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Lace is a fine, openwork fabric with motifs. For a long
time, the fabric was made by hand. A distinction was made between bobbin lace
and needle lace. There is a wide range of techniques for making lace.
Just as many types of handicraft were replaced by machine-made alternatives, lace-making has also been mechanised since the Industrial Revolution. Since then, it has become a popular and accessible fashion fabric.
Lace is delicate: the material is translucent and thin. Lace guarantees elegance. It is very popular for festive occasions. Lace is used to make bridal wear, bridal accessories, cocktail dresses, gala dresses and other party wear. In addition, many lace fabrics are suitable for everyday use, for a chic look.