Lace is many fashion lovers’ favorite. This delicate and very feminine material is wonderfully versatile: It can add a touch of romance to your outfit, as much as it can make it bold, depending on how your wear it. There are many creative and interesting ways to integrate lace to your wardrobe. Here are five cute ones, that are perfect for spring!
That one is a must. There are many ways to wear a lace headband, but no matter which one your pick, be sure that it’ll always look cute and feminine. For something discrete and romantic, simply tie a string of lace around your head to hold your hair back. If you want to create an effect that’s out of the ordinary, take inspiration from Honey Bee’s Bliss’s headband idea.
Bright Colored Lace
Forget about white or black. Dare to be bold and wear lace in bright colors! A fuchsia lace blouse, a sunny yellow lace dress or an electric blue lace skirt are just a few example of the many stunning looks you can create by wearing lace in daring colors. Be creative and audacious!
Granted, this one is a classic. Nearly everyone has at least one lace dress in their closet. But to give your lace dress a little oomph this spring, pair it with colorful leggings and ballerina shoes. For a more edgy look, wear a leather jacket on top of it. For a look that is more sober, a pretty cardigan will look nice, and play down the lace’s texture.
Lace shoes are getting more and more popular, and for a reason: They look amazing. They’ll add a touch of femininity and elegance to your outfit, all the while keeping a sober and wholesome look. Go for flat ballerina lace shoes, in a dark color.
This unusual way to wear lace will make your shine! Lace earrings are adorable; if you can’t find them anywhere, follow The Traveling Spoon’s simple tutorial and make your own.
Those are just a few ideas of how to wear lace this spring. But go on, experiment and find your own! Lace is versatile; No matter how you wear it, you’ll look striking and elegant.
Julia Taylor is a writer, globe trotter, yoga practitioner, nature lover and fashion enthusiast who tries to fully appreciate every single thing life throws her way. She works as a freelance blogger for Simons, a major Canadian retail store.