The lace dress – get on board!
Cruise dresses – spoilt for choice
All our dresses are designed to be different so it’s really hard to pick a handful of cruise dresses out of the hundreds we have! Sounds like torture doesn’t it? Well, we battled through our rails of women’s clothing and decided that the lace dress is our favourite of all of the cruise dresses we short listed. OK, maybe for this week at least! It is a woman’s prerogative to change her mind isn’t it? Visit our cruise dresses shop to see our dilemma!
Lace dresses – love the vintage look
With so many bright and exciting dresses around with bold prints it’s easy to fall in love with the new and the contemporary. This doesn’t mean that every now and again ladies clothes shouldn’t step back in time and reveal an air of classic ladies clothing. With vintage fashion and second hand women’s clothing becoming more fashionable, it seems everyone wants a touch of classic glamour in their wardrobes. This has been reflected in new designs and we’ve found some lovely little lace numbers that would be ideal for super-special occasions such as a cruise. So, head to the high seas, in a high class lace dress.
If it’s head to toe glamour you’re after for a ball or likewise then look no further. Our floor length satin lined, full Lace Detail Dress definitely makes a statement. It’s in the sale too so grab yourself a bargain lace dress with a difference.
Alternatively there’s our Full Lace Dress with neutral lining that’s less glitz and more of a traditional dressy lace look. The length is just below the knee making it great for balls and weddings alike.
A lace dress for dinner or dancing
If you want to look lovely on your cruise but aren’t heading out for such a formal evening then we’ve found some ideal knee-length lace dresses that flatter the figure. The great thing about these cruise dresses is that they travel well too. Simply folded they won’t over-crease due to the lace exterior. No iron needed. That’s what we call a holiday!
- Lined lace dresses are a great way to pull you in.
- Un-lined lace is see-through and therefore not flattering on areas that may have lumps or bumps so avoid this.
- Lace sleeves can be used as partial coverage if you feel your arms aren’t as toned as you’d like. We just love this long-sleeved Stretch Lace Top or this Heine Lace Bolero, available in 3 cruise-friendly colours.
- A-line shaped lace dresses slim curvy hips. Try this Together Lace Crinkle Dress that flares at the hips and enhance your waist.
If you’d like to add a touch of lace to your day time cruise looks why not opt for a lace-trim vest top or lace trim kaftans. Failing that, stay on trend with some lovely lace lingerie!
Remember all these lace looks can be worn for other special occasions and will last for your next few cruises with them being classic and vintage.
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