Many of us have prematurely decided that this is a trend we’ll be sitting out. The stakes are high, but I say forge ahead! It can be done, and done well. Channel the fashion spirit of Carrie Bradshaw. We all remember her famous tiered-tulle skirt in the opening sequence of SATC. She is a classic example of the tulle skirt worn perfectly simple, coupled with a neutral top and strappy sandals. She wore no accessories.
|Carrie Bradshaw in the opening credits of "Sex and the City." Image: thefashionmagpie.com|
Dress the tulle up based on your own personal style. Are you going for demure? Bad-ass? Menswear? Keep in mind that you can also settle on a ruffled or layered lace skirt for similar volume without the actual tulle.
Take a look below some of my ideas on dressing the tulle skirt, featuring our new pink tulle skirt by BB Dakota!
|Pink tulle skirt by BB Dakota at Lori's Shoes|
|Look 1: Flesh-toned Tulle|
Simple. neutral. understated. A perfect outfit to accessorize. Perhaps a big ring or single charm necklace?
Love this McQueen clutch.
|Look 2: Tulle Blackout!|
This one is my absolute FAVE! I would wear this in a heartbeat. Black is my thing.
In this look the pink tulle provides a nice juxtaposition ... just so chic. What's not to love about this look??
|Look 3: Hard-edged Tulle|
Rock out! The addition of the JC boot is a nice alternative to black—it keeps the look light.
Obsessed with this skeleton cuff.
—Ashley Lacey, Armitage staff and creator of Stiletto Chic