Bags are great to give for Mother's Day. For one, it simply won't take you too long to select the best one for your mom Not only are they stylish and almost every woman's wardrobe must, they are extremely practical. They save you all the trouble too, since you don't have to worry about how they will fit, unlike if you had to choose clothes and shoes as gifts. Bags are so dynamic these days you'll never run out of gift ideas.
Handbags can complete a look. They are accessories your mother may never leave the house without. Handbags are there to compliment an overall outfit. They can say something about the kind of person carrying them, whether that person is outdoorsy, a busy professional, a partier or laid back. Thus, a handbag can say a lot about the personality of the owner.
You'll never lack for options when it comes to bags. There so many different kinds of bags available as gift ideas. Materials range from leather to plastic to cotton. Bags can also come in many different shapes and sizes imaginable. They can either be a half-moon, loge or bread in shape. These shapes may sound peculiar but they do exist.
Selecting the Best One - Now let's talk about choosing the best bag for your mom this Mother's Day. First you need to find out what your mom's wardrobe is like. Check out what colors she usually likes to wear. This will give you an idea of what colors she wants on her bags.
Now you can observe what types of bags she actually carries around often. Are they shoulder bags or does she usually use bags with long straps over one shoulder to the opposite hip? Also think about the size and how roomy a bag is. Check if it has a number of compartments. If you notice your mom is always carrying a lot of things to the office she may want a bigger bag with lots of compartments inside. She may also attend lots of formal gatherings and may want a smaller and more elegant purse for a change.
When choosing a bag, you can go for one that is unique in design and can stand out from the crowd. You may go and dare get her something she's never had before. Sometimes unique and even peculiar gifts make the best surprises. Check out jeweled and beaded evening bags and even those with fake fur or animal prints! A tip is also to include matching accessories inside, like a key chain, coin purse, eyeglass case or wallet.
You may go with cloth purses, which tend to be more colorful, bold and great to take to the beach or park. There are even reversible cloth purses.
Another cool gift idea is to buy mom a dog purse (if she likes to bring her toy breed around town). There are so many fashionable dog purses, even designer ones. Or go for cigar box purses, which are literally made of wood just like in the glamorous days of the 1920s.
Activities For Mothers Day
“A lot of times we see couples getting a divorce fail to specify in their separation agreement that the kids will spend Mother’s Day with the mother," says Janet Fritts, an attorney with Rosen Divorce. “They’ll specify who gets the kids during Christmas and Easter, but they might forget to agree on who gets the kids the weekend of Mother’s Day. If the father only has the kids two out of fourteen days, he’ll likely be unwilling to let the kids spend Sunday, Mother’s Day, with the mom."
Members of the firm say it’s an important way for people who are co-parenting to increase amicability of the situation by helping their children celebrate Mother’s Day with their mother. Also, issues build around child support where if the father is paying child support to the mother, he might not be willing to help the child purchase a gift for mom. Yet Fritts stresses the importance of parents teaching their children respect, which includes recognizing their mothers on Mother’s Day by purchasing even a small gift, a gesture just as important on Father’s Day.
Rosen Divorce also stresses the importance of Mother’s Day for families that are still together. “Mother’s Day is usually the breaking point in a lot of relationships where there are children," said Fritts. “Just after Mother’s Day we typically see an increase in women concerned that their marriage is deteriorating and explore divorce as an option. Maybe they didn’t get anything special for Christmas, and for Valentine’s Day they just got a card, if anything, but if Mother’s Day is forgotten they really feel a lack of respect and love."
With offices in Raleigh and Charlotte, Rosen Divorce is the largest divorce firm in North Carolina. Founded in 1990, the firm is dedicated to providing individual growth and support to couples seeking divorce by helping them move forward with their lives. Our staff of attorneys, accountants, and specially trained divorce coaches expertly address the complex issues of ending a marriage. Our innovative approach acknowledges that divorce is so much more than just a legal matter. Specialties include child custody, alimony, property distribution, separation agreements, and domestic violence relief.
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