1 m = 1.1 yd
|Composition:||65% Cotton 25% Polyamide 10% Polyester|
|Categories:||Dresses, Evening Wear, Skirts|
This red Chantilly lace fabric boasts a stylized rose pattern, overlaid with tone-on-tone soutache cord. It is edged with dainty scallops. Mostly made of cotton, it is soft and pleasant to the touch, with a little bit of texture added by the cord. Use this French lace as a source of inspiration and recharge your wardrobe with its passionate color.
This lace fabric has a tiny defect: the red cord contains a white thread which is visible in some areas of the pattern. Still, it does not affect its charm and can be used for creating evening or casual outfits. Enjoy 30% discount on this fabulous French lace!
Sophie Hallette lace has always been the synonym of luxury and refined taste. Woven on the 19th century British looms in the French city of Caudry, this lace attracts in many ways: impeccably woven, it features a charming vibe of more than century-old French weaving traditions and comes in a vast range of luxurious designs. Chantilly, guipure, corded and beaded laces by this French brand please the eye with floral, ornamental and geometric patterns. Sophie Hallette laces are regularly chosen by the world-renowned fashion designers to be transformed into mind-blowing masterpieces of haute couture. Not surprisingly, these fabrics have become iconic for millions of fashionistas all around the globe.
The brand itself deserves attention as well. Founded in 1887, over the years, Sophie Hallette has created a strong reputation for making lace for haute couture and ready-to-wear segments. This lace can be used for various occasions, be it weddings, cocktail parties or even red carpet ceremonies.
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.
What does a red lace dress make one think of? An Esmeralda-like brunette, burning passion, Spanish bullfight, Sangria wine, scarlet lips, Argentinian tango. Sure it does ring a bell for anyone who has seen it once in a lifetime. Red is the color of blood, love and hate. It evokes strong emotions in men, which women take advantage of. A red lace dress is a double impact, as lace can safely be called the most alluring fabric of all times. There is no doubt that a bodycon mini might look too bold, but with a little taste one can look hot and chic. Here are the options:
If it still looks a bit too much, opt for a tiny accent like red lace applique. Wearing a wedding dress made solely of red lace is questionable. But even playful lace lingerie can set the right mood.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the running 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