Lace: a timeless fabric that has graced the catwalks and red carpets for years. With its delicate, sheer qualities, it oozes femininity. Covering everything from underwear to dresses, it’s adaptable, versatile and its popularity is everlasting. This season, the lady-like material is set to make its way even further into wardrobes and we think it’s here to stay.
Lace garments naturally flaunt sophistication and elegance, which have been adopted by both high end fashion designers right through to the high street shops. From lace bras, such as the Panache Persia non padded balconnet bra, to long floating dresses worn on the red carpet, the glamorous and somewhat seductive material has a limitless portfolio of ways to wear.
The ability to create intricate lace detailing on garments adds a touch of delicacy, whereas its strength and versatility make it adaptable and easy wearing, making lace the perfect choice for underwear, dresses and tops alike. Fashion lovers around the globe have fallen for lace – with its romantic, pretty yet elegant characteristics to the sensual and sexy side – lace proves endlessly adaptable. As it’s so easy to wear, it can create effortless glam and formal looks as well as being a favourite for casual fashion trends, making it a firm favourite here at Panache – and a must have for our wardrobe.
The lace trend is also getting brighter, with designers trialling vibrant colours and exciting designs – from the subtle pops of colour to all-out bold tones, proving its diverse qualities and versatility for flattering designs and wearable styles allowing a fashionable transition to day and nightwear. The Sculptresse Hot Pink Moulded Lace Tshirt bra is a perfect addition to your underwear collection if you’re looking for a vibrant, playful but sophisticated touch of lace.
Lace can be worn either on its own, for example a lace dress or top, or combined with other fabrics, but be careful not to overdo it as it can create a frumpy and unflattering look if it’s too heavy. At Panache, we love the lace look and often opt for just one lace item combined with other fabrics, something subtle but flirty and pretty, but be sure to try different looks and find what suits your personal style best.
From classic cuts to the slinky, sexy or cute styles – it’s guaranteed there’s a look to suit your personal style.
How are you wearing lace this season?