Award Winning Maggie Sottero Wedding dresses – 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 redeﬁ ned couture bridal fashion with its commitment to impeccable
styling and incomparable ﬁ t at an affordable price.
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 ﬁ t known simply as the “Maggie
Magic,” the result of meticulous attention to, and scrutiny of, design and ﬁ tting 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.
MAGGIE SOTTERO: IMPECCABLE STYLING. INCOMPARABLE FIT.
ABOUT THE SPRING 2014 MAGGIE SOTTERO COLLECTION
Inspired by iconic elements of the 20s, including Neo-classic columns, dropped-waist Deco designs, slinky
sheaths and jewelry inspired beading, Maggie Sottero’s Spring 2014 collection calls out to today’s romantic
bride seeking a modern twist on traditional styling. Sexy necklines and backlines show off cowls, plunging Vs
and loads of illusion, while sleeves dance the length of the arm, from caps to shorts to three-quarter, and caplets
and boleros hint at demure sophistication. Watch for illusion lace gracing backs, necklines and sleeves; ﬂ ora
botanica adorning sheer organza appliqués and lace edged hems; subtle shades of blush, Champagne, and
nude; and less structured, lighter weight styles for the bride with an eye on the after-party, as well as the walk
down the aisle. Maggie Sottero celebrates vintage romance this season, toasting the inﬂ uence of yesteryear,
embracing the bride of today
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