Pleather Lasercut Skirt

What’s your favorite clothing item? A pair of distressed jeans, a comfy sweater, or maybe even a cute little crop top? Everyone has their favorite clothes, clothes that they can’t get enough of. For me, that would be dresses and skirts.

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It’s no lie that I love to frolic around in skirts and dresses, which is why today’s post should be no surprise.  Continue reading

Black and PINK Lace

More lace for you guys! Shocking, right?! I shot this outfit quite a while ago (around the end of May), but due to a busy work schedule and a lot of traveling within the past month, I wasn’t able to organize the post and the works.

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This shirt (also featured here) is definitely one of my favorites. I pulled it out of my closet and thought, “why have I not worn this yet?”. It’s perfect for me, because as I’ve probably said a million times before, I love lace.

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Blue Lace With PINK

Hello, “Lilacs&Lace” readers/followers! I’m sorry for the hiatus between blog posts! Unfortunately, due to my work schedule, I have been too busy to return home to Eau Claire, which is where my friend (and amateur photographer) Mackenzie is. I take a lot of time planning these posts out, and a lot of effort goes into them. This planning includes: choosing the outfit, accessories, hairstyle, and makeup, as well as picking the days and locations of the shoots. The last part of the planning would be choosing the post’s name and date of when it will be posted. Because of the lack of posts I’ve had lined up, and the fact that I don’t have the time, money, or resources to post everyday, I planned these posts (along with the past posts) accordingly so they weren’t so clustered together, with weeks of very few posts going on.

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Okay, now that we have that out of the way, on to the post! As you can tell by my blog’s name, I’m kind of a fan of lace. To me, lace has always been one of my go-to choices in clothing. I always said I should’ve been born earlier, and I think my taste in clothes really supports that theory. Continue reading