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Frill Seekers: Amsale’s Fall 2018 Collection

See our favorite picks from the newest collection by Amsale. They’re absolutely gorgeous and have us repeatedly saying, “We do!”

Striking simplicity has been the basis for Amsale’s beautifully stunning designs. The designer has elicited drama by incorporating singular, impactful details on each gown, whether it’s an oversized artfully tied bow, asymmetrical lines or statement volume. For the fall 2018 collection, sculptural details reign supreme whether they’re subtly introduced or more high profile at first glance. Here’s just a few of our favorite frocks!

Brent back Carla front Ellory front Kendall front (1)

Amsale Aberra first began designing wedding dresses in 1985 with the creation of her very own nuptial gown—a more simple, sophisticated style compared to those superfluous looks of the ’80s—which soon led to custom orders. Fast forward to present day and The Amsale Group is one of the most well known luxury bridal houses in the world. Each gown is crafted with couture dressmaking techniques in the brand’s New York-based atelier and the newest line of designs doesn’t disappoint!

Kendall front Laurel front Logan front Naomi side Pierce front Tanya back

Each look is truly unique for its own statement detail, like the origami-inspired bateau streamer on the Ellory number, a strapless silk faille column gown with crystal jewel appliques. And we have all the heart eyes for the drop waist silke faille ball gown silhouettes, which Amsale has paired with full tulle skirts, pleated bodices and and crystal embellishments. Illusion necklines are also still on trend and Amsale crafted a delicate version for the Tanya dress (pictured just above) with hand beaded detailing and a ruffle belt to complete the silk taffeta ball gown. Let the new season begin!