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It’s All About the ‘Lace’


Now that the weekend is over, we just don’t know whether to say YAY or NAY! Our coffee game is going strong, especially for the first two days of the week (anyone else?). There are a lot of things going on in-house because our new party dress line has been launched recently, and we are overwhelmed by the great feedback from our beloved customers! However, we are also inspired by the lace trend in Hollywood, as we browse for muses online. Why lace? Obviously, we love fashion, we love celebrity, and we love it feminine.

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I think when I started to get in shape and spend time at the gym, I could be better to other people and be better to myself and get back to loving fashion and experience it myself. I started to wear kilts and lace dresses” says Marc Jacobs. The lace dress is the ultimate piece, which pulls off the femininity of a woman.  Delicately embroidered laces can be a practical selection for almost every occasion.


In fact, this trend has been featured on the runway for many seasons. Emma Stone wore Oscar de la Renta’s stunning little black lace dress to Cannes last year!


How about white?  Normally, we see this trend for bridal gowns. There are two fabric types of  wedding gowns which we have seen (so far): 1) smooth and silky satin, 2) lace (obviously!). As a result, we may envision the white lace dress only for a wedding day. STOP! It’s not like that anymore. Look how beautiful Beyonce is! This is totally one of our favorite inspos!


We get used to the idea of the lace LBD, but the truth is we actually think that the white one is the truly magnificent.

Which one do you prefer? Don’t forget to share us your thoughts here!

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