Elastic lace is a material for meters ideal for dresses in a light, sensual edition and wedding dresses. We offer carefully finished, delicate, openwork patterns that will work well in evening creations and as a decorative element, also on pillowcases. Lace fabric is characterized by elegance and feminine charm, which is why it is successfully used in women's underwear. Our fabric wholesaler in Poznań carefully selects materials so that only high-quality laces are in your hands. Silk satin or natural silk as a liner will perfectly complement the lace creation. We offer a wide range of lace fabrics per metre – including sequin embroidered or glossy in the style of glamour. We know that quality at a good price is the most important thing for you. That's why our online fabric shop allows you to order a free sample so you can be sure that you are buying the perfect lace for your dress.
Lace – what is the material?
Sought today with great meticulousness, lace materials for dresses have for centuries been considered a symbol of luxury – to the extent that there was an unwritten rule that the more lace someone had, the higher his social status was. At the same time, for years lace fabrics were treated as a way to cover the table and material for the elderly, that is, slightly nudging the mouse. Modern fashion is forgiving, open and above all flexible – modern lace is also perfect for casual styling. Made of high-quality materials, they will stack well, ensuring comfort of wearing every day. Moreover, properly selected accessories will make the lace fabric take on a different character. This allows you to play with outfits – from romantic boho to rock look.
How to care for lace clothes?
Lace for a dress is an extremely visually grateful material, but many people find it difficult to care – how to take care of clothes made of lace, so that they donot destroy themselves after the first wash ? If these are items purchased in the store, follow the manufacturer's instructions. In most cases, the information placed on the label should be enough to properly clean the dress or blouse. As a standard, it is recommended to manually wash lace materials using delicate detergents, and then dry them flat or suspended on a hanger (check in advance for any protruding elements that could damage the dress). If you decide to wash in a washing machine, fasten all the embroidery and place the lace fabric in a cotton bag.
The issue of ironing remains – although by design lace materials for dresses do not rot, most of us store clothes in such a way that it is difficult to avoid creases (e.g. in a drawer). Iron strongly advise against, because the laces are too delicate, while a good option is a clothes steamer, which will smooth the material.