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Lace Fabric Patterns Commonly Used in Wedding Dresses

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Lace wedding dresses uk have been widely recognized and very popular not only in the UK, but also in other western countries, as one of the desirable styles of wedding dresses or wedding gowns to be worn by a bride in a marriage ceremony. As early as the history began, for the first time in the year of 1840, Queen Victoria wore a beautiful lace wedding dress in her marriage ceremony to Albert of Saxe-Coburg. This particular event was also known as a milestone that marked the beginning of the Victorian era. And the particular wedding dress, was later being adapted as the standard of various designs of wedding dresses known as the Victorian style.
Lace itself is an open-weave fabric and is usually being used in combination with other types of fabrics as a part of a wedding dress. Combined with other common types of fabrics such as silk and organza, there are a wide range of designs and styles of exquisite lace wedding dresses uk available today.
Lace fabrics come in different types, and can be used either as a part of a dress or as an entire dress, if it is being properly lined. The different types can be sorted out based on their patterns. Some of the most commonly patterns are including the Alencon Lace, which is a lace with corded designs with sheer net background, made of fine French needlepoint. Another common type is The Battenburg Lace. This tape lace type is made by strips of fabric decorated in mild floral or geometric designs. On the other hand, if you are looking for a fine, hand-made bobbin lace, the Chantilly Lace is known for its fine net ground. It comes with abundant detail and floral design features, outlined with silk threads. Other type to be considered is the Duchesse Lace. Also known as the Brussels lace or Point Duchesse lace, this fine bobbin lace comes with heavy, raised floral designs. The next favorite choice could be the Corded Lace. This three-dimensional looked lace, which is originally and exclusively made in France, is extremely elegant. One of the earliest types of lace which is still being commonly used is the Guipure Lace. This particular firm stiff feeling lace has a continuous dense pattern of floral or geometric. Last but not least, there is the Schiffli Lace, a machine-made type of lace which offers delicate floral embroidery printed on a sacrificial fabric.

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