It’s easy to fall in love with a picture of a wedding dress, but a picture of a model against a backdrop doesn’t always tell the whole story. How does the dress move? How does it photograph in an outdoor setting? And, most importantly, how does it fit? Today we’re giving you a little treat in the form of Maggie Sottero dresses on real brides and real bodies!
Maggie Sottero houses a family of 3 labels at varying price points and most gowns can be ordered in US sizes from 0 to 28. You can also work with a stylist to personalize your gown to create your dream dress! And with the Style Quiz, it’s easy to get you one step closer to that dream.
You can find Maggie Sottero dresses at authorized retailers in over 70 countries — but first, let’s find you a dress!
Tuscany Royale by Maggie Sottero
This sheath gown was practically made for photo ops. You can personalize it to add long sleeves and change up the slip from blush to white to mauve.
Mallory Dawn by Maggie Sottero
The queen of all ballgowns! The plunging neckline is a stunning detail and you can change it up by going sleeveless or adjusting the length of the train.
Zander by Sottero and Midgley
If this dress looks familiar it’s because you’ve most definitely seen it in one of its other color options: black! But doesn’t the design just stun in ivory?!
Arta by Sottero and Midgley
The perfect gown for a bride who wants to change up her look without changing her dress. The sheath dress has an option detachable train to extend those pretty 3D flowers and it can also go sleeveless!
Elias by Sottero and Midgley
An ultra-feminine mermaid dress that’s covered in shimmery beads. How could you not love it?
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