Lace dates way back to the fifteenth century when women wore elaborate headdresses detailed with the patterned cloth. Ever since, it has gone on to impact fashion immensely (ranging from the Victorian era’s lace collars to fingerless gloves and biker shorts’ trim circa 1985), and I expect its popularity will continue to recycle and reform every few decades.
Aside from suggesting an esoteric theme, black lace always pleasantly reminds us of the sort of timeless, sultry appeal that Marilyn Monroe made famous. And Is definitely a key fashion item this coming fall.
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