Romantic English lace is always trendy and modern

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The lace is a fine open fabric, typically one of cotton or silk, made by looping, twisting, or knitting thread in patterns and used especially for trimming garments.

A loincloth is a one-piece garment, sometimes kept in place by a belt.

Another guipure lace is Cluny lace, which originated in France, but spread elsewhere, such as the English lacemaking areas.

Flowers and lace So you sleep sweetly.

Cloth, ribbons, lace and silks for the ladies.

Mm, a picture frame, a silver candlestick, an old lace doily.

Imagine ladies wedding gown. It’s white lace.

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Lace is actually a romantic piece that dominates the combinations of today’s fashion influencers.
This fashion trend is especially pleasing to many women who are big fans of retro fashion. Probably every woman in the closet has at least some blouse with lace or an item of clothing with lace. The name sling lace was used by the people for years, which was used by our mothers and grandmothers, aunts and cousins. This type of lace is officially called ‘sling lace’ although it leaves readers with a confusing impression.
Although there is no official record of where the lace was originally spotted, there is a story that sling lace originated in the Czech lands in the early 16th century. The English like to call it “English lace” because it was very popular in English fashion from 1840 to 1880. It was used mostly for petticoats, nightgowns, underwear, hem and children’s clothing.
Slinging is a technique that uses a needle or machine to make a white perforated embroidery on canvas. This embroidery usually has the shape of flowers and tiny dots. In addition to clothing, this type of lace dominated tablecloths, tablecloths, children’s bedding and numerous folk costumes in some parts of the world. Today, this lace is one of the favorite materials of many designers. Every season, designers delight their clients with ‘statement’ blouses and dresses with recognizable embroidery.
Brigite Bardot and Jane Birkin adored the slinged white dresses they wore along with oversized straw hats and knitted checkers. The sexy Marilyn Monroe had her tight version of a white dress made of this ingenious lace. Blouses were most often worn with denim trapezoids or sometimes strongly

popular capri pants in beige shades, with straight ballerinas or espadrilles, which are still popular today.
In the last few years, sling has dominated the collections of numerous designers (Chanel, Erdem, Valentino, Chloe, 3.1. Phillip Lim, Just Cavalli). Simone Rocha has dedicated an entire collection to this technique. The famous Zimmerman gained its popularity thanks to this type of lace.
Although romantic English lace is popular and created for the hot summer months it can be worn / used all year round. Mostly in white or airy pastel shades of blue and beige. It always looks refreshingly focused on a feminine and sophisticated atmosphere in numerous designer collections. It can be with vintage elements interpreted in a modern and contemporary way.
Today, you can find these fashion items with lace at flea markets and second hand shops. Take a look at the offer of any designer or high street brand. They have at least one piece decorated with this type of lace in their collections. Dresses are a classic that we adore for seasons. There are always popular blouses that have won Instagram influencers as well. They combine their blouses with their favorite high-waisted jeans, linen shorts or mini skirts with front fastening. Get inspired by the leading trendsetters and combine them with basic summer pieces, complete them with fashion accessories made of natural materials and additionally spice up some striking shoes.

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