Whether you’ve got an important new ring on your finger or were just born with the gene for general wedding dress obsession (it’s a dominant one!), settle in for some quality scrolling time, because we have fresh-off-the-runway looks from Maggie Sottero—one company that gets our need for options. In case you’re not already familiar, it offers three different labels that cover the full range of looks and price points: Maggie Sottero (all about classic romance), Sottero and Midgley (couture glamour), and Rebecca Ingram (elegant yet budget-friendly). The over-arching inspiration behind all of their new fall/winter 2019 wedding dresses: a modern woman—you know, you—who’s more confident and empowered than ever while fully embracing being feminine. Maybe she wants to play up her curves, or reflect her individuality, or finally live out her most princess-adjacent fantasies (the sort involving sweetheart ballgowns, acres of tulle and/or enough Swarovski to outbling a Kardashian). Whatever aesthetic direction your own bridal fantasies tend to wander in, get ready for designs that enliven the most shapely silhouettes with layers of intrigue—intricate lace motifs and patterns, luxe fabrics and textures, and the most delicate or decadent shimmers and sparkle. And yes, all of the new wedding dresses you’re about to see are offered in sizes 00 to 28. So go ahead, you powerful-yet-feminine creature, let the daydreaming begin.
This playful update on the classic sweetheart princess dress subtly incorporates of-the-moment fashion trends, with polka-dot tulle layered into the skirt and detachable lace straps that sit off the shoulder.
Here’s how to go full-coverage for your wedding dress but still look and feel so sexy—an illusion, bateau-neck top with half sleeves is encrusted in sparkling Swarovski crystals and beading, topping off a ballgown with an airy tulle skirt. The scoop back with covered buttons dips juuuust low enough.
Wedding dresses can’t get more showstopping than a ballgown with a sequined-tulle skirt, right? Plus, three color choices for the lace bodice let you choose your level of visual drama: all ivory, ivory lace over champagne, or black lace over champagne.
All curves and lacy romance, this fit-and-flare, cap-sleeved stunner serves up plunging illusion-lace drama in both the front and back.
With or without its frothy tulle cape, this body-hugging, jersey-lined lace sheath is made for a modern, bohemian drama queen.
With its tiered tulle pickups, vintage-inspired beading and detachable off-the-shoulder sleeves, this ballgown balances gorgeous tradition with modern fluidity.
Boho cool meets glam Chantily lace in this unique sheath with a keyhole bateau neckline and an illusion V in the back; this style also comes with spare lace motifs that make it easy to tweak the reveals based on your own body and preferences.
This modern, lighthearted play on a princess ballgown features an allover-lace skirt, Swarovski-and-beads bodice and sheer cap sleeves.
Part bohemian, part princess and all glamorous drama, this ballgown fully showcases the decolletage with its wide, scalloped V neckline and illusion long sleeves.
All chicness and curves, this textured-tulle fit-and-flare gown practically dances and twirls all on its own—and comes in an ethereal ivory-over-blush color option.
A deep, nude-lined illusion V and lace-meets-tulle textural contrast make this fit-and-flare flattering to any figure. Optional: a detachable Swarovski belt to accent your waistline.
An illusion-lace halter top and layers of airy sparkle tulle make this ballgown as light and easy to wear as it is head-turning and memorable.
This dress is all about those delicate, feminine details: a sweetheart neckline, spaghetti straps, an illusion back traced with little pearl buttons, and lace patterns choreographed into their own beautiful dance.
Try on our hot-off-the-runway favorites from Maggie Sottero, Sottero and Midgley, and Rebecca Ingram at a store near you.