I think its interesting that every "new arrival" collection. I've seen in the last few weeks for fall, have had lace has a trend in there garments.
Lace for fall is normal on the runway.
Lots of designer gowns always seem to have some type of lacework, as for mainstream fashion, not always. Its another sign of the times; making seasonal fabric, all year long.
Ives Lace tiered Dress
The dress itself is made out of a stretch polyester crepe with stretch lace and fully lined with crepe de chine.
I like the layout of where the lace is inserted to form the sweetheart bust detail with keyhole at the back.
I like the basic A-line silhouette and the way the lace is inserted like "ribbon" on the bodice, sleeves, waist and hem. Another DIY project idea that look simple to recreate. I also like the exposed zipper on the back.
I like that the lace inserts are part of the inverted pleats as well as the shoulder yoke and waistline. Do you notice that they are defining teh waistline with the lace section? This has tulle, I wonder where, is it a part of the lining? That's interesting.
This is a mixed print dress with a lace insert at the bodice and skirt side panels. I like that the prints blend into each other with a 3D effect. Now that's really cool. Otherwise its just another jewel neckline A line dress.
Roya lace back sheath dress
I love the ruching at the midriff area, how they kept the front of the dress "clean" but have the lace inset in the back, this dress is a classic piece.