Embrace the guipure lace dress trend

The guipure lace dress trend is surprisingly easy to wear, and it even wears like an everyday dress going stylishly from a day to night.


Lace mint green Self-Portrait dress summer blogger style TrendSurvivor

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Lace mint green Self-Portrait dress summer blogger style TrendSurvivor

Lace mint green Self-Portrait dress summer blogger style TrendSurvivor

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Let it be said, however, that to embrace the lace dress trend for day you need to add the right accessories.

I styled it with a pair of nude color ballet flats. Even though you can’t say it’s an effortless daytime look it was perfect for a daytime pool party in one of the most beautiful houses in Paros Island in Greece.

Are wondering what to wear to a summer wedding? Whether you’re a guest, a bridesmaid, or a bride-to-be,  I would suggest you embrace the guipure lace dress trend. Guipure lace is a type of bobbin lace which connects the motifs with bars or plaits rather than net or mesh. Love it!

Romantic ensembles are so chic for warm weather weddings, christenings and garden parties!


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( another option is this Self-Portrait antique-rose lace midi dress or this cute less expensive maternity Guiporre lace dress from Asos )

Nude Ballet flats Lanvin  for day or nude mid-heel ankle straps for night

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Have a lovely Day!!!

Ph- Stavros Niflis

Photo editing cropping  – Nina P

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