"Miss Effingham is very plainly dressed for an only daughter" continued the young lady, "though that lace of her cousin's is real point!
The lace for Miss Minnesota's lingerie; the jewelled comb in Miss Colorado's hair; the hat that would grace Miss New Hampshire; the dress for Madam Delaware--all were the results of their farsighted selection.
Lace is an essential to the dress of a woman more than forty years of age.
Lace and Drapery is as much a Man, as Wit and Turn is Passion.
The lace made here is the most valuable of any manufactured in France.
Will not the ribbons on her bodice, and the lace around her neck, become the most important and delightful objects of discursive commentary?--the very fluttering rosettes which burn upon her little instep, and the pearls which glitter in her powdered hair, be of more interest than the fall of thrones?
The lace around Marjorie's neck was a piece that their mother had made towards her own wedding outfit.