Our obsession with Maggie Sottero is out of control.

Recently, I was browing through some wedding gown vendors in NJ, and with each website, I looked at what designers they carried. This blog, like all others, is strictly opinion based, but Maggie Sottero has got to be one of the best designers of wedding gowns…ever.

A few months ago I wrote a blog about finding the right wedding gown for your shape. Mermaids aren’t for everyone, and neither are ballgowns. Sadly, if you’re in love with a certain designer and they only specialize in strapless satin trumpet dresses, then you might be looking elsewhere.

Please take a minute to fall in love with Maggie.

This designer has the dress for everyone. Literally, for everyone. Whether you need a simple drop waist with no embellishment, or a full on strapless ballgown with dozens of pickups, you really can’t go wrong. In fact, if I were going to get married all over again, as happy as I was with my gown (Vineyard Collection from Priscilla of Boston) I would check out Maggie’s gowns.

There are collections that simply won’t include non-strapless, but not every girl can carry that. This one didn’t…. But Maggie has gowns for those of us that need a little “pick me up” in the front, and straps that can be anything from simple to decked out all the way.

I would absoutely recommend visiting a bridal salon that has Maggie Sottero as a designer. Even if you only tried on her dresses, the style she designs ranges from simple to elegant to over the top to princess to whatever you can think of and beyond.

Don’t believe us? Visit her website to see that the proof is in the pudding:

and let us know which one you end up buying for the big day!

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  1. I love the design of that wedding dress, looks so sexy and beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. You’re so welcome! Her collection is exquisite!

  3. My wedding is in this year and for that I am looking a stunning yellow color wedding dress. I know I have lots of time to buy but I want to buy some unique collections that’s why I need your help.

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  4. First of all I want to say excellent blog! I had a quick question that I’d
    like to ask if you do not mind. I was curious to
    know how you center yourself and clear your mind before writing.
    I’ve had trouble clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out.

    I do enjoy writing but it just seems like the first 10
    to 15 minutes are usually lost just trying to figure out how to
    begin. Any suggestions or tips? Appreciate it!

    1. Thanks for asking this question! I am often asked how I know what to write and how to avoid writer’s block. The truth is, I have more ideas than time to write! That said, sometimes I will sit down to write and come up with nothing- so I always keep a running list of ideas the moment they come to me.

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