Romantic style is still in! Reinvent your cocktail look for Spring 2015 with these playful black lace dresses. Get metro chic with sleek and sophisticated dresses or try one of the timeless lace accessories.
The alluring attitude of a black lace corresponds with a ’50s-inspired retro style. The literal interpretations of 50s black lace dress require a high bun, sexy long gloves and open toe stillettos. In 2015, look for styles that combine glamorous with feminine and are perfect cocktail hour.
Alexis Mabille’s Haute Couture show included a few black lace dresses. My favourite dress featured a black lace at the bodice and a pastel fringed mini skirt that gave the dress an ombre look. The other one was definitely not safe for work – the see-through dress mixed fishnet with black lace only when it was necessary.
Black lace was a part of the Alfred Angelo’s Spring 2015 Bridal Collection. One of the dresses presented during the show, boasted a black lace overlay on the bodice and a pink pleated maxi skirt. Would you wear this look to your wedding?
In Spring 2015 Alejandro Carlin, Elie Saab and Givenchy went for a more classic look. All of the dresses featured at least one sheer element, be it at the skirt or in the top. The conlusion? This Spring Summer designers encourage us to show a flesh of skin.
Dolce and Gabbana’s Italian take on the black lace dress.
Lavin’s Alber Elbaz incorporated different types of multicoloured patched lace in cocktail dresses. The result? A modern and a bit casual lace dress.