It’s a new year, meaning plenty of affianced people are about to be very busy planning the details for their upcoming spring and summer weddings. For those who haven’t yet found “the one”—and we mean the dress, not your future spouse!—we suggest you take a look at the Maggie Sottero collection from Maggie Sottero Designs, which features many of the biggest wedding dress trends of 2019. The designer has a little something for everyone—be it a flowy, romantic gown for the boho bride, or a structured, long-sleeved look for the one still obsessing over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal nuptials. Below are a few of our favorite wedding dresses from the Maggie Sottero collection.
For those brides-to-be still thinking about the Duchess of Sussex’s long-sleeved boat neck dress from last year’s royal wedding, Maggie Sottero’s Olyssia gown, which also features a bateau neckline should fit the bill.
Perhaps Markle’s chic Stella McCartney white halter reception dress is more your cup of tea? If so, then something like the Claudia Dawn design, with its simple crepe sheath silhouette design, is a better fit.
For those who like to let loose on the dance floor, why not take a page from Kaley Cuoco’s lace Tadashi Shoji after-party look? Maggie Sottero’s Milan jumpsuit features romantic cap sleeves and an unexpected tulle overskirt for those who still want to add a touch of drama to their party outfit.
Of course, there’s a reason why a lace strapless dress remains one of the top bridal styles of all time—it looks good on everyone! This is also true for Maggie Sottero’s Saige gown, which features a fit-and-flare silhouette, sweetheart neckline, and lace motifs on top of soft, ethereal tulle.
Bolder brides might like the Carmella dress, which features a plunging V-neckline and open back, and a subtle see-through skirt, recalling the naked dresses favored by celebrities like Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez.
If a grand entrance and exit is the goal, then consider the open-back Evangelina gown with its eye-catching assortment of Swarovski crystals, which accentuate the shoulders and backline. As an added final touch, a delicate ribbon of pearls dangles alongside the spinal column. Who says all the fun has to be in the front?
Boho brides on the hunt for something free-spirited and easy-going should look no further than the Angelica dress, soft and romantic, with draped cold-shoulder sleeves and cascading lace that will pair beautifully with a wispy baby’s breath floral crown.
Finally, if you know that your M.O. on your wedding day is going to be go big or go home then there’s no better accessory to incorporate into your bridal look than a cape. Fashion forward brides who don’t want to wear a traditional veil take note! This vintage-inspired beaded version, pictured here with Maggie Sottero’s Janson dress, is a show-stopper.
This post is sponsored by Maggie Sottero Designs. All opinions expressed are those of the author.