Feminine Flair

By Kellye Crocker
Lace isn’t just for lingerie—or grandma’s doilies—anymore. It has slipped into women’s fashion, and Julia Talerico, manager of Velvet Coat, predicts we’ll see more. “It’s whimsical and fun,” she says.

The freshest looks mix textures and styles, turning lace pieces into super separates. Today’s lace tops, for instance, stand on their own–you can’t see through them, Talerico says. Bonus points: They’re comfy, not itchy.

Looking to “lace up”? Talerico offers ideas from her East Village shop here, but cautions that it’s just a start. These pretty multitaskers can dress up or kick back, and they all look great with jeans. (Try white for a change.)

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