There isn't a lady out there who doesn't love a lace dress. The open fabric is both beautiful and timeless, but did you know it could even be bold? While lace is often associated with an older set or a more demure aesthetic (we're pretty sure you can blame that on Laura Ingalls), the pattern is currently being used in all sorts of new ways to create dresses that will appeal to those of any age, especially the fashion forward (and even, the ever-so-slightly provocative). We're definitely into all these neon-hued, mixed-material numbers that are giving new life to lace. After all, what could be more modern?
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