205

Jessica Russell Flint button tea dress £335

Oneseason Violet dress £154