2018 Khloe Collection Offers Opulent Details From Maggie Sottero

Maggie Sottero, style Elin: Tulle and netting make an impactful statement as lace motifs abound. The decadent illusion neckline enhances this flattering, flowing silhouette. Off-the-shoulder sleeves bring the romance all the way throughout the illusion scoop back. Delicate, fabric-adorned buttons prominently feature over the zipper closure. Available colors: Ivory over Champagne (pictured above) and All Ivory. Available sizes: 0-28.

New York Bride & Co. in Syracuse is stoked to unveil the newest enchantment from Maggie Sottero. The stunning 2018 Khloe Collection is extravagant and full of intricate detailing. Celebrate the magic that is Maggie Sottero and stop in to experience these sensational gowns today! Now that the cold is at full measure, we have some helpful skincare tips to share below to help you maintain a soft glow during your winter wedding:

Success Tips for Combination Skin

Have a shiny nose and dry cheeks? Try skipping the moisturizer on your T-zone and use only sunscreen.

When you’re going outside, layer your cheeks, nose, chin, and lips with an ointment.  Avoid medicated lip balms, as your lips can become “addicted” to them, Prystowsky says.

To ensure your complexion stays hydrated, drink two extra glasses of water and sleep with a humidifier at night when the air tends to be drier.

If you have dry skin:

There is an upside to having dry skin during the winter: you know what you need to do — just do more of it! Start with a soap-free, non-foaming cleanser or milk and take warm, short showers. Hot water melts away natural moisture in your skin, says New York Dermatologist Janet Prystowsky.

Apply moisturizer when your skin is still damp so it penetrates better. Look for one that contains Shea butter and ceramides, which leave the skin soft and supple without greasy residue, says Washington D.C.-based dermatologist Elizabeth Tanzi. Discover more from Brides.com


Maggie Sottero, style Zayn Rose: Enjoy the head-to-toe lace detailing with motifs galore along this fitted sheath gown. Eloquent, timeless and comfortable, this boho inspired wedding gown showcases a scoop back, elegant cap sleeves and sheer lace overtop of a sweetheart neckline. Covered buttons enclose the zipper closure. Available colors: Ivory over Soft Blush (pictured above) and All Ivory. Available sizes: 0-28.

Unleash Your Best Features In Your Wedding Gown

Regardless, of the style of wedding dress or bridesmaid gowns you decide on, ensuring your skin is ready for the big day is a process to begin in advance; especially for weddings during the cooler months. Staying hydrated is essential for every skin type. Feel fabulous and start drinking more water now to be well into your hydration routine by the time the wedding arrives. New York Bride and Company in Syracuse wants you to look and feel your most magical every day. Here are some more useful tips to help you feel sensational and ready to show off your wedding gown below:

Your Eyes

The best part about winter? The holiday cheer. The worst part? The dreary light that makes dark circles look darker and puffy eyes look puffier. Create a glow by using a little under-eye highlighter and having a hint of shimmer in your eye makeup.

Your Lips

If your wedding falls in the middle of the holiday season, consider making your lips appear glossier and add a touch of sparkle and shimmer to your makeup. Just don’t use shimmer on more than one part of your face: Do your lips or your eyes, not both.

Your Skin

Concentrate on warm, glowing hues. If you tend to look pale in winter, invest in a self-tanner and check that your foundation is still a proper match with your skin tone. To make sure your skin doesn’t dry out from the cold, add moisturizing oils to your bath; use a petroleum jelly product on your nails, heels, and elbows; and drink lots of water. The end result? A radiant, lit-from-within look. Check out more fun bridal beauty ideas compliments of  The Knot


Maggie Sottero, style Nerida: This delicate combination of beading and lace motifs over top of textured tulle creates an eye-catching extravaganza! This illusion halter transfers over a sweetheart neckline and continues with a sensuous scoop back. Show off your shoulders in this gorgeous fit and flare design. Available colors: Ivory over Champagne (pictured above), Ivory. Available sizes 0-28.

Don’t Let the Weather Influence Your Skin’s Ability To Be Magical At Your Wedding

Our personable and experienced Bridal Consultant team has heard it all when it comes to weather wedding woes! Stay radiant on your wedding day no matter what skin type you have or what kind of weather the day brings with these excellent tips below:

Oily Skin

If your skin is excessively oily, don’t be fooled, it still needs hydration.

It’s worth noting that black skin is oilier than european skin, because of the melanin that it naturally produces (meaning it has a natural SPF too).

Try not to over exfoliate your skin when its oily, as this encourages oil production.

Find a suitable clay based masque to help absorb excess oils and alternate this weekly with a hydrating masque to replenish lost moisture.

Hands & Feet

Don’t neglect your hands & feet! Just because they are wrapped up warm, doesn’t mean you should neglect them. (Nu Bride: Ooops!) same applies to your face, ensure you moisturise day & night for super soft skin.

I know it’s cold, but drinking water is still one of the best ways to hydrate the skin, if you really can’t drink it cold try warm water & lemon for an early morning detox.  (Nu Bride: Oooh great tip Jules)

Top Tip: Sleep with the heating off in the bedroom and place a bowl or container of water near the radiator when it’s on. Sleeping with a bowl of water in the room when you have central heating keeps moisture in the air. Read more awesome winter skincare tips from NuBride

With more than 15,000 square feet of modern luxury, over 20 dressing rooms and a full staff every day, New York Bride & Co. is the premier bridal salon in Syracuse and the surrounding area. We look forward to serving you soon.