A few favorites: Azalea, Lavender, Sierra
There is something about Amy's effortless elegance that always has me swooning. Her 2013 Collection is no exception. Not only does an Amy Kuschel gown have impeccable fit, but her fabrics are always a wonderful mixture of timeless class and a little something special. Exactly what every bride wants! Which is always what Amy Kuschel's focus is on. Figuring out what every bride wants, and delivering. This year's collection has a garden party meets Great Gatsby theme. What is not to love about that?! Below are some of my favorites from her 2013 Collection that I can NOT stop thinking about! You really are in for a treat today! You are lucky enough to be getting the exclusive look before it's on Amy Kuschel Bride's website!
Guys, this is Clover. I kiiiiinda can't stop thinking about how gorgeous it is. This neckline is not used often enough in wedding gowns and I for one, am glad that Amy has decided to showcase it! Amy is also one of the only designers I know who has a lot of sleeve options. This gown has so much to offer any sophisticated and modern bride.
Speaking of sleeves... how delicate and romantic are the sleeves on Meadow?! I know what you are thinking... "Melanie, the sleeves are great but look at that skirt!" I know ladies... I know. It's a real beauty. Take my word for it, it's even more exquisite in person.
Ladies, meet Dahlia. Dahlia, meet the world! I can NOT get over this gown. The lace panels going down the front are extremely elongating and flattering to the figure. I am truly loving this sleeve trend we are seeing. Amy has designed Dahlia top have the perfect lace sleeve. By having the neckline low in the front and back it is still sexy and not too covered up. This gown is what I think of when I think of a Boho Glam Disney Princess. I can't believe I just said that... but I am just SO excited about it it's making me go Disney. I also happen to love the halo used to accessorize. I think that is adding to my Boho Disney Princess Fantasy. Don't you agree?
And then there was Willow. Willow is giving me something fierce. The neckline in front is so beautiful and frames her color bones in just the right spot. Aaaaaand then there is the back. Brides often forget how important the back of your gown is. That's the part everyone sees throughout the ceremony and this is one that no one will ever forget.
I'm going wedding dress shopping with a beautiful bride at Amy Kuschel's San Francisco location this weekend and I can't wait to see some of these stunners on her! While writing this blog post I found myself saying "This one is my favorite... No wait, THIS one is my favorite!" It's so hard to choose when each gown has so many details! What about you? Which one is your favorite?