(Closed) Maggie adorae brides

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

If possible, could you post a picture of the tag inside the dress?

Post # 6
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Ahh, its a Sottero and Midgley. That looks legit to me, did it come with a certificate of authenticity?

http://www.sotteroandmidgley.com/brides_beware.aspx

They have a small image of what the S and M cert looks like. If you didn’t receive one when you purchased the dress, just call your salon up and say “Hey, I was wanting to frame my certification to hang with my dress once I preserve it, and realized that I left the store without it. When would be a good time for me to come pick it up? Thanks!”

Or something along those lines (For me, it wouldn’t be a lie, because I do plan on framing the cert with the perserved dress!).

Post # 8
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@Hmvascek:  I’m pretty sure that Adorae is just a part of the Sottero and Midgley line. These dresses can have a higher price tag than dresses in the Maggie line (they aren’t the same dresses though), but $1200 for Adorae is a very fair price. I don’t believe there is a “Maggie Sottero” Adorae. I think that, unless specifically noted, most people just associate Adorae with the Maggie Sottero line, since you can find ALL of Maggie Sottero AND Sottero and Midgley on the same website, and from the same drop down menu. If you note the top of the website, it will change if you select a Maggie dress or a Sottero and Midgley dress.

I’m still confused about the layer of tulle and the “off” stitches of the top. If you’re comfortable doing so, perhaps you could post some pictures of the dress? I’m having a hard time picturing this. Isn’t Adorae satin?

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