The origin of lace remains a mystery. There is no definite date, but the first elements of lace date back to the early sixteenth century. After its hype in the 1700s, lace had a slight dip in popularity until the late 1800s. And now, every year, lace features on catwalks from Paris to New York. In summer, lace is very popular because it’s so light and breezy. In winter, red and black lace dresses add that feeling of style to the holidays, and so many brides have chosen to wear lace to the most beautiful day of their lives. So take your pick, what hand made lace dress will you be wearing this year?