With Business Trousers
Make lace sultry and sassy with a red lace top revealing a black bra underneath. Match the top with bright red heels and a pair of pants that show you mean business.
With Black Boots
A casual lace look involves matching a long-sleeve, loose-fitting top and a lacy, white, knee-length skirt — oh, a just the tiniest hint of a black bra peeking through. Give it some edge with black boots.
Pair a long-sleeve lace and tulle top with jeans. Brighten up the look with neon pink heels.
With Chunky Sneakers
Be daring by wearing nothing underneath a button-down lace top — or pair it with a visible bra if you'd prefer. High-waisted trousers and black chunky sneakers balance the sheer material.
With a Matching Set
Buck the traditional vibes of lace dresses by wearing a cropped top and shorts underneath a sheer dress.
With Any Outfit
Give a lace dress a twist by wearing it over any outfit at all — in this case, a colorful long-sleeve top with yellow jeans. Add accessories like a bright sweater and belt bag to the look.
With Western Wear
Pairing a sheer off-the-shoulder top with cut-off shorts and knee high boots is the ultimate cowgirl inspo.
When thinking of lace, a wedding is usually the first thing that comes to mind. But you don’t have to set aside the intricate, delicate material for just one day of your life. When done the right way, lace can be worn every day without looking too frothy, dainty or bridal.
The trick to wearing lace without looking Victorian or matrimonial is in the pairing. A lacy top that might be saccharine on its own transitions into an edgy statement piece when matched with a bold accessory or unexpected material like leather.
Here’s how to wear the most romantic material — even in a bridal white shade — without having to carry a bouquet.
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