Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Goth Lace Vs Rave Lace - or something along those lines...

Lace is one of my favourite things to wear, ever. I like the fact that it makes you feel dressed up, but by adding a few things, some boyish shoes or black nail varnish, it stops it from feeling too girly.

There has been a lot of the bright lace in recent seasons, mainly thanks to Christopher Kane. I spotted a River Island laser cut neon clutch on ASOS yesterday. A big nod to Kane. Which do you prefer?

Top Left: Lace Overlay Strappy Dress from Topshop
Katie Shillingtons wedding dress, a write up by someone who hates it here, not me though, I love it, as you can see by this post.
Top right, both from Zara, grey dress, and black dress.
Middle left: dress by Stolen Girlfriends Club
Middle: Leigh Lezark looking hot in lace. From here.
Middle Right: Dress by Lover the Label, image from Jak and Jil, read my post about it here.
Bottom Left: Lace by Pearl Lowe.
Bottom Middle: 1940's lace top and skirt from Etsy
Bottom Right: Ashley Olsen wearing Alexander McQueen, lace ski-pants by American Apparel.
Background lace pattern: Timorous Beasties

Top Left: Lace print vest by Christopher Kane, available to buy on Farfetch.
Top Middle: Coloured lace curtains from Rocket St George 
Top  Right: Christopher Kane dress, see Beth Ditto in it here.
Middle: Neon lace bib necklace and red lace necklace from Etsy.
Middle Left: Lace fabric available from MacCulloch and Wallis.
Middle Right: Christopher Kane SS11, image from Fabsugar.
Bottom Middle: Lace bandeau from River Island at ASOS and Christopher Kane dress worn by actress Chloe Moretz.
Bottom Right: Christopher Kane laser print clutch.

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