The spring runways showed lace in many different fabrics and stylings. From revealing "lingerie" lace to precious cotton eyelets, the versatility of lace allows everyone to find a version of this romantic trend that suits their style.
Glamorous LaceSheer laces in silk and chiffon reference boudoir glamor. Even with temperatures dropping, this barely-there lace is the easiest to wear now. Pair a lacy frock with opaque tights and metallic pumps for a very of-the-moment holiday look. When warmer weather arrives, style this lace with bare legs and nude pumps for a fresh approach.
Clockwise from top left: Marchesa, Zac Posen, Francesco Scognamiglio, Nina Ricci
Candy Bright Lace
Lace wasn't limited to your typical black and tea-stained colors this season! From minty greens to electric pinks, this perfect match of texture and color will definitely draw attention. Focus on lady-like silhouettes to maintain a put-together look.
Clockwise from top left: Erdem, Christopher Kane, Christian Dior, Christoppher Kane, Nina Ricci
Chanel your inner bohemian with exagerated lace styles with crocheted and eyelet details. Style with plenty of fringe & your cowboy boots from seasons past or opt for a sweetheart look and pair with wooden wedges as seen at the Dolce & Gabbana show.
Clockwise from top left: Ralph Lauren, Dolce & Gabbana