Vintage Lace: Stylish and Sophisticated
Lace fabric has remained popular for centuries, partly due to the fact that it can be constantly recreated in new, exciting ways. Some lace designs are so successful that they become permanent fixtures, gaining and retaining that classic vintage appeal. Here are four vintage lace fabric styles to enjoy...
A fine tulle ground is the base for this divine lace fabric, which features plenty of embellishment in the form of beads, sequins and diamantés. The lace is adorned with finely-corded floral motifs and framed with asymmetrical scalloped borders. Alexandra has long been established as one of our most popular wedding dress materials and is available in a rich palette of different colors with matching lace trim and appliques.
A delicate, feminine fabric rendered in classic Chantilly style, this delightful wedding dress material has a floral design. Selected elements of the exquisite bouquets are enhanced with cording and both sides have a removable straight edge beneath which lies a scalloped border.
A soft, lightweight tulle has been embroidered with dense ivory thread, forming attractive floral garlands interspersed with beautiful Baroque-style motifs. Subtle embellishment adds the finishing touch, with clear sequins and Champagne-colored filigree thread working in perfect aesthetic harmony.
Combining floral and abstract diamond motifs, Ruby lace fabric is a visual delight. Colorless sequins and Champagne filigree thread are used to add detail, creating a truly elegant and sophisticated design. The perfect complement to Ruby ivory lace is Ohio lace trim, also available on our website.
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