How to make lace look awesome on you this Summer? I could name my blog post something like 10 and more ways how to wear lace, but I have found so many interesting ideas how to make this fabric look great on you, so in the end, I decided that there will be no numbers, just helpful tips and ideas how to make lace look great on you.
This is one of few fabrics that looks and feels ethereal and makes its wearer look feminine and fresh. You can have fun with an elongated lace tank top by teaming it with a circle skirt or make a wow effect with a lace pencil skirt and cocoon shaped tank top. If you are in love with lace, then be sure to try on matching sets that features lace top and bottoms. If you do like black or white clothes, then you definitely should give a try to midi lace dress and metallic pumps, no matter if they are gold or silver. You favorite lace see-through blouse will be an ideal match to ripped jeans. A lace dress with side cut-outs is also a good choice. If you feel naked in such a dress, then you can use a great layering called blazer. Lace can be worn in so many different ways, plus you can easily create an outfit of a street style star. It has a dressy and feminine undertone, but you can still make it look less formal and more casual. For instance, a simple lace top can be paired with boyfriend jeans or denim cutoffs. Lace looks incredibly sexy paired with slouchy silhouettes. You can always find new ways how to make lace pieces look great.
Sure, lace is a delicate fabric and it’s very easy to ruin the whole look if you will add too many masculine pieces. So, you better start your experiments a bit slowly. Begin with adding lace details and trims, by making them a focal point of your outfit. Be sure to experiment with colors: try pastels, such as pink, baby blue, and beige. Like it or not, but this 2018 is all about lace. Think romantic, timeless and versatile. What looks appear in your mind thinking about lace? I personally start to dream about evening dresses, all sort of cocktail attire complemented with lace. My favorite color for lace is black. Sure, black is not associated with summer, but I love its seductive and decadent touch.
You are free to try on lace for office hours, by wearing a pretty pencil skirt embroidered with lace, or go for a knee-length dress complemented with lace details. Once you know how lace works with your everyday essentials, you can try to push boundaries, by experiment with crazy combos. Long story short, scroll down to see these special outfits and give this sweet fabric a try.