Timeless fabric, lace is part of the brazilian fashion history since the arrival of the royal family, a period in which the material was presented to our culture.
Camila, for example, opted for a model entirely in lace to create her look. The black jacket with embroidery gave a rocker touch to the delicate aspect of her 2-piece.
Despite its association with more romantic looks, many international brands have revamped the usage of the fabric.
Balenciaga, Michael Kors, Rodarte and givenchy went for the classic white version when creating their Spring/Summer collection but in different styles: now more delicate, grunge and fashionista.
The sicilian Dolce&Gabbana woman shows a new look to lace with floral embroidery and highlighted the more powerful versatility side of the fabric.
The Rodarte resembles dark victorian with details in ruffles and transparencies and lace applications in strategic places.
Gucci of Alessandro Michele gave a vintage version and explored the material in midi pieces with deep necklines.
For a classic and contemporary look, go for a complete piece leaving lace as the protagonist.
This was my choice for a working day: a floral and delicate outfit. The lace skirt brought the perfect harmony between the stylish top (a piece created by Carol Bassi and these ultra-romantic sandals).
The good thing is that, depending on the combination, you can wear it on a day to day or for a more social event.