Maggie Sottero is bringing a fashion statement from the 1970s to 21st century wedding vogue, and women around the world thank her. The fit and flare silhouette is back—a style that fits snugly through the waist and along the hips to just above the knee before it flares in beauty and elegance to swirl romantically around the feet. Women everywhere love this style, which works for nearly every body type, large or small, curvy or straight, because of its ability to disguise imperfections and enhance every line of a woman’s shape. Although Maggie Sottero did not invent this style, she has certainly perfected it, as is shown in her Spring 2013 fashion show.
The Fit and Flare collection certainly fulfills her mission “to make dreams a reality for every Maggie Sottero bride by delivering innovative designs, superior quality, and best-in-class service.” In delivering quality and service, Sottero has focused on “every bride.” She has offered something for everybody not only economically. She shows conservative and traditional with white lace, rhinestones, and slight sleeves, as well as dresses that are more flamboyant, shimmering in gold bedazzled on off-white satin. For the extreme bride, a gown with black embroidered roses will make sure hers is remembered as gown of the year, unless it’s overpowered by a sexy bombshell dress with a ruffled, strapless top that accentuates every peak and valley. No matter what your personal fashion profile, Maggie Sottero can put you into a bridal gown that you will cherish.