Salt Lake City: Maggie Sottero Designs (www.maggiesottero.com), the bridal design-house of the award-winning Maggie Sottero and Sottero and Midgley labels, announced today it will unveil a third label: Rebecca Ingram, a line of high-quality wedding gowns inspired by today’s value-conscious bride. Many of the gowns retail for less than $1000, in keeping with the new label’s vision of delivering timeless, elegant wedding dresses at economical prices.
Preview the affordable collection at www.rebeccaingram.com.
“For nearly 20 years, Maggie Sottero Designs has delivered innovative designs and incomparable fit to brides,” said Bob Cahoon, President of Maggie Sottero Designs. “As wedding trends shift, some brides place higher value on goals like a down payment for a home or a once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon. Demand for high-quality, affordable fashion is increasing globally, and Rebecca Ingram serves a growing segment of the market while living up to the company’s reputation for excellence.”
Rebecca Ingram is designed for brides desiring a timeless wedding look. Simple, elegant styles include the renowned quality and fit brides have come to expect from Maggie Sottero Designs. The inaugural collection includes subtle illusion necklines and backs, and silhouettes that flatter every figure. With the line’s affordable pricing, dreams of a high-quality, designer wedding dress are attainable for the bride on a budget.
The hallmark features of Maggie Sottero Designs products include:
Maggie’s signature corset closure and boning structure
Internationally sourced fabrics
Brides interested in the collection can find a store on the company website. The collection is anticipated to hit retailers this fall.
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