We totally love lace and all of the ways, from guipure to cutouts, to incorporate this traditional element into a wedding gown. So today, we’re taking a look at how to add lace as a second layer, a modern trend that is versatile, unique, and dazzling. Check out why we think you’ll love to layer in lace in your Anomalie wedding dress.
As a second layer, lace creates contrast with a top layer of lace, adding depth and detail to ballgown or fit-and-flare gowns. Typically, our stylists will recommend a softer chantilly lace with an all-over repeating pattern when layering in lace on a dress.
If you’re dreaming of an exposed corset with no lining, a second layer of lace will add a bit more coverage in the bodice.
Or add skin-toned lining in the bodice with contrasting layers of lace to highlight the different textures and patterns of each lace. When you design a custom wedding gown with Anomalie, our stylists will help you pick the perfect complementary lace patterns.
Because your Anomalie stylist might recommend ballgown or fit-and-flare gowns for layering in lace, consider a tiered skirt to add a second layer of lace. This is a fun way to add texture and movement for dancing the night away!
Stylist Pro Tip: Of course, lace isn’t the only fabric you can layer in your dress. For a touch of glitz and glamour, a second layer of sparkle tulle will make your custom Anomalie wedding gown shine. Let us help you design a dress you’ll love!
Love lace? Check out these other tips for incorporating lace on Unboxed:
- Don’t Think You’re a Lace Bride? Think Again – Introducing You to Guipure
- These Wedding Dresses with Lace Cutout Trains Deserve a Double Take
- Gatsby Meets Glam For This Romantic Lace Gown in New Orleans
- Lace: The Top 5 Trends for Customizing Lace on Your Wedding Dress
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