Eva Longoria, Courtney Cox and of course the Duchess of Sussex herself chose plain wedding dresses for their big day, and it’s easy to understand why. Plain fabrics create a classic and timeless bridal look that you can treasure for all of your married life, and that’s why we’re showing off a selection of our plainer gowns in this weeks window displays. Let us know what you think!
Maggie Sottero – Dayton
Opulent beading and pearls adorn the opaque side insets and waistline of this simple yet elegant Keela Mikado A-line wedding dress, featuring pockets at the hip, modest cap-sleeves, and a jewel neckline. Finished with covered buttons over zipper closure.
Sottero and Midgley – McCall
Luxe Reena Mikado creates this dramatic, structured A-line wedding dress with sophisticated bateau neckline, scene-stealing sheer panel inset at side seams, hidden pockets, and stunning open back. Finished with covered buttons over zipper closure.
Maggie Sottero – Maurelle
Swarovski crystals and beaded lace motifs cascade along the illusion plunging keyhole neckline and illusion halter back in this sexy wedding dress, comprised of Aldora crepe. Crystal buttons drift from zipper to hemline.
Sottero and Midgley – Liam
This Aldora Satin wedding dress features an illusion capelet overlay accented in beading and Swarovski crystals, with beaded fringe accenting the illusion cap-sleeves and illusion scoop back. Fit-and-flare complete with dramatic V-back and sweetheart neckline. Finished with crystal buttons and zipper closure accented in back ruching.