Amsale Gowns, from Fall 2014 to Spring 2015, offer some of the most striking designs from the back of the gown to the front. Since more time is spent looking at the BACK of your dress, it's important to choose a gown that is just as compelling to look at from the back as it is to look at from the front.
Just to whet your appetite, I've included my favorite five designs from the two collections. There are tons more to view on Amsale.com. One of the main selling points of an Amsale gown is that the silhouettes and fabric combinations are timeless. It's hard to find a gown that dates itself.
Good luck on finding your bridal gown! Need help? Ask away! :)
Bias cut silk chiffon strapless gown with crystal hand-beading on bodice and beaded border beatuex train.
Heavy crepe slim fit to flare gown with bateau neckline and sheer back with covered buttons from neckline to waist.
Slim, corded lace gown with silk chiffon underlay and back lace applique.
French lace fit to flare with tulle skirt gown and French lace long-sleeve bolero
Tulle jewel neck trapeze gown with low back and bias cut silk charmeuse slip