There’s something so fresh about the texture of eyelet pieces. It’s no surprise then that this lace alternative emerges as a trend this time of year.
Back in 2008, I ‘splurged’ on a Tahari eyelet dress, spending $79.99 (retail: $348). It’s a classic shift dress with puff sleeves and a buttoned down front. The embroidered eyelet is a chic floral cutout over a white silky lining.
I was willing to spend more on this dress because of its impeccable quality and design. It was a good buy, too, because I’ve worn this dress to everything from a sophisticated evening affair to the classroom on a regular teaching day.
Four springs later, this eyelet dress remains a favorite.