Vintage vs Modern: Fickle Lace Styles

I bet that if you prefer feminine styles, there must be at least one lace item in your closet, or more. Lace is a delicate fabric made of yarn or thread in an open web-like pattern. The history of lace dates back to 1493. Since then, lace has been widely used in all kinds of textures.

Nowadays, lace has become a classic fashion element which means more than elegance and feminine charm. It creates lithe layers and semi sheer effect as modest decorations to the summer outfits.

Here we have five of the best sellers from the Lace Collection on VIPme. No matter if you are a fan of vintage or modern dresses, I am sure you can find the piece you love.

Vintage Lace Dresses

This Black Stand Collar Silk Embroidery Mini Dress is spliced by cotton and crochet lace. It will be your best choice if you want to add a chic and comfortable A-line little black dress to your wardrobe. Moreover, the dress also has a white version here.

Black Stand Collar Silk Embroidery Mini Dress

The Red Lace Short Sleeve Classic Sheath Midi Dress appears in a Cheongsam Style but is coverd with delicate lace. Its color and the exotic design helps you stand out quickly in the cocktail party or during a dating.

Red Lace Short Sleeve Classic Sheath Midi Dress

The White Floral Embroidery Mesh Long Sleeve Maxi Dress recalls us of the goddess from ancient Greece. White Lace Maxi Dresses can hardly been seen in fashion collections and thus you can never miss this gorgeous one.
White Embroidery Mesh Paneled Sheer Maxi Dress

Modern Lace Dresses

The Grey Crocheted Cotton Slit Belted Midi Dress has crochet lace decorated on the collar. Its cutting is chic and casual, belted on the waist.

Grey Crocheted Cotton Slit Belted Midi Dress

The Mesh Lace Crochet Drawstring Waist Midi Shirt Dress is absolutely the most unique shirt dress this summer. With a lithe mesh layer on the top, the feminine lace floral outfit displays a modern style.Mesh Lace Crochet Drawstring Waist Midi Shirt Dress

More fancy lace dresses can be found in the Lace Collection of  VIPme. Check it out now!

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