Amsale somehow always manages to make an impact with the most minimalist gowns. The design mastermind behind the line, Amsale Aberra, consistently shows bridal gowns that feel super fresh: Body-skimming silhouettes, barely-there details, and the most perfect sheaths. But last season there was a bit more detail involved than normal. The showstopper gowns were a gold-flecked A-line number and gold mesh dress. Lace illusion has become a regular feature at an Amsale show, but last season, more and more appliqués seemed to fill the bodices and skirts walking the runway.
And from the sound of it, this trend will continue at Amsale's upcoming Fall 2016 runway show this Friday. "Expect to see styles like this hand embroidered silk organza floral motif layered over tulle gown from the Amsale Fall 2016 collection," Abbera hinted at her latest crop of gorgeous wedding gowns.
The same can be seen in an exclusive sketch from this soon-to-be-debuted collection. In the drawing of one of the collection's standout A-line numbers, there are swaths of floral lace dotted throughout the dress. Almost in an ombré effect, the appliqés gather tightly on the bodice and then gradually disperse along the skirt. Adding to the romance of the look, Amsale made the A-line skirt a tiered one, creating added movement. We can't wait to see this sketch come to life at Amsale's Fall 2016 bridal runway show this Friday!