Sabina Motasem is proudly made in Britain and known for never compromising on quality. We believe luxury should be for everyone, not just for the few.
Inspired by the romance of vintage Hollywood, the passion of dance and a love for modern aesthetics with clean lines – the dresses are styles to suit everyone. For the next collection we have blended the ethereal with the art nouveau, combining floaty tulle skirt shape with wonderfully modern laces and intricately embroidered and beaded embellishments.
Our dresses are irresistible because this is the kind of luxury you would expect with a big price tag. Even our linings are made from 100% silk, so the bride can feel that luxury against her skin. We use only the best quality fabrics to drape beautifully, in a superior cut, made in our high-end atelier. Each dress is personally inspected and has to meet our high standards. No detail goes unnoticed. No corners are ever cut. We go the extra mile to ensure each dress is made with passion and perfection.
Brides can find their dream dress from one of our exclusive stockists in Lancashire, Essex, Wiltshire Yorkshire, London, Ireland, US and Australia. Retail prices range from £1400 - £3500.
Sabina Motasem has been helping brides look and feel fabulous since 2006. The label was founded by Sabina Ali, who has several years in the fashion and marketing worlds under her belt. She designed her first wedding dress for a friend as a special gift. Word quickly spread and what started as a hobby soon turned into a thriving business, the label became a reality. Later that year she won an award on the HBV New Entrepreneur Scholarship and was selected to showcase her collection at the Zandra Rhodes' Fashion and Textile Museum.
Since then the dresses have been seen on the red carpet, catwalks and church aisles all around the world. Sabina Motasem has become a sought-after brand for the cool brides looking for a luxe dress.
Sabina Motasem won the Highly Commended Award at the 2016 Wedding Industry Awards for London and South East. The brand has grown over the last ten years, and the dresses will soon be introduced for the first time in the United States to the state of Michigan at Detroit Bridal House.