Style.com recently did an article called "Dress to Frill" that centers around the increasing popularity of lace on this season's runways. Lace looks like it's going to be very popular this year -- the perfect opportunity for designers, crocheters, and knitters to shine alike, especially in some of the colorways that our Lace-weight yarn comes in. Whether you like your lace dramatic, delicate, feminine or full of dropped stitches, you're sure to find some inspiration on the runways (and our colorcard) this fall.
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I am especially in love with the gorgeous blouses paired with trousers, pencil skirts or over dresses as tunic wear. I can see this translating really well into knitted stitches and stockinette panels!
Colors on the runways were mostly nudes and blacks, but with the endless palette that knitters have available to them, why not add a little pop into a drab winter wardrobe instead? Lace can be daring without disastrous, especially since you can always put something simple (like brown or beige) beneath it!