Beaded Lace Inspired by the 1920s & The Great Gatsby
Set in the dynamic roaring 20's, The Great Gatsby is a book written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The classic novel centers on the mysterious, eponymous Gatsby, who is renowned for the extravagance of his parties, attended by the most fashionable, stylish people in town. The opulence, decadence and elegance of 1920s fabric makes it a perfect style for wedding attire and here we look at five Gatsby-inspired designs of beaded bridal lace.
A unique design perfect for vintage wedding gowns and stylish eveningwear alike, Cynthia ivory beaded lace is pure class. Onto an ivory tulle base, our designer has artfully applied pearls, beads and sequins, which together form mesmeric, shimmering waves.
Delicate and refined, Desdemona lace fabric is characterized by woven bands, each embellished with sequins, beads, diamantes and exquisite floral detail. Separating the bands are panels that are decorated with tubular beads and vertical geometric lines. Strands of beads, which move with a seductive swish, add the final flourish.
For pure gorgeous glamour, Dido is hard to beat. Strings of beads and pearls swing freely with every step that the wearer takes, ensuring that she will always be the center of rapt attention.
Named after one of The Great Gatsby's principal characters, Myrtle ivory lace fabric is enchanting. Sequins and a selection of spherical and tubular beads are arranged to form bold diamond shapes, from which strands of beads hang: the movement created by these beads is immediately reminiscent of the delightful garments worn by dancers of the Charleston in the roaring 1920s.
Attractive, unusual and elegant, Astaire features plenty of beads, pearls and sequins. This gorgeous lace oozes vintage appeal, enhanced by the movement created by strings of delicate beads. . It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing! This lace fabric has to be seen to be properly appreciated so feel free to order a sample with our compliments.
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