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Fashionista NOW: Romantic Lace Dresses For Valentine’s Day 2014 Fashion Inspiration

Wonder what to wear for the upcoming Valentine’s day? No fret, we’ve rounded up a list of romantic lace dress ideas to help you find the perfect outfit to wear for the love day celebration.

A dress that oozes romance can be of any style that the wearer finds most appealing. A romantic gesture, on the other hand is easy to define, no matter what dress you are wearing.

So, when it comes to pinpointing a dress style that captures this ‘romantic’ quality that serves as an extension of your affection towards your precious date, the right dress that comes to mind is one rendered in intricate lace embellishment.

Ideally, the romantic dress should be made of divinely soft chiffon or exquisite breathable silk. And though the most romantic of colors is pink, neutral shades of white, cream, beige, black do work well in giving off an understated flair, if timeless classic is how you prefer to adorn yourself.

If you find a full-on lacy dress a little too much for your taste, find one that features a lace accent decorating the back, chest, sleeve or the hem area.

As always, to find the perfect Valentine’s Day dress, do scour the lookbooks below:

lace dress – Hedonia

black lace dress – Pixie Market

white lace dress – Romwe

green chiffon lace dress – Dazzlin

black lace dress – Sugarlips

pink lace dress – H&M

beige lace dress with bow – Awwdore

Do you like any of the lace dress showcased here? If so, which is your favorite? What other dress styles do you consider to be romantic? Share below, it’s FREE!

“Adornment is never anything except a reflection of the heart.”Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel

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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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