Tulle Ballet

This traditionally ballet look has definitely re-emerged in the world of fashion as a popular spring trend. I am loving this pink midi skirt from Express that definitely emphasizes a ballerina look and kind of makes me feel like one!

A brief history on tulle as a fabric:

The word tulle comes from the town in central France where the fabric was originally created (Tulle). The pattern within the netting is that of a honeycomb. The netted fabric has become common in wedding veils and gowns after Queen Victoria wore a tulle wedding gown in the mid 1800’s. It is very light-weight and fluffy which is why is started out mostly under actual skirts and dresses. It also has an effect on the wearer that is brought out in the world of ballet.

More information

Skirt Express, Bodysuit Express, Shoes similar also these

Other beautiful tulle pieces: Jenny YooNeedle & ThreadMother of PearlTopshop

 

Erin

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