Lighten up summer fashion with white lace separates, for looks that are feminine and fashion-forward. From t-shirts to full length maxi dresses – this is one trend worth incorporating into your wardrobe. I love how Tuula Vintage blogger, Jessica, paired her lace top with white distressed denim and black strappy heels. Her full-coverage Victorian-esque high necked long sleeved lace top leaves enough to the imagination, but the overall look is still feminine and sexy.
Here are a few white lace pieces I am currently loving:
There is something so alluring about a long, luxe lace dress. Maybe it’s the inner Stevie Nicks in me, but I love this look. It conjures a sense of free-spiritedness that I long for, and don’t get in my everyday life. Plus, throw on a pair of flat sandals, wedges or booties and the outfit is pretty much complete. I adore this open back white lace maxi dress from Free People. Keep hair in loose waves and you are music-festival ready. I also love this for a cocktail party – unexpected and ethereal.
Go super feminine in a lace dress, like this tulip maxi from Free People. A sheer long layer sits prettily atop a basic slip. Pair with contrasting rugged boots for a country-chic look. Top with a cozy knit sweater when temperatures drop. This look goes as easily from the farm to farmers’ market. Keep the rest of your look easy going, with undone hair and light makeup.
For the more daring, a lace crop top is the perfect compliment to a richly-detailed high-waisted skirt. When rocking the crop trend, make sure to even out proportions to avoid showing too much skin. Rule of thumb: The shorter the top, the higher-wasited the skirt should be. Toughen up the outfit with moto-details – on a bag or jacket. And anchor the look with black sandals.
For an allover lace look that does not feel too precious, go for a vintage-looking lace romper, like this tiered cream one. Pair with global-inspired accessories and anchor the look with flat sandals. Perfect for a warm summer day – anything from wine-tasting to music festival.
What do you think of the trend? Will you be incorporating white lace into your summer wardrobe?