Pastels and florals are two trends that are always in for spring – and this year you can add lace to the list. This pretty style has been spotted all over campus, like on this Fashionista’s cute, white vest. This trend can work so many ways, try seeking out unique pieces to put the lace in your look.
One cool option is the lacy LBD. A classic wardrobe staple, try your newest Little Black Dress with a little embellishment and a lot of attitude. This modern update features an exposed zipper and pale pink lining to help highlight your best features – and keep the rest under wraps. Wearing a different kind of lace on your shoes is another cool look. The wedge shoe can work with a couple of different styles. Balance a lace-on-lace look by pairing your favorite denim and an edgy black top, or try these wedges with a shorter (non-lace) LBD for night.
The ‘lace’-up boot is a fun alternative for day. Give your favorite worn-in booties a rest by switching to this stylish pair. The crochet detail mixes a hard-feminine look that is versatile and easy to wear. Try them with a girly skirt and basic tank, or with your go-to jeans and a floral blouse. The lace look shouldn't overwhelm your outfit. Try this textured cuff to update clothes already in your closet. Other accessory options? A statement necklace or delicate earrings are easy to make work no matter what your personal style.
For the girl that likes color, take a break from your LBD and slip into this strapless minidress. Too sheer for your taste? Go with a solid style and pair with lace tights instead.
Hint: It doesn’t have to be light to mix well with lace. Try a dark leather bag and a bright top (like our Fashionista) to balance your outfit.