A huge selection of lace Trims online from Amain Lace
Lace is tender, feminine and original way. This openwork material can add distinctiveness to even the simplest thing.
Where lace trim is used
Lace trim is actual as a decor, when finishing women’s clothing. It will have a great look on an evening dress, delicate holiday dress, as well as stylish youth clothes.
When sewing underwear, it is difficult to do without lace. We have rare offers of lace for designers, allowing to implement the most non-standard ideas. One may also buy lace trims for finishing items: bed linen, tablecloths and interior details.
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It is made up of different materials ranging from cotton, polyester, nylon, and much more.
Cotton lace trim is made from one of the finest cotton fabrics and embroidery thread. Its delicate texture makes it friendly to the skin and decorative-friendly.
Tricot lace trim — made from polyester or nylon — is common in ladies’ garments. Its elastic material makes it stretchable, delicate, and breathable. Hence why it is commonly used in underwear.
Crochet lace trim is made up of cotton using crochet machines. Its cotton texture makes it another breathable and decorative wear to add to any clothing.
Chantilly lace trim has always been considered an attribute of fashionistas; at present, leading designers adorn dresses with them and use them for decorating things. The basis of the ornament is lattice. Due to various weaving density, decorative elements may be clearly traced on cloth. Initially, Chantilly lace was made from black threads, but now it is not limited to this color and lace has become more popular. Chantilly lace is used for sewing wedding dresses, evening dresses, corsets and women’s lingerie, accessories, bed linen, curtains and more.
Guipure lace trim has an airy, elegant, translucent fabric with an unusual pattern. Products from guipure looks refined and stylish.
Bridal lace trim consists of thin and lightweight fabric like mesh. Bridal trimmings are now widely used as decoratives in other clothing.
Special demand is the so-called 3D lace, with three-dimensional elements.