Maggie Sottero Gail

Product details

Romantic with a sense of deep complexity, the Maggie Sottero Gail Beaded Chantilly Lace Bridal Gown is the perfect choice for any bride who wants to look like royalty on her wedding day. This one-of-kind piece is designed with a figure-flattering a-line silhouette that pairs a fitted strapless bodice with a flared statement-making skirt for a beautiful play on proportions. Beaded motifs dance across the tulle and Chantilly lace bodice, adding sophisticated shimmer and shine. A v-cut back further accents the upper body, playing perfectly with the lace motifs throughout. The statement layered tulle skirt completes the look, adding feminine texture with lace motifs and a breathtaking scalloped trim. Available in a beautiful selection of colors and sizes, this gown will be absolute perfection on any chic bride!

  • Tulle and Chantilly lace fabrication
  • Strapless neckline
  • Beaded lace motifs throughout the bodice
  • V-cut back
  • Corset or zipper closure
  • A-line silhouette
  • Fitted natural waistline
  • Statement layered tulle skirt with lace motifs and scalloped trim
  • Chapel-style train
  • Multiple color options and sizes available

Fit and Sizing:

When taking measurements for this dress, we recommend paying attention to bust and waist measurements.

This dress runs one or to two sizes smaller than your normal dress size. We recommend being professionally measured to ensure the best fit. Please see fit notes on this style:

BUST: Great for any cup size and comfortable fit in bust area

WAIST: Fitted at natural waist

HIPS: Loose and comfortable fit through hips

LENGTH: Shown in floor length. Dress accommodates for a height up to 5"8" with additional lengths available for an extra charge

UNDERGARMENTS: Should be worn with a strapless bra or bra cups

FABRIC: Fabric liner has some stretch

GREAT FOR: Apple, Hourglass, Athletic, Pear, Petite, Straight and Narrow, and Plus Size.

 Fabric and Care:

 For best results, please contact a dry-cleaning specialist for this product.

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