Lace dresses – maidenly fabulous.
For a long time, fine lace has been hiding underneath the clothes; but now this extravagant garment is going through a renaissance on the catwalks of the fashion shows and in the collections of the fashion designers. This fine fabric was first produced in the 15th century and it was only available for rich noblemen who could afford this most elaborately manufactured material. In those days, lace would only be a decoration for collars and sleeves, but the fashion-conscious lady of today wears the fine cloth all over. No matter if in innocent white, discreet sandy colours or phenomenal black – when you are wearing a high-quality lace dress from the Ana Alcazar collection, you will be a showstopper at any occasion. Jersey and lace mix-dresses are doubtlessly the perfect outfit for the office – discreet, yet extremely feminine. And if you are wearing a little black dress with lace trimming as a New Year’s Eve dress, you will definitely make some heads turn at the party. More daring ladies will probably follow the head-to-toe-trend, wearing this exquisite fabric all over at the next ball or wedding – for example the lace maxi dress by Ana Alcazar.
Yesterday’s glamour revisited.
There are countless possibilities of combining our dream dresses: all-over lace dresses in white or beige emanate pure romance, especially if combined with a chic pinned up hairdo and a classic pearl necklace. If the girlish allure is a bit too sweet for you, why don’t you combine knee-length black dresses made of lace with opaque tights and heavy biker boots? But be careful with your accessories: you should only wear discreet and plain jewellery with a lace outfit or maybe refrain from wearing any jewellery at all, because the charming character of this tender fabric can be easily destroyed by colourful and bulky accessories. If you follow this little rule, the subtle erotic vibe of lace will surpass the effect of any other outfit.
On innocent Lolitas and reckless vamps.
The latest lace dresses by Ana Alcazar impress with their feminine cuts and their excessive femininity. The times when lace meant being conventional and having a high neckline are over. Looking neat is completely out of date – today lace dresses are exciting and breath-taking: no matter if with a spectacular back cleavage, as a pencil dress or simply as an additional eye-catcher in a tunic or a top – the delicate pieces of embroidery have become an indispensable part of every fashion-conscious woman of today. Ana Alcazar will put you in the limelight: no matter if you are wearing an innocent Lolita-white or a lascivious vamp-black – you are the one to decide with your look how the subtle see-through effect of this classic fabric is going to work.