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Fashionista NOW: Black Lace Fashion Trend

Lace is such a feminine fabric that when it is in black, can bring a sprinkle of dark elegant allure to your look.

Black lace fashion trend of these recent years have seen them not only decorating the most intimate lingerie but also dresses, blouses, shorts, skirts, leggings, shoes and accessories.

Talk about lace revolution, eh? Anyway, this trend can be a hit and miss depending on how much of lace is present. The most wearable black lace style that can be worn by anyone should be in a form of accents or detailing in the back or front of a blouse or dress.

Like most things, lace is great in moderation. Think that black lace in general is too dramatic?

Well, you can inject a dose of casual into your look by pairing a lace top with denim jeans or a pair or capri pants, for instance. For an office-appropriate look, team a blouse with black lace detailing with a pencil skirt or black pants. Tone that lace down by throwing a printed cardigan for a more casual look.

Too much of black lace can cause people to wonder if they’d just miss the Halloween/costume party invite and we don’t want that now do we?

For a quick look on how to wear the black lace trend, scroll on down:

black lace tube top by Terranova

black lace peplum blouse by Stelly

black lace dress

black lace bodysuit

chiffon and black lace top by Forward To All

floral black lace dress by Chic Dolly

black lace blouse by Urban Philosophy

floral black lace bodysuit by American Apparel

What do you think of these looks? Do you like the peek-a-boo effect of lace or is it too risque for your taste? Share below.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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