Even when a tulle skirt can be a bit extra for a weekend stroll around summer time Sydney, I go for it – like channeling my inner Carry Bradshaw. Not that I’m following any trend code in particular this time but from the many current fashion proposals this year brings with it, tulle skirts have a special place in my heart.
Now, so many girls love this style, but shy away from it simply because it might be too much or commonly thought of as not compatible with real style, real scenarios and situations. But I’ll tell you and not because I’m a devoted fan of tulle skirts, it can be done – as usual, details make the difference…
The trick – Don’t over do it, a tulle skirt is already your outfit’s hero, so wear it effortlessly, other elements of your outfit need to be on the casual zone. Dress it down and play it cool – paired with a tee and denim jacket this skirt certainly gets a more street and fun feel.
Silhouette and length – avoid voluminous styles which would require not only space but certain skills to drive yourself gracefully. In addition, avoid too short or too long models- the first ones will scream ballerina custom and the second ones will indeed look over the top.
If you’re wondering where I found this beautiful tulle skirt, it is from New York based label Allison, – I loved it’s tiered style, length and colors which make it easy to combine with other pieces, -and since it’s been a while since I posted an outfit post, this skirt was worthy of a moment on this blog, don’t you think?
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