One of the hottest fashion statements this season is lace dresses; they’re in, and they’re here to stay! I’m particularly pleased with this trend as they are simply the most gorgeous dresses a woman can wear, bar none. Lace has always been symbolic of feminism, flirtation and sex appeal and, let’s face it, every woman looks better in a dress. The combination is simply one of the most breathtaking creations ever made. Lace dresses can be worn casually, formally or somewhere in between but one thing is always certain: they make heads turn.
Kaliko dresses are the best of the best; they simply can’t be beat for overall quality and design. This bright blue lace dress is absolutely stunning. Between the vibrant colour, the decorative floral lace pattern and the beautifully flattering shape, this dress makes the top of my ‘want list.’ The beautiful blue colour demands attention and demonstrates confidence while providing you with a classically elegant style.
A cream lace dress is a great way to go if you’re looking for something a tad bit simpler, but still want that elegant feel. I absolutely adore this long sleeve lace dress, also by Kaliko. It’s incredibly trendy but also extremely versatile. This is, without a doubt, the vintage-inspired dress of my dreams. The delicate lace sleeves combined with the simple yet classy button décor provide a timelessly feminine look that will make you feel sexy and look jaw-droppingly gorgeous.
Last but not least, I’m infatuated with purple dresses and there’s no better combination than purple and lace. This peplum dress by Kaliko is awesome if you’re looking for something sleeveless. The embroidered lace design mixed with the precious ribbon belt make this dress an absolute keeper! Not only is it perfect for pretty much any occasion, it’s nothing short of electrifying. Stand out in a crowd, make a statement, and be the woman of every man’s desires.
Did You Know?
A dress measuring 9.6m long with a skirt diameter of 20m 65ft 6in was built for the 1998 Junta Central Fallera de Valencia, in Spain and was worn by a mannequin specially built for the occasion.