Why You Might Want To Consider A Lace Wedding Dress
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By RHIANNON IRELAND
Lace is perceived as "delicate and feminine," which is why it's frequently used for wedding dresses, and though lace was formerly considered old-fashioned, you can now modernize it by getting practically any dress cut. These are just a few of the reasons why we think you should consider a lace wedding dress.
Lace is very versatile because you can go all out if you're getting married in a traditional church or tone it down if you're having a low-key beach wedding ceremony. Lace looks great on any dress, from minis to floor-length gowns, and it can be worn in a variety of styles, from strapless to V-neck.
There are many types of lace, such as Chantilly lace, which was used on Kate Middleton's wedding dress sleeves, and brocade, which is a less delicate lace that is frequently used to express richness. Lace can be used for any element of the dress, including a lace skirt, lace around the waist, lace back, and the increasingly trendy lace bodice.