Watch: Amsale's Fall 2014 Bridal Runway Show

Wedding Dresses

The sleek and structured designs we've come to know and love from Amsale took a feminine turn this season with corded lace appliqués, gently tied bows, and glistening jewel accents. The bridal design house's most recent range proved to be both modern and ultra romantic—a killer combo if there ever was one!

Illusion necklines, defined waists, and a beautiful blend of hard-hitting fabrics like a thick taffeta and silk magnolia and ethereal silhouettes made of light-as-air tulle also graced the Amsale runway. An extra-special and sparkly touch was found on some gowns as well, which featured bejeweled necklines and beaded tulle overlays.

"Softness is in the air for Fall 2014, as the always classic and perfectly polished Amsale collection is injected with a decidedly more delicate and feminine hand," said Amsale Aberra of her Fall 2014 collection in her inspiration. "Holding true to the core principles of simplicity and cleanliness, elements like French Alençon lace, softly layered tulle, and a detailed focus on precision and brilliance add newness and modernity. Constructed bodices reveal exquisite bare backs, either open or illusion, breathing in an air of lightweight effortlessness. Miniature crystals add shimmer and jewelry-like embellishments bring an optimistic brightness and relaxed formality to the season."

Watch the romantic collection walk the runway in our exclusive video above and don't forget to browse Amsale's 2014 wedding dress collection in our slideshow.

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—Lauren Frankfort

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