Lace sometimes gets a bad reputation – we think of our grandmother’s laces and of dated tablecloths. At Anomalie, we spend weeks sourcing everything from delicate traditional chantilly laces to 1920’s inspired bold, geometric lines for each bride’s custom wedding dress.

We’ve put together some of our favorite Bridal Fashion Week looks and how you can use laces from our vast library to create your custom design.

Symmetrical scallops

We love this bold and modern lace for a fit and flare dress that accentuates curves.Bride-fashion-laces--3

3D flowers

These 3D flowers exude pure romance against a semi-sheer organza fabric.

Bridal Fashion Week


This ultra delicate, sheer pattern contrasts beautifully against an elegant pure silk A-line skirt.Bride-fashion-laces--4

Art deco

We love the bold geometry of these lines. Accent it with gold and silver beading for a dazzling effect. Bride-fashion-laces-

Stylist Pro-Tip: Ask your stylist what you can expect for during your lace review, when you get to see you actual lace pinned on your dress! Schedule your first consultation here.

Photos by: 1 – Mike Colon , 2 – Mike Colon , 3 – Greg Kessler for Kessler Studio , 4 –