In case you didn't know already, Maggie Sottero has launched a new plus size wedding dress campaign featuring Liris Crosse (who rose to fame from being the first plus size model to grace the runway on the hit show Project Runway). Dubbed the "Naomi Campbell of plus size", she rocks this campaign.
So what makes this collection different? Well, the plus size versions on most of these wedding dresses have been adjusted to allow for a bride to wear shapewear, a real bra, and most have "extras" inside the gowns to provide a better fit for all of our plus size brides out there! When I say adjusted, it means that Maggie Sottero has gone forward and offered a higher back on the plus size gown, or a more modest bust to allow for proper coverage, and even graded bra cups to provide a better fit in the bust (yes please). Another cool extra is that shapewear is offered inside select Maggie Sottero plus size gowns. The shapewear is built inside the gown, in an effort not to have to wear additional spanx underneath the gown itself.
The gowns below we currently have in-stock to try in plus sizes in our Nashua NH plus size wedding dress showroom! If you're looking for a plus size wedding dress in Boston, you have got to hop in your car and drive 45 minutes to see our collection, it's unreal. We have an entire plus size wedding dress store in NH that is located inside our bridal shop that stocks over 200+ plus size wedding dresses for brides to actually TRY ON! We stock plus size wedding dresses from all of the Maggie Sottero Designs group, as well as plus size wedding dresses from today's hottest bridal designers. Check out Liris rocking a few of our favorites below!
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