Dramatic, Simple Styles from Amsale & Nouvelle Amsale Spring 2018
Known for bridal gowns that embrace the beauty of clean lines, Amsale does not disappoint with the introduction of the latest collection at Bridal Fashion Week in New York City. The newest looks showcase a delightful contrast between simplicity and drama – perfect for a bride who likes to mix and match to create her own style.
Bows are a major motif throughout the new collection, featured in one way or another on nearly every gown. “Miller” has a high-neck bodice made of silk faille with a modern, structured bow at the front of the waist before the dress billows into a full tulle skirt. “Elona” is a silk magnolia bias-cut gown with a strapless, straight-across neckline; the train is made from a large bow that is reminiscent of the obi sash worn over traditional kimonos. Though shown with a slim skirt, “Sia” is a relaxed drop-waist top that could be worn with pants if the bride prefers. The straps are tied together at the back with a simple and delicate bow – the simplicity balancing with the intricate hand beading at the neckline.
The Nouvelle Amsale line, which offers Amsale style at a more attainable price point introduces nine new elegant and chic dresses. Crepe figure-hugging silhouettes and tulle skirts on full gowns are accented by sweet details such as charmeuse lining and cutouts. See both collections in the slideshow above!
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