Good news for all you lace lovers who bought into this trend last season: Lace is still going strong! Although some details of this trend are revamped – such as (my favorite) oversize reworkings of traditional broderie anglaise, pale patterns, and awkward-cute Japanese-inspired layering. Keep in mind when assembling your wardrobe: the ultimate balance of lace should be romantic but not girly; sensual but not overly suggestive. Remember the lace isn’t suppose to be an added detail of the garment, it is the garment. When wearing lace make sure you wear a slip underneath while keeping the hem a little longer to maintain your romantic-sensual balance.
Pretty Woman’s Lace Dress, $40.00, Rare London
‘Toosaloosa’ Lace Front Tank, $58.00, Free People
Lace and Mesh Bustier, $49.00, Silence & Noise
Lace Pencil Skirt, $98.00, Free People
Lizzie Floral Lace Top, $90.00, Lucky Brand
Midi Dress in Lace, $81.00, ASOS
Scared of lace but what to be on trend?
Spice things up by pairing a lace boxy jacket to your regular wardrobe. The two look perfect when teamed together.
Eyelet Lace Blazor, $25.00, Forever 21
Antiqued Lace Top Jacket, $40.00, Charolette Russe