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ladylike in lace

On the front cover of September's Australian Vogue is Australian actress, Bella Heathcote, wearing a beautiful raspberry lace chiffon dress. I remember wearing lace in the late 80's, early 90's and I loved it! There's something really lovely and ladylike about it. 



Here are some style inspirations by none other than the graceful Audrey Hepburn. In my opinion, she is the epitome of feminity and ladylikeness. The feminine white lace dress was actually worn by Audrey for the 1954 Academy Awards. 

 


Worn by Audrey during the filming of the 1966 classic, How to Steal a Million, the black chantilly dress below is exquisite. Is it any wonder lace is in the spotlight yet again!




I can't believe how fast the week has gone and how Spring is almost upon us! Yippee!!

Hope you enjoy your Friday tomorrow! Have a restful and wonderful weekend.

Yours in style,

Suzi x

I love hearing from you all so feel free to comment below or ask me any style questions you may have. x


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