Lace dresses add timeless elevation to your wardrobe no matter what the season or occasion. Timeless styles can add a certain touch of elegance and versatility to your look and wardrobe.
Lace was seen as a symbol of wealth, and was often the most expensive part of an outfit in women’s fashion. Parisian ladies love lace for its status and luxuriousness.
Lace dresses have been a popular trend ever since and has been seen in some of the most iconic looks of the last 20th century. These looks include the dress and glove ensemble accompanied by Madonna in her "Like a Virgin" music video in 1984; the bodysuit that Naomi Campbell paraded for Alaïa in 1994; or Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen bridal gown. These famous uses of lace have in particular inspired wedding and cocktail dress fashions and trends for a decade. Lace has and is still seen in summer fashion collections by Chanel, Fendi, and Stella McCartney, both in contrast and in total looks.
For romantic elegance try a versatile lace dress, you could opt for an off-the-shoulder neckline that falls to a cape and frill sleeve. Or you could try a lace dress with sleeves which is a great option for those looking for dresses with sleeves for a little extra arm coverage. Lace will flatter the silhouette and adorn you with delicate frills. It is timeless and versatile for both evening and day style.
Lace wedding dresses are oh so popular and mother's of the bride or groom love a little lace as it exudes elegance. Try an evening cocktail dress that is constructed in a beautiful sequin lace with a beautifully cut cap sleeve and perfect for your next event.