10 Katie Fong Wedding Gown Designs To Take Notice Of
If you’re looking for a wedding gown that boasts timeless elegance, then you have to check out designer Katie Fong. Her designs, inspired by the artisan traditions of both American and European ateliers, blend classic bridal style with fashion-forward energy.
The NYC-based designer uses the finest fabrics, laces and embroidery to craft her simple yet modern designs. Whether you’re wanting a stunning gown, a flirty short dress or fun separates, you’re sure to find something that makes you feel beautiful and confident. Here are some of our favorite styles!
This first gown boasts a clean aesthetic with a hint of regal flair. The simple, sleeveless A-line gown features a high neckline and court train.
The skirt is soft and flowy, perfect for dancing the night away. For a touch of sexy, an illusion back with fabric-covered buttons.
The gown doesn’t have any embellishments, so sparkly accessories would be a good addition. A classic tennis bracelet and a pair of statement earrings would be perfect. To emphasize the princess look, add a stunning tiara.
Short wedding dresses are becoming more popular in the bridal world, and not just for vow renewals. Many brides are wearing short wedding dresses for their elopements or city hall weddings. It’s also a great option as a reception or send-off look.
This particular dress features all-over patterned lace in white and silver. The dress also boasts a unique neckline—the illusion neck has a high collar with a floral lace trim. The illusion back includes fabric-covered buttons for a classic touch.
We love how chic yet feminine this dress looks. Add a pair of strappy heels and a sleek updo for a sophisticated finish.
Need your something blue? Why not use your wedding dress!
This sheath silhouette, in a dreamy icy blue color, features head-to-toe floral embroidery. The semi-sheer bodice has a nude lining underneath, giving the bride some coverage, and a high neckline. It’s an elegant choice for your ceremony or reception.
This gown is definitely giving us winter wedding vibes but it would also work for your spring garden nuptials. To accent the blue even further, put a blend of light-colored florals together for your bouquet like white roses and blue thistles or hydrangeas.
The designer definitely went more couture for this next gown. This strapless mermaid wedding dress is totally gorgeous.
The design starts with a traditional boat neckline and ends with a simple court train, but the all-over leaf-motif pattern steals the show. Lace appliqué adds dimension around the natural waist and the tiered skirt drapes beautifully.
This gown is definitely meant for a more formal affair. Since the pattern is more autumn-inspired, it works really well for a fall wedding. We love the mix of the luxe fabric and the modern, body-hugging silhouette.
The gown features lace-patterned paneling down the front and back of the dress, ending at the natural waist. A thick band feature encircles the bride to emphasize her waist and fabric-covered buttons on the back are classic.
To keep this look sweet and simple, we’d add a pair of pearl earrings and a soft updo. If you’re missing the train, try a chapel-length veil to add volume.
Continuing the color trend, we’re going bold with this blush-toned wedding dress.
This trumpet gown has thick straps, a boat neckline and chapel-length train. Floral embroidery at the cinched waistline highlights the smaller part of the bride’s figure. The stretch satin material is a breathable and comfortable choice for the long and exciting day ahead.
The designer loves creating wedding dresses that can be worn for other special occasions. We think this elegant and dramatic style would be perfect on the red carpet or at a fancy gala.
This next gown is sexy and chic. The sleek slip dress has a small v-neck and delicate spaghetti straps.
The gown is crafted with soft satin and has slight seam detail at the natural waist to add visual interest. A gentle sweeping train completes the look.
Consider this gown a blank slate that can be personalized however you desire. Add some sparkle with a bejeweled belt or large statement earrings. For versatility, go with something detachable like a long-sleeve bolero or bridal cape. The options are endless!
A great way to go bold on your wedding day is to go with a black wedding dress, or in this case a black and white design.
This romantic A-line gown is all about florals. The black strapless bodice boasts 3D floral embroidered appliqué. The billowy white skirt continues the black floral motif with a large printed flower and cascading vines down to the chapel train.
Black open-toed heels and a soft pink or red lipstick are the final touches to this wedding-day look. The best part is that you could totally wear this gown again for a special occasion in the future.