|Composition:||61% Cotton26% Viscose13% Polyamide|
|Suitable For:||Finishing & Separate Garments|
This cotton blend lace features an intricate botanical pattern, carefully outlined with matching soutache cord. With its medium weight and textured feel, this off-white bridal lace drapes gorgeously, providing a creative mind with infinite design possibilities. Use this lace as overlay or combine it with other fabrics to create ultramodern looks.
Bridal lace is a luxuriously designed lace that has traditionally been used in wedding dresses. Created for one of the most festive and celebrated occasions in woman’s life, this fabric often comes with opulent decorations such as sequin, bead, pearl or rhinestone embroidery.
Some of the most beautiful designs are represented by Lyon, corded, guipure, macrame, cotton and Chantilly lace fabrics. The color palette of bridal laces is all about pastels: white, beige, off-white and ivory, which recalls to purity and solemnity.
Created by such iconic European manufacturers as Sophie Hallette, Riechers Marescot and Solstiss, bridal lace fabrics are the epitome of luxury worthy of crowned heads.
French lace fabric is a type of lace with delicate woven patterns made in France. This group of laces comprises Chantilly, Lyon, corded, guipure, macrame and other lace types.
In the world of high fashion fabrics, French lace is a sign of luxury and femininity. Lace dresses are traditionally considered to be an inseparable part of bridal dress fashion. In 1956, princess Grace Kelly went down the aisle with the prince of Monaco Rainier III in gorgeous Alençon lace. Another royal wedding with French lace happened in 2011, when the duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton wore a graceful dress decorated with Caudry lace. Her ivory gown was embroidered with roses and daffodils.
No fashion week goes without French laces in designer collections.
Delightful French lace patterns imbue the dresses with the French charm and elegance.
French lace is a luxurious fabric, and its production still requires lots of craftsmanship.
Corded lace fabrics are renowned for their raised patterns outlined with soutache cord. These fabrics are also known as Alencon lace and are often used in bridal and evening fashion. Corded lace is ideal for overlays and looks especially chic paired with organza or silk satin. Opaque or see-through, this lace type has a textured surface.
Corded laces are supplied by such well-known French and Austrian manufacturers as Sophie Hallette, Riechers Marescot, Solstiss and HOH. Chosen by the world's leading fashion houses, they are often transformed into iconic masterpieces of haute couture.
Solstiss is the world-renowned manufacturer of French lace with more than 40 years of history. The range of fabrics is vastly extensive – from premium quality Chantilly lace and corded lace to beaded and sequined lace, as well as scalloped lace trims.
What makes Solstiss lace unique is a multitude of contrasts. French artisans often use threads of various colours and do embroideries by hand to create beautiful patterns.
Solstiss applies bead, pearl, crystal and sequin embroidery onto lace fabrics meant for wedding dresses. The company’s designs often go ahead of time. While the classic motif for Chantilly lace is flowers, Solstiss also creates geometric and even abstract patterns.
The fabrics by this manufacturer are chosen by prominent fashion designers, whose masterpieces rock the planet’s largest catwalks.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry.
To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards