Looking for a modern and chic gown for your wedding? Kelly Faetanini wedding dresses might be exactly what you’re envisioning. You can find them at The White Flower in Banker’s Hill. You won’t find many lacey gowns by Kelly Faetanini, but rather sleek and chic crepe gowns with unique patterns and sometimes pops of color.
Ariana by Kelly Faetanini
This neoprene dress features a very modern lace pattern. Sleek and slimming, this fit-to-flare wedding dress has a flattering plunging V neckline silhouette and low back. I think this gown is very versatile in its style. Depending on your venue, accessories, and bouquet, you could wear this gown in a boho, beach, or modern look.
Joan by Kelly Faetanini
It’s no secret why Joan is quickly becoming a favorite with brides at The White Flower. Joan features an off the shoulder sleeve with a statement mermaid silhouette. The skirt couldn’t be more fabulous and fun with its layers of ruffled ombre blush tulle. The top of this gown is made from a flattering crepe material, which provides a clean look to perfectly balance the dramatic skirt. I adore the pink and hope brides start to embrace more color!
Daniella by Kelly Faetanini
This beaded embroidery, tulle, and organza ball gown is playful and whimsical, which is why stylist Xo Beauty Co paired it with a half up hair look. It’s not too formal and definitely not too simple. Inspired by the feminine foliage found throughout the Amalfi Coast, the embellishments on the top flow into a lightweight organza skirt. If you like a touch of detail and a slim ball gown silhouette, Daniella might be your best friend!
Phoebe by Kelly Faetanini
Phoebe just so happens to be one of my favorite Kelly Faetanini wedding dresses at The White Flower. Phoebe, who can be styled as Old Hollywood glam, modern and urban, Grecian, or just sleek and simple, flatters every size. We carry it in standard and plus size samples because it truly looks amazing on all body types. I paired it with a statement Twigs and Honey veil to give it a touch of feminine edge. Fun fact – the back of the gown has buttons trailing all the way down from the top the train.