Trend Alert: Unapologetically Sheer Lace Skirts

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The lace trend is at its strongest in the recent years, and it looks like it’s not waning anytime soon with yet another fashion must-have making its rounds. This time, the oh-so-chic community of fashion bloggers are going short with their skirt linings and going long on the sheer lace skirt trend. Mostly making use of guipure lace (or lace without the mesh), the trend has found yet another way to strengthen its hold in the fashionista circles. Here are five looks we pulled:

1. Sporty Chic

Lena of Lena PandaLena of Lena Panda

With the racerback silhouette making a huge comeback with the lingering Isabel Marant sporty fashion craze, it is no surprise that some bloggers would think of mashing up the trend with the romantic lace. Pull out a stark white outfit with a lace skirt, cropped racerback top and a blazer (in case it’s still chilly). Finish the look with nude, white and gold accessories to maintain the crispness of the outfit.

Shop her look:

Kendra Scott Kate Spade Aldo Elizabeth and James Victoria Beckham DailylookDaily Look Venetian Lace Skirt, $44.99 / Elizabeth and James Upton Crop Top, $245 / Victoria Beckham Tuxedo Jacket, $2,795 / Steven by Steve Madden Caydence Ankle Strap Low Heels, $99 / Kendra ScottDebbie Glass Drop Earrings in Black, $65 / Kate Spade New York Mother-of-Pearl Dial Gold-Strap Watch, $150 / Aldo Reiten Bag in Nude, £50

2. Casual Stud

Nastassja of Panna Amore e CaféNastassja of Panna Amore e Caffé

We love this casual outfit because it can take you from the office to a dinner out with friends. This outfit is comfortable yet still pulled together enough to work in, and is absolutely brimming with chicness – enough to meet your night life’s standards. Give your casual ribbed sweater that extra oomph with a sheer lace skirt and studded pointed toe shoes. Polish the look off with earthy accessories.

Shop her look:

Lucien Piccard Mallary Marks Valentino Fashion Union DSquared2 Mango Marc by Marc JacobsFashion Union Blake Lace Pencil Skirt with Under Slip in White, £18 / Mango Open Knit Jumper in Natural White, £19.99 / Valentino Garavani Rockstud Slingback, $945 / Mallary Marks Mali Garnet, Silicized Wood & Gold “A&E” Earrings, $2,605 / Marc by Marc Jacobs Classic Q Percy Bag, $198 / DSquared2 Studded Wrap-Around Bracelet, $148.18 / Lucien Piccard Women’s Coca White Austrian Crystal White MOP Dial Brown, $59.99 (before: $395)

3. Crop Top Vixen

Rose of DadouchicRose of Dadouchic

We love the dramatic flair accompanying the black crop-top-and-lace-combo in this look (see huge furry coat above and the over-the-top accessories below). Go casual with a simple black top or a bit more sophisticated with a lace one. Play around with chunky, attention-calling gold accessories to create this perfect vixen look.

Shop her look:


Fashion Union Daily Look Zadig Voltaire Giuseppe Zanotti Charlotte Olympia New LookDaily Look Venetian Lace Skirt, $44.99 / Zadig & Voltaire Sheer Embroidered Boxy Crop Top, £ 315 / Giuseppe Zanotti Ankle Strap Snake Heels, $1,695 / New Look Gold Varied Double Row Chunky Chain Necklace, £9.99 / Charlotte Olympia Sunny Metallic Patent-Leather and PVC Clutch, £595 / Fashion Union Joanne Oversize Envelope Clutch With Gold Stud Detail in Black, £4.50 (before: £15)


4. Spring Fling

Frances of Frances CassandraFrances of Frances Cassandra

This may not be lace (it’s organza, to be precise) but it made our list anyway because pretty much follows the shorter lining skirt trend. More importantly, how cute is that floral print? Pair the skirt with a white cropped top, oversized braided hat, and some earth-tone accessories, and you’re ready to go head-to-head with spring’s prettiest blooms.

Shop her look:


Melissa Odabash Sara Designs Sam Edelman Rare London McQ Alexander McQueen New Look

5. The Artist

Kefilwe of Kefi Vogue StylesKefilwe of Kefi Vogue Styles

We love how absolutely creative this look is – it not only played with the print-on-print trend but it also experimented with combining various textures. The look went absolutely nuts that it actually made sense, which we absolutely adore. Wear the lace skirt with a printed sweater and, most importantly, go all out crazypants on the accessories. The funkier, the more pulled together your outfit will be.

Shop her look:


Linda Fowler Gallery Privileged Alexander McQueen Opening Ceremony Miss Selfridge Dorothy PerkinsMiss Selfridge Black Lace Skirt, £30 / Opening Ceremony Abstract-Print Cotton Blend Sweater, $346 / Linda Farrow Gallery Cat Eye Sunglasses, $277.19 / Alexander McQueen Micro Studded Leather Shoulder Bag, €1,486 / Dorothy Perkins Black Bowler Hat, £14 / Privileged Surrender Metal Heel Booties, $112

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