Ways To Wear Tulle Skirts With Style

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You may have seen the tulle trend around twitter, Pinterest and Instagram and many blog posts. Wearing a tulle makes a woman feel like a glamorous modern princess. There are a few ways to wear tulle skirts with style. The most popular way is to dress it up with a dressy top and cute heels. Now-a-days many women have an edgier style and have been brave enough to dress it down with a simple tee or crop top and a pair of flats, sneakers or boots.


Ways To Wear Tulle Skirts With Style…

Tulle comes in different lengths. Most popular style are the knee, midi and floor lengths. You can find these stunning skirts in many online boutiques. The one I am wearing in this post comes from the Shabby Apple store. This amazing  boutique has an awesome selection of high quality vintage inspired style clothing and they cater to modern women. Right now they are running a promotion of 10% off your first purchase if you sign up for their emails or follow them on Instagram.



Ways To Wear Tulle Skirts With Style, My Review:

I am wearing the floor length elegant Wooster tulle skirt in gray-silver. In the first, two pictures, I dressed it with a sweater and heels. The other pictures I wore a tee with combat boots. I love this skirt because I will be able to wear it with different outfits, its’ fine fabric, and extra support. You basically are able to tie it twice! The skirt I am wearing is available in sizes 2-12. If you would like to purchase one and are unsure about your size, simple look at their “fit guide,” which is located in their website.

Tulle, Shabby Apple


Tulle, Shabby Apple


Tulle, Shabby Apple


Tulle Skirt, Shabby Apple


Tulle Skirt, Shabby Apple


Tulle, Shabby Apple, Wear Tulle Skirts






54 thoughts on “Ways To Wear Tulle Skirts With Style

  1. I love tulle skirts too Glenda! Very cool styling! My favourite is the second one with the slogan tank! So effortlessly cool and glamorous!
    I wish you an amazing week! 😉

  2. I love this post for two reasons…tulle skirts has been one trend I wanted to try but am so worried of looking silly. I mean come on, I’m 36…maybe it’s a little too old to be wearing this? But the main reason why I love this post is you show yourself here. I hope to see more pictures of you, Glenda. You’re a gorgeous woman and I love seeing your fashion. xx

  3. I love both looks, but my favorite is #2, that one is stunning! So dainty yet edgy at the same time. You look gorgeous, girl.

  4. I am so loving this trend! I love anything that makes me feel like a princess! You really look amazing in this skirt Glenda, I really like the way you have styled it with a tank top and silver belt…I would so rock this look!

    Keisha xo

  5. You have great style 😀 I really love the style of the tulle skirt compare to other ones I’ve seen around.

  6. I LOVE tulle skirts; they’re so adorable, so fun yet so chic! Dressing it down is probably what I would go for, and LOVE your belt!

  7. love your style! I once bought a tuelle skirt and I came from from college and my mum had sent it off in the bins.. was not happy haha, admittedly I didn’t wear it as well as you did haha


  8. Glenda you look absolutely stunning darling. I love the 2 ways you styled the princess skirt. I’ve styled it with crop tops and heel and loved the heck out of it. I love the length of yours. Very princessy and dainty.

  9. You look beautiful. What a cool outfit. Girly; yet edgy. I am starting to think tulle skirts are more versatile than I realized. I must get one soon. Wonderful post.

  10. I think appreciated content about fashion outfits, I love all these outfits suggestions. I put an effort in when I need to stop by the school.

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