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Magnolia By Marionat – new line of wedding dress
Sep '11
Marionat Bridal Veil Company, a bridal accessory manufacturer established in the 1950s by founder Philip Levitt, has launched a new line of elegant wedding gowns, Magnolia by Marionat. The line contains 27 innovative dresses that have flattering silhouettes and lavish details. The new line of dresses has been created to be affordable without the sacrifice of quality and beauty. The gowns in this season's collection contain varying skirt styles, necklines, waists, fabrics and embellishments. The mission of Magnolia by Marionat is to design and create stylish, trendy wedding gowns that enhance every woman's natural beauty making her look red carpet ready for their most memorable day.

Paul Levitt, CEO and president of Magnolia by Marionat said, “Magnolia by Marionat was created to have a breadth of styles and designs, it touches upon all the bridal trends and fashion trends in the industry.” Philip Cornier Fashion Consultant added, “We wanted the line of bridal gowns to emulate all of the trends of today by being hip, young and trendy but wanted to stay true to our wedding roots and craft a dress that would be elegant, beautiful and timeless.” The line of bridal gown styles includes: A-line, ball gown, high-low and trumpet skirts and sheath styles. The wedding dresses have varying necklines: off the shoulder, one shoulder, scoop, square, strapless and sweetheart. With all of the different style combinations there is a look that will flatter any woman.

In addition to the varying styles the embellishments and details added to the wedding gowns are simply magnificent. Alencon and Chantilly lace, crystal beading, flowers, ruching and ruffles make the dresses come to life and add character. Mr. Cornier said, “We have flirty dresses, sleek dresses, elegant dresses, ornate gowns and dresses that are head turning stunning works of art.”

Magnolia by Marionat is excited with the launch of their new line and has plans to keep designing and styling dresses to fit the trends of the future. A sneak peak into next season suggests the introduction of long sleeves, cocktail length wedding gowns, feathers, and dramatic slits. Next season will also launch Magnolia Couture, a line of high-end wedding gowns.

Magnolia by Marionat is a line of trendy wedding gowns that was launched in March of 2011. Philip Levitt founded Marionat Bridal Veil Company, Magnolia's parent company, in the 1950s. Magnolia by Marionat is a family run company currently managed by Paul Levitt, Philip's son, with help from his youngest daughter Julie Levitt.

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