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Sofía Vergara ‘chooses wedding gown designer’

Published 16/10/2015

Sofía Vergara
Sofía Vergara

Modern Family actress Sofía Vergara is believed to have chosen Zuhair Murad to make her wedding gown.

Sofía Vergara has apparently chosen one of her favourite designers to create her wedding dress.

The Modern Family star is set to marry Hollywood hunk Joe Manganiello next month (Nov15), and it seems she has asked Beirut-born Zuhair Murad to make her outfit for the big day.

According to Us Weekly magazine, Sofía will walk down the aisle in Florida on November 22 in a customised frock by the designer, who is known for creating sexy red carpet gowns.

Zuhair is a firm favourite with Sofía, who regularly attends glitzy events in his glamorous creations.

The 43-year-old actress hasn’t been shy about discussing her nuptials in recent months.

She has previously revealed that her wedding dress will feature intricate beading and that she plans to rock a bright lipstick.

While Sofía wants to look her best for the wedding, she is reluctant to experiment too much when it comes to her make-up.

"Women sometimes think because it’s the wedding they want to do something special - they don’t want to do the same thing that they do every day. Sometimes they go too crazy and they try things that are just not for them, and then you see the pictures and that’s it," Sofía, who has been the face of CoverGirl since 2011, recently sighed to Yahoo Beauty.

"They have one opportunity - you can’t go back and redo all the pictures from the night of your wedding. So, I think it’s important for women to figure out a way to commit to it and to be happy afterwards."

The couple have been engaged since Joe popped the question in December last year (15), during a romantic getaway to Hawaii. Sofía has joked one of the biggest headaches has been trying to control her guest list, as she has around 200 family members eager to attend.

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