The cord lace has always been popular right from our mothers and grandmothers time. Now the cord lace is back and we know it as the Guipure lace. The cord lace is another form of the Swiss Guipure lace which has seen a boost in the market because of the lovely floral and loop designs.
The cord lace is an aso ebi staple right now and if you don’t have any in your closet then you are not fashion forward. Below are several aso ebi styles made from the cord lace, scroll through and be inspired.
This aso ebi style is an off shoulder elbow sleeve eight piece floor length gown made from green cord lace and purple linen, paired with a purple and black print head gear, a butterfly brooch and bronze bangles.
This aso ebi style is a peach cord lace sewn into a iro and buba style and paired with a black purse and patent stiletto.
This Guipure lace is sewn into a puff sleeve iro and buba style paired with an almost turquoise blue head gear, yellow sandal heel and a gummy studded minauderie.
This lovely aso ebi style is made from a rare and unique guipure lace fabric and it is sewn into a peplum floor length eight piece gown paired with a mustard colored aso oke head gear and silver jewelries,
This gorgeous yellow lace is sewn into a three step peplum short sleeve blouse with a matching yoke skirt, paired with a blue head gear, yellow bead necklace and a blue clutch.
This lovely cold shoulder semi-peplum floor length slit gown is made from a cream lace with blue linen and paired with a dark green head gear, a dark clutch and gold jewelries.
This aso ebi style is flawless, a lovely midi sleeve peplum blouse with elaborate polka-dot detailing paired with a matching six piece skirt, a jubilee head gear, statement whitish neck-piece and a cream clutch.
This lovely yet simple lace style is an off-shoulder peplum blouse paired with a slit skirt, matching blue and white aso oke head gear and creamish white accessories.
This gorgeous aso ebi lace style is a simple cap sleeve inverted pleat floor length gown with pocket details paired with a lovely silver bead necklace.
I love the cord or guipure lace, which lace is your favorite? Share your comments in the comment section below.
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