One of the great features of this designer is that most of the wedding dresses come with a corset back, which helps to create the best fit possible (by tightening or loosening the corset) without having to do alterations that may have been necessary for a wedding gown with a zip up back. Most dresses can also be ordered in petite length (3 inches shorter), which also saves on alterations.
Designed with the classic romantic in mind, Maggie Sottero's Spring 2016 collection whispers modern femininity, fusing timeless silhouettes with alluring details, captivating the traditional bride and charming the modern bride alike. Enchanting and unabashedly romantic, ball gowns are adorned with glittering Swarovski crystal bodices and lighter-than-air tulle, flowing chiffon and barely-there organza skirts. Elegant sheath gowns are bewitching and glamorous, decorated with decadent, dimensional beading or whimsical, ethereal lace. Captivating A-line silhouettes are accented with a feminine touch; soft, voluminous skirts paired with bodices sprinkled with opulent embellishments. Illusion lace is renewed with sexy backlines and plunging necklines, adding a dose of drama to an otherwise demure gown. Sleeves dance along the shoulder, from dainty cap-sleeves to cold shoulder sleeves and couture, short-sleeves. Soft colors continue as a favored trend, ranging from creamy blush to soft gold and sparkling champagne.