Naomie Harris, You Make Us Want To Wear Lace

We adore all things lace—especially for spring—which is why spotting Harris in these alluring ensembles is so exciting, we had to share. Click through to see her most recent lacey looks, and shop our curated section of the best pieces you can buy now.

WhereEssence Black Women in Hollywood luncheon in Beverly Hills.

?On Harris: Wes Gordon dress; Jimmy Choo clutch; Christian Louboutin Toboggan Specchio Half d’Orsay Pumps ($745)

Embroidered Lace Pencil Skirt ($365)

?We can’t look away from this intensely gorgeous shade of blue. Guess we’ll have to buy it!

Lace Stripe Top ($85) and Lace Stripe Skirt ($94)

?This matching set, plus your favourite leather jacket and red lipstick, would make for the perfect date night outfit.

Where: LoveGold event at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

?On Harris: Monique Lhuillier jumpsuit; Christian Louboutin heels.

English Floral Lace Pencil Skirt ($995)

?Burberry’s spring runway showed an enticing selection of lace, so get in on the action!

Cotton Lace Insert Blouse ($356)

?If you’re wondering how to wear lace to the office, here’s how.

Where: Palm Springs International Film Festival

?On Harris: Naeem Khan dress; Rauwolf clutch; Jimmy Choo shoes

Runway Lace Dress ($495)

?The lace mixed with the sheer panels in this dress is amazing.

Lace Overlay Coat ($270)

?Wear this over a t-shirt and jeans and you’ll instantly achieve an It-girl vibe.

Where: Oxfam Charity Gala in Dubai.

?On Harris: Monique Lhuillier dress; Rauwolf Gemstone Clutch ($1420); Christian Louboutin heels.

Lace Dress ($80)

?This dress is reason enough to plan a garden party.

Pink Lace Set ($69)

?Oh yes, this will be an excellent girls’ night out ensemble.

Nicole Kliest
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Nicole Kliest is a freelance writer and editor based in New York City who focuses on fashion, travel, food, wine, and pretty much anything else that's amusing to write about. After graduating from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's in journalism and creative writing, she started her career back in 2010 as Who What Wear's photo editor and throughout the last decade has contributed to publications including Fashionista, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, The Zoe Report, PopSugar, Fodor's Travel, and several others. She also copywrites and has worked with clients such as Frame, Sea, 3x1, Intelligentsia, and others to develop brand voices through storytelling and creative marketing. She's very passionate about the ways we can improve our sustainability efforts in the fashion industry as well as cultivating content that's diverse and inclusive of all people. When she's not checking out the latest restaurant opening in her West Village neighborhood or riding her bicycle along the West Side Highway, she can be found scheming her next trip somewhere around the world. (Up next is Vienna.)