This shirt looks like it’s been dipped into a boiling pot of sexy.
Get the look: Nasty Gal Sophie lace top, $23.
Be a caped crusader: Fight evil in a gossamer cloak.
Get the look: Imitation Sandine black lace cape, $560.
Every woman has the right to bare arms. A holey tee ought to help.
Get the look: Sandro Estrella crocheted cotton-lace T-shirt, $315.
We’ve had it up to here (points to ankle) with long, frumpy skirts. Opt for something with a more feminine length.
Get the look: Alice + Olivia Bernadette lace skirt, $396.
As if head-to-toe lace wasn’t va-va-voom enough, a peephole at the chest adds extra allure.
Get the look: ASOS high-neck lace top, $52.
S’leeve it to a flirty minidress to turn heads.
Get the look: Nightcap Clothing Victorian lace dress, $341.
Strategically placed lace is more of a “peek” than a “boo.”
Get the look: Blu Moon button-down top with lace back, $165.
A citrus-colored dress will be your wardrobe’s main squeeze.
Get the look: Moulinette Soeurs Horkelia shift, $178.
Some midriff-baring dresses look downright trashy, but this one we can stomach.
Get the look: Shakuhachi lace-panel sundress, $249.
Draping yourself in lace invites people to see right through you — in a good way.
Get the look: Lover black lace dress, $458.
Forget the eyes; the legs have it. Show ’em off in a gam-baring party dress.
Get the look: Alice + Olivia Bailey high-neck lace dress, $597.
Not for the squeamish, sheer pants really put the “leg” in “leggings.”
Get the look: Kova&T Lexington lace leggings, $121.
Puff, puff, but don’t pass on a dress with puffed sleeves and a delicate scalloped hem.
Get the look: Milly Melanie lace dress, $365.