3 Unexpected Ways To Wear Lace

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Sophisticated, sexy and eternally chic, lace has long been one of our go-to trends for festive fêtes and evenings out. While the trend is both timeless and accessible—no matter what your budget—even the most style-savvy fashion girl may find it difficult to incorporate the sexy fabric into her wardrobe successfully. This winter, work an unexpected lace piece into your look for a sultry, cool result. Here, a few of our favorite pieces of the season and how to rock them with confidence.

This Is Not Your Grandmother's Lace

Photo: Caroline's Mode

Dress down lace via these d'Orsay flats teamed with a chunky sweater, slim-fitting boyfriend jeans and a vampy red pout.

9044 Jake

$220

J Brand

Velvet Crème Lipstick in Icon

$30

Hourglass

Lace and Suede Point-Toe Flats

$580

Gianvito Rossi

Textured Knit Sweater

$150

MICHAEL Michael Kors

For a fresh alternative to a dress, reach for a matching crop top and skirt combo. Be sure not to overload on accessories: Nude mules and a taupe manicure add a feminine touch without competing with the lace.

Enamored Nail Lacquer in Baby Jane

$18

Marc Jacobs

Trovina Mules

$785

Manolo Blahnik

Vee Vee Crop Top

$395

Lover

Libra Lace Pencil Skirt

$495

Lover

Feeling daring? For festive fêtes and holiday get-togethers, a lace jumpsuit is an edgy statement worth making. For an elegant outcome, finish off the look with a cropped faux-fur jacket and a chain-strap evening bag.

Trina Pumps

$265

L.A.M.B.

Monogram Chain Wallet

$1,490

Yves Saint Laurent

Short Fur Jacket

$80

Zara

Lace Macrame Jumpsuit

$3,800

Stella McCartney