Lace is no longer something from yesteryear. In fact, it’s quite stylish on modern silhouettes, and just right for ringing in 2020. The delicate, elegant fabric adds a romantic, feminine touch to your overall look. With its ornate filigree patterns, lace outfits are also ideal for winter fashion and holiday wear. Read on to see how you can integrate lace into your holiday outfits.
LACE TO THE TOP
Lace tops are holiday-ready for attending kid’s pageants, religious services, or the family’s main event. Try the Romantique Tunic or Touch of Lace Pullover along with gold accessories to shine during the festivities.
LEATHER & LACE
For a little edge, an exciting way to wear lace clothing is by mixing it with leather. Pair the lace Lilith Top with a sleek leather jacket and handbag. Add black pumps or leather booties and you have a sophisticated outfit for meeting friends for a gift exchange.
For a dressed-up look, try the Sadie Dress. The lace is intricately handcrafted from India. To add warmth for winter, layer on a blazer-style jacket with gold accents like the Essentail Denim Jacket. Now you’re ready for the Nutcracker ballet or a night out to see an award-buzz film.
Lace looks smashing on sheer fabric. Against sheer material, the scrolling designs really pop. The Confection Top or Tybee Topper will look chic for your work holiday party. Dress them up or down to wear them multiple times throughout the season.
The Luxetta Pants are soft and versatile. Wear with a blouse or bodysuit, then finish with a blazer and heels. The rich Emerald colorway makes it ideal for a Christmas Eve dinner with the family, while the Black option would look stunning for New Year’s Eve.
ALL THE TRIMMINGS
Lace doesn’t have to be a frilly affair. It works well as a flirty and fun trim. The Lucie Tunic and Touch of Lace Jeans feature lace as an accent for visual interest. Wear one of these cute and comfortable pieces for a New Year’s Day brunch.
Try one of these fresh ways to wear lace. It’s a feminine, beautiful addition to outfits and an ideal fabric for the holiday season festivities. Find more lace looks here.