Friday, October 10, 2014

No 26. Maggie Sottero

No 26. Maggie Sottero

Award Winning Designer Label

Maggie Sottero Designs is one of the most recognized and sought after bridal gown manufacturers in the world. Established in 1997, Maggie Sottero redefined couture bridal fashion with its commitment to impeccable styling and incomparable fit at an affordable price.
Debi Awards, Desert Rose Awards, Diva Awards, Dallas Rose Awards, Wedding Idea's, Retail Bridal Wear Association Award
With design studios in Sydney, Australia, as well as Salt Lake City, Utah, design inspiration is curated from an international landscape, patterned with artistry by seasoned experts and imbued with panache unique to international collaboration. Maggie Brides not only experience innovative designs, but luxurious fabrics, Swarovski crystals, hand-sewn embellishments and the renowned, slenderizing fit known simply as the "Maggie Magic," the result of meticulous attention to, and scrutiny of, design and fitting details.
In October of 2010, Maggie Sottero was inducted into the DEBI "Distinctive Excellence in the Bridal Industry" hall of fame, and is honored to have received numerous additional bridal industry awards, as well as nominations for a host of others.

Company Mission

To make dreams a reality for every Maggie Sottero bride by delivering innovative designs, superior quality and best-­in-­class service.

About the Fall 2014 Maggie Sottero Collection:

Smitten with the glamour of bygone eras, the Maggie Sottero Fall 2014 collection infuses classic silhouettes with starlet detailing for today's romantic bride. Decadent beading spills over shoulders, plunges along backs, fuses with lace bodices and weaves intricate patterns of Art-Deco inspired design throughout entire gowns. Provocative illusion lace and tulle gracefully transform necklines, fall into sleeves, adorn sexy low backs, and pair with beading in caplets and jackets. Feminine details abound, from diaphanous veils and sexy boudoir slips to cut-out backs and off-the-shoulder necklines, while pale shades of pink, blush, Champagne and nude offer softer, contemporary alternatives to traditional white.

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