Tuscany Collection 2014
Inspired by iconic elements of the 20s, including Neo-classic columns, dropped-waist Deco designs, slinky sheaths and jewellery 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; flora 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 influence of yesteryear, embracing the bride of today.
Tuscany Collection – Mia (back view) Dazzle in this sensational Chantilly lace gown with sensuous low back.
Tuscany Collection – Mia (front view)
Tuscany Collection – Evangeline – Romantic and timelessly elegant ballgown.
Tuscany Collection – Vivienne – Dazzling Swarovski crystal jacket lays atop a strapless lace gown!
Tuscany Collection – Vivienne – Stunningly shapely strapless silhouette with beaded jacket removed.
Tuscany Collection – Cortina – Vintage elements and all things feminine in the dazzling sheath gown.
Tuscany Collection – Cortina – Dramatic lace illusion back.
To view more of our fabulous Tuscany Collection visit our Maggie Sottero designer pages.