6 Art Deco Wedding Dresses From Maggie Sottero
Beaded Cap Sleeves
The sheer beading on this shiny charmeuse gown adds just the right touch of sparkle. A lace cap and edged chapel veil really seals the deal of this Daisy-inspired wedding day look.
A thin front key hole design gives this fit-and-flare lace-covered dress a sexy detail that is utra sophisticated.
Sheer Beaded Cover-Up
While a slinky, spaghetti strap gown is so Carolyn Bassette Kennedy, adding a sheer removable beaded blouse is the perfect accessory. It acts as a cover-up for the ceremony and takes this classic gown from simple to chic.
The sheerness of this plunging neckline is totally red carpet-worthy. For a super luxe look, an all-over beaded gown with glam gold undertones is just what you need.
A glitzy belt will match the crystal straps and be just the right amount of beading on this flared gown.
The Cowl Back
This dress may look like a simple sheath, but it has the most beautiful, low cowl back. A back view will really ‘WOW’ your wedding guests and make for fabulous photos.
Want to see them walk? See the full runway show here!
Lastly, to be the first to actually see this fabulous new collection in person and to try on these hot-off-the-runway gowns (available everywhere fall 2013), they will be at Trudys Brides in Campbell, CA from May 11-27, 2013 for an exclusive debut event just for brides! If you know a Knottie in the Bay Area, then be sure to share!
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